What is your true self?
It is the you that exists at your highest excitement. It is the you that follows your passions at the height of your awareness. Your truest self is as aware as you can possibly be; you see what needs to be done in your immediate environment, in your life, relationships, everything and you do it to the best of your ability.
Becoming the most of ourselves is a life long process of learning, growing, understanding and flowing. The mistakes we make show us the solutions we can create. When we grow from the lessons we learn, we shift closer to our most real selves.
1. You are conscious of your actions.
Actions speak louder than words, and the actions we take define what we want.
When we take into consideration everyone’s needs, our actions shift into what benefits everyone. Simple actions like making food for everyone, not just yourself when you’re hungry, is thinking consciously.
It’s knowing when to leave someone be, when to listen instead of speak and when to wait instead of acting.
When this is practiced more and more you become more sensitive to how people are feeling and what they need. Reading the energy of the moment is crucial in knowing what actions to take. See how people respond to what you say, see how your actions effect them and navigate the best way to interact with them. As your consciousness increases, so does your sensitivity to everything.
2. Your sensitivity heightens.
When we truly see and feel how everything is intimately connected – we become very sensitive both mentally and emotionally. When we feel how deeply we effect each other, then we become careful in our interactions. The things you say will always be interpreted and filtered through the mind of the listener.
Being as clear, direct and transparent as possible helps immensely with sensitivity. Everything is out in the open, there are no lingering vibes or awkward feelings when everyone understands one another.
When you are in sync with your friends, or in our case, a group of passionate people who formed a family, you can tap into how one another feel without even asking.
This can relate to the chakras and the physical points on our body. If you’re feeling a tension in your sacral that seemingly came out of no where, ask yourself if this feeling is stemming from you. If you feel it’s an external force, communicate with your partner to see if their emotional energy is bleeding over onto you. I
f your solar plexus is tense in moments of communication, it can be a feeling of powerlessness. Only you can navigate your emotional system, so listen to your body and see where you’re being pushed and pulled to energetically.
3. You are transparent.
When you are doing your best at all times, trying your hardest with a clear vision of what you need to do; then you have nothing to hide. There’s no need to be sneaky, hide your feelings or placate everyone when you are living transparently.
Your actions are clear, and when they line up with what you say, then you act as a trustworthy, conscious leader that people can rely on.
When you are engaging in communication and you are being as open, vulnerable and real as possible, then you are acting as your true self.
There is no need to worry about what people will think about you or if you’ll upset them when you are speaking from a space of love. That means knowing how everyone feels and knowing what the best thing to say is – and the best thing to say is always a truth.
Source: The Spirit Science
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