We are now solidly into the changes that have and will continue to rock our world. One of those changes is that we, as a species, are very quickly being transformed into highly telepathic and intuitive beings. I am told this is a rapid and irreversible occurrence. And, if we thought we were intuitive before, well, we “ain’t seen nothing yet.”
Those of us in the metaphysical community should be jumping up and down with delight about this. It is, after all, what we have talked about, written about and taught workshops about for years. But I, at least, am also realizing that this amping up is causing all sorts of dilemmas along with its gifts.
Like all change, it will take some time to adjust. An example in my life is that, while I get very clear and immediate messages, I don’t necessarily get detailed explanations along with them. My guides seem to believe that telling me something is enough. They don’t usually feel a need to explain why. Sometimes it feels like I am a little kid and my mom is saying, “Just do what I say and don’t question it.”
Here is an example. Some time ago, I had agreed to speak at an event held quite some distance away. I had made this commitment months before, but as the event approached I was told, in ever-increasing volume, not to go to the event. The day before it was scheduled, I was almost sick with anxiety. Do I break my word and disappoint the organizers and attendees? Or, do I disregard what is truly a strong and clear message of advice. I would have, perhaps, felt better if I would have heard, “if you go you will get in an accident. Or, even, “if you go it will not go well.” But, intuition usually doesn’t speak that way, at least for me. I just heard, “don’t go.” Then, it was up to me to decide what to do about it.
So, there I was, being asked to speak on the topic of intuition and being a teacher who tells her students to follow their intuition. Yet, I was tearing myself up inside because I just couldn’t do that and let people down.
Still, in the end, I decided to cancel my participation. The organizers weren’t happy, I felt horribly guilty, and I never received a bit of further “feedback” from my guides as to why I should not have gone.
Would I do the same thing again? Well, yes, I certainly hope so. I will never know if I would have died in a car accident, said something to someone they shouldn’t hear, or gotten ill. That is the thing with intuition. We don’t always get the stories that add explanation to our gut feelings, intuitive knowings or telepathic rumblings.
As a society, we will need to write a new rule book for life as telepaths. Maybe one of the rules will be: “If anyone gets an intuitive message, we all agree to support them on it without knowing why.”
Another rule might be, “We accept that some people will act in unusual ways and we won’t ask them to explain.”
Or even, “We understand that everyone knows what we are thinking and feeling at some level, so we will try not to get too upset or angry when in public.”
I don’t know what the new “rules” will be. All I know is that for us to get through these times, we are all going to need large doses of compassion and understanding.