Guest Author - Elleise
Everyone experiences abilities such as clairvoyance at one time or another. Though initially our instinct may be to brush these experiences off as coincidence, with continuing encounters they can become difficult to ignore. Without an exact science to support these experiences or role in society it can be frustrating for those who have these experiences frequently to find an appropriate place for them in their lives. By first acknowledging these abilities as a skill or trade in our own lives we will eventually come to see this portion of our human experience surface appropriately in society in the world we live today.
When we are young, there is an innocence in what we experience in life. There are few boundaries tied to our egos and little is known as to what may or may not be socially acceptable. We simply react and embrace naturally all experience fully. This is precisely why children can offer inspiration and fresh perspectives in an otherwise stale environment.
As we become older, many tasks begin to take precedence over our previous experiences and we begin to follow our peers. As we develop relationships and physical experiences what had been derived purely and naturally from our youth becomes a distant memory as we find our way socially and materially as young adults preparing for an established life of our own.
This, in part, explains why abilities, when they do surface, can appear in cycles ranging from having to do with weather and emotions to a rekindling of presence over time in years as we become ready for the reunion. Complications can arise, however, when the resurface transpires at emotionally trying times for a few reasons.
When we are emotionally strained, external worries are usually the first to go. What begins to take on a more meaningful role now becomes more emotional and spiritual in nature. Should we encounter abilities during this period it can be difficult in that the replacement of external worries for surprise manifestations can feel initially frightening or even embarrassing in an already vulnerable state.
Over time as we become more familiar with our abilities, a specialty area can surface much like for instance an innate talent of an instrument played in a band. Once recognition becomes established more and more “coincidental” scenarios may begin to take notice.
With what we do experience containing relevant lessons within the experience itself we can appreciate all things being in order. However when we progress out of “whole” life encounters, utilizing our being in its entirety we then enable a more assertive and fluent process of the human experience allowing greater balance, self awareness and genuine placement in the quality of our roles in our life and the effects of having done so in the world we live today.
Blessings and peace this holiday season!