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Visionaries talk about Ambition – Transcript
We had a tremendous session on October 22nd.
This is the transcript of the Visionaries section. We started off with a bang and built from there!
Watch the entire session on demand!
October 22, 2014
Eloheim and The Council meeting 10-22-2014
That’s not a word we talk about very often, is it? Ambition. Ambition! Ambition. When you don’t have to fight through your previous problems all the time, when you’re not constantly waking up in the stance of, “I’ve got issues of various natures,” you can have ambition. You can have dreams, you can have new focuses, and you can have ideas about what more you want in your life.
Now, ambition is one of those words that kind of leaves a bad taste in peoples’ mouths because typically it’s defined as: you step on somebody else to get to where you want to go. That’s not the kind of ambition we’re talking about. The kind of ambition we are talking about is: you want to be bigger. You want to do the thing you came here to do. You want to answer that call within yourself to make a difference. To be all that you can be. That’s ambition.
The thing about ambition is – when it’s not twisted to look like just a weird way of running the survival instinct – it offers you surface area for expression. Continue Reading…
Dorothy has been following the Eloheim teachings for years and has just launched her new website!
“Dreams are the voice of your soul. What message are you being shown when you dream? Find out what your dreams mean by visiting my site and booking a session. Looking for a unusual gift this holiday season? You can give an Interpretation as a gift to a loved one!” Dorothy Gail, Dream Catcher Interpretations
I had some questions for Dorothy! Do you have some? Post them in the comments!
What drew you to dream analysis?
I have always been a prolific dreamer. One of the first spiritual sites I found had a dream analysis board so I posted one of mine. The lady who opened and ran the group was very psychic and I learned a lot from her about my gifts and abilities and this was one area that just immediately clicked with me. Her interpretations and generosity about answering questions opened my eyes even further as to how much more to life there is than what is in front of our physical eyes. After just a few dream interpretations, I would tell the dream and my interpretation and she would laugh and tell me I didn´t need her, that I understood them.
That and the fact that I had been studying tarot and symbols made all the difference to me in how I viewed my dreams. Symbols and animal totems and dream analysis all fascinated me. Instead of being freaked out about my dreams, they became interesting and changed how I viewed what was going on in my waking life.
What can dreams tell us about our waking life? Continue Reading…
Guest Post: Christian writes of Neutral Observation of Emotions
It’s always a pleasure when Christian from Austria shares his thoughts!
A lot of things are going through my mind in these challenging days, and yet every time I sat down to put them into words, it petered out pretty quickly. What was so clear to me a moment ago was gone the next moment. Maybe it wasn’t meant for being put into words, who knows. On one side I didn’t feel regret about it, since it was meant for me in the first place, and nothing was lost, since the message was received, as I like to imagine. On the other side I love to share, as rarely as I manage to do it nowadays.
What inspired me to actually do it and give my thoughts and experiences a form I can pass on physically was a Facebook post about experiencing emotions neutrally, whatever they are. There are actually a lot of experiences these days I can assign to this issue.
A lot of it has to do with alternate expressions (past/future lifetimes), which have caused a lot of challenges of mine over the last years. They started to come through powerfully in the notorious year of 2012 for me (how cliché), and there was a time when I experienced depression-like symptoms through them that ‘drove’ me near-suicidal (yes, I felt like a victim of them back then).
Thankfully this has changed for the ‘better’ in the meantime, and Veronica’s and Eloheim’s work played a huge role in it for me. That being said, they didn’t go away- quite the opposite. What changed was how I processed them, and I can’t even begin to describe how important the tools offered by E are in it for me.
The thing is they get stronger and stronger, by the day it seems to me sometimes. In a way they increased at the same rate I learned to deal with them- perfect equilibrium, no place for victimhood in me anymore, which is great. Which is also ‘great’ is the personal challenge for me, and sometimes I’m baffled I still manage to function in the society I find myself in. Continue Reading…
Life with Eloheim: Outcome and Planning, What’s the difference? 2014-15
Just one of our beautiful Wisdom of Eloheim cards! Set of 36 cards!
Someone asked me about the difference between focusing on outcome and planning.
I had a chat with Eloheim about it as I was driving to the post office and here’s the short version.
Planning is focusing on the step you are on, setting a trajectory, and opening to the possibilities that open as you go.
Outcome is focusing on a specific “down the road” step. A specific person, job, house, etc and trying to pull that to you.
Here are some highlights from a Facebook conversation on the topic.
Veronica: I think we tend to be in outcome when there is “a lot on the line” and we are desperate to control the situation. That’s the precise moment when we need the flexibility of uncertainty to bring in new insights and we tend to contract and fall back on old patterns.
Those patterns haven’t given us solutions in the past, however they are familiar and “any port in a storm” seems to rule.
Takes discipline to do it differently.
Very easy to slip into old patterns and then beat up on yourself that “nothing works.”
Veronica: Outcome/Certainty = constriction
Feels “normal” thus returned to: familiar suffering of fake certainty
In the moment/Uncertainty = flexibility
Feels “unusual” thus avoided: interpreted as danger mostly because you can’t “prove/reproduce/control” results and hesitate to lean into something that doesn’t offer (fake) certainty.
Kate: Since E’s explanation, I realize I can feel the difference between the two in my body. Planning feels “here and now” and my energy feels solidly in the body but with outcome my energy feels “somewhere else” waaaay out of my body. Interesting!
Veronica: Here’s a fun example from me: I sent some decks of cards to Kate. When I put them in the box, the label wrapped around the box in a weird way and the Post Office man frowned at me. because he had to type the numbers in rather than scan them.
I offered to re apply the label, twice, but he said no it’s ok.
I just messaged Kate asking if the cards had arrived and found myself saying PLEASE SAY YES over and over again. LOL
As if, it is some life threatening thing and not about $30 worth of stuff.
OUTCOME. How do I know that the cards arriving is the “good” outcome? I don’t. I put myself under stress wanting that outcome. I suffered at my own hand.
What are your experiences with planning and outcome?