The festive season is upon us and as usual, with this comes the chaos of organising where you will be spending Christmas, who will be invited, who’s cooking what, so on and so forth. In actual fact, the festive season does not have to be this chaotic, especially if you apply the five concepts that I am about to reveal.
Concept number one is about Cognising who you are in a new energy, and resonates with the vibrational energy of new beginnings, creation, independence, uniqueness, assertiveness, and happiness, amongst many other attributes. You are the creator of your own world, so whatever you put out to the universe is exactly what you are going to get in return. As we move into a new vibrational energy cognise the experience and become comfortable with being your true self.
People often get stressed about Christmas and end up loosing their peace and happiness because they are trying too hard to please other people, or are worrying too much about what other people are going to think of them. If you are to experience true happiness throughout the festive season, it is essential that you stand your own ground and be your true self. This will provide other people the opportunity to appreciate your uniqueness.
But remember that if you are putting out stressful energy, you will no doubt get involved in stressful situations.
Concept number two resonates with the energy of duality, and harmony. It is a symbolism of union and peace between different entities. It also seeks to end separateness and unite all for the greater good. The main focus of the number two is Allowance of Change. As human beings we are very stubborn, when it comes to getting used to change. Especially when things are perhaps not changing in the direction we had planned. I encourage you to embrace change in your life and to understand that to allow change is to mature. One affirmation that I use when I find myself fearful of changes in my life is, “I allow growth. I allow consciousness change in me that may change my life in ways I never, ever thought.” Allow yourself to accept the changes in your life without fear.
Concept number three is about and Compassionate Action. Three is a triad, and contains the beginning, middle, and ending. Amongst other things, it also resonates with speech, communication, sociability, kindness, and friendliness. To enjoy a peaceful life and festive season, everything you do from now on should be from a standpoint of compassion. Imagine you’re driving home for Christmas and somebody on the road cuts you off. They sound their horn at you and they act like an idiot and yell something unpleasant at you. How would you feel or react? Is it possible to take that scenario to a compassionate level? The answer is yes. First of all, don’t let it affect you. Is there some universal law that says you must now be angry in return? Let the buttons of anger and frustration be disconnected to the point that there is no reaction at all. Instead, choose to think of it as, that person is just having a bad day. Slow down, and give them more space so that they’ll feel better. There’s no grudge to hold, no retort you have to make, and you don’t even have to yell back at them. Have compassionate action in everything you do. Compassionate action is all about coming from a position of strength and wisdom.
The fourth concept is Spiritual Sight. It resonates with the vibrational energy of practicality, organisation, devotion, determination, production and hard work to name a few. Begin to see the bigger picture. There is God in everything, especially when you look at other human beings, animals, nature, the trees, the dirt and even the light that comes from the sun. Practice feeling the warmth of God shining on you, even when you are going through dark moments.
Compassion is one thing, but with spiritual sight you can see the creative source in all things and other people. The one who cut you off on the road has God inside them too, just like you do. Your spiritual sight, combined with your compassionate action, says, “There goes a creature just like me, who doesn’t yet know about themselves.” You’ve got to think differently. You might even have to be more like the spiritual masters of the planet, because this is what they did.
The fifth concept is Change and it’s one of the hardest attributes, since it calls for patience. It also resonates with pure intent, influence, resourcefulness, surrender, and giving permission to the cosmos to rearrange the things around you. The Human Being wants everything now. It is inbred in us to want things immediately. We want things delivered to us quickly, and we want action to happen immediately. You’re going to have to practice relaxing with synchronicity. The things that many of us are asking for are dependent on other things happening first! So relax and exercise patience.
These other things will be things you seemingly have no control over, but the potentials are there for them to change. The key is to be patient and not get frustrated or angry. It’s a bit like having the ticket to the train and standing at the train station. You have earned and paid for the ticket. The train is coming, but you just don’t know when. It could be early, on time, or late. So if you are a patient person, you will know the train is coming, be comfortable with it, and have a nice time waiting for it. This is instead of complaining that it’s late. Spiritual patience is golden. It’s hard. Every single one of these five things is not intrinsic to any of you. You weren’t born with any of them and that is why you may consider them as difficult. But you can accomplish them.
Don’t work on them one at a time, except the first concept. Cognise who you are and what you’re doing. Understand and believe, and then the rest of them you can work on all at once. Some of you will be better at one than another, and that’s just because you’re unique and your personalities are a summary of your past-life lessons and experiences. Don’t compare notes with others, and then feel that you’re doing it wrong. There’s a tendency to get together and homogenise everything into a list, then make it so that if you don’t measure up to a generic list, you’re not doing it right. You can’t do that, not with these things, not with the individual soul that you are. Don’t compare yourself to others.
You’re not going to be 100% successful in every one of these unless you practice them. Number one was to cognise that which has changed. When you cognise something, it doesn’t happen instantly. You’re going to have to work on it. The belief has to be gradually cemented to your brain as you see evidence of it and eventually it cognises itself. You’re actually training yourself to cognise and believe. The allowance for change is you training yourself to accept things that might be different. You’re working on it all the time. A compassionate personality comes slowly, not all at once. Don’t feel you failed because you got frustrated or angry. It’s just a reminder that you are not compassionate yet. And spiritual sight comes with time.
There’ll come a time where everything you look at will be in the light of God, and you will experience a totally different perspective on life, not just throughout the festive seasons. Practice seeing beauty first instead of judgment and criticism. You will eventually treat others differently and it’s not a weakness. The biggest strength you can ever have as a Human Being is to see God in others. Outside, you see God in the trees and you know that there is a divine system and you’re part of it, and the system is part of you. Practicing being part of the system of creation will bring you overwhelming peace, joy, love, and happiness. I am always around to offer my assistance, and you can contact me via my website at www.nachintu.com
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas,
and a Happy New Year ☺
Intuitive Energy Healer & Mentor, Natural Health Enthusiast, Natural Health Researcher.