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How do you discern your lessons?

You may have heard your lessons are supposedly within reach whenever you want them. You may also wonder how many exist and where. The prospect of unknowns may confuse you.

Part of you echoes it is not as if a knowledgeable individual is knocking on your door right now, or is he? Could help be much closer than you think? What if your life is meaningful as it is?

1) Open the senses. Your feelings and emotions reveal all you need.  Sensations are self-evident.  Trust the unseen.  Recall how to feel.  Even subtle feelings always offer direction.

2) Shift vantage points.  Whether you wear glasses, contacts or no visible frames, mindsets cloud your vision.  Learn to decondition your mind. Move to positions of greater clarity.  As you perceive every event a an opportunity to stretch and expand, you take charge and begin to master your true self.

3) Recognize wisdom is camoflaged.  Any negative feeling  or tension that echoes frustration, resistance, anger or doubt, distracts you from wisdom.  You hide from what you need.  Risking disappointment and anger are nothing in relation to the implications of what you overlook in the process.

4) Other people are also teachers.  People you know and strangers will encounter difficulties.  How do you feel and react in their presence? Do you impulsively help or seek to assist? Feel indifferent and walk by? Notice the feelings you generate as you contemplate your options. What are you ready to learn?

5) Understand choices exist.  More than one lesson is available to you wherever you are. If you sense you have had a similar experience already, even deja-vus offer gifts in disguise.  Each experience is a step closer to realizing your authentic self or a step away. You gain from every decision.

6) Have faith.  Your priorities are efforts to honor your true passions. Whether you are honest with yourself or not, you evolve to notice feelings, expectations and messages.  Decisions in your mind are not always aligned with feelings in your gut.  Believe you will get there.  You learn along the way.

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Probably each of these could be spelled out in practical- detail oriented chapters.

For instance, are most of us aware of what we are sensing at any particular moment (#1)? We have a tendency to go numb and only allow that which is large, dramatic, and vivid into our awareness, missing much truth that exists in the subtle and small.

#6: How often do we fail to recognize our intentions - so often formed from our passions - that drive our actions, and you might even say our live?

A regular practice of asking What are my intentions now? helps me to understand who I am and to link my actions to my SELF. Thought-provoking post, thanks!
January 29, 2009 | Unregistered Commenterlaughingyogini
Fantastic! Yes, each item is capable of being elaborated on. Where do you get the inspiration to find and write about these matters?
January 29, 2009 | Unregistered Commenterrummuser
Each of your posts offers me a new way of looking at things. A great blog.
January 29, 2009 | Unregistered Commenterleafless
My favorite is "Shift vantage points".
I think one of my abilities is looking at any situation from different points of view. When I am with the customer my main goal is winning the customer's heart. How i do it? I try to listed to her pains and see things from her point of view. It usually helps so i can offer the service that provides value to the customer
All of these make wonderful sense to me.
Today, I shall think about "shifting vantage points" as I endeavor to find fodder for another humorous tune.
January 29, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJannie Funster
Hi Liara,

I like shifting vantage points best too, because once I do that, the rest almost automatically follow. Great advice.
January 29, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterDaphne
laughing yogini, you make an inspiring point about the book. Every idea can be expanded and personalized as part of a growth and healing process. Your regular self-questioning sets a wonderful example for people who may not yet feel confident about their own.

rummmuser, life experience continues to teach me many lessons that I choose to reframe and share. My inspiration comes from dreams, dream analysis and a variety of wise teachers. Glad you find the ideas I present as useful.

leafless, the world is your oyster. As you choose to open yoru senses, you evolve and grow in unexpected ways.

Alik, sounds like you sense a range of advantages related to expanding your perspective. People may underestimate the benefits of opening their hearts, minds and spirits. As you say, it is useful in different areas of your own life to explore the possibilities. Lessons are always available.

Jannie, to learn to infuse humour in life is a definite strength. You kindly remind fellow readers you can always build on what you think you already know and grow.

Daphne, human beings are frequently shifting vantage points. It is the changes in conscious awareness that change how you view and sense everything right now.
January 29, 2009 | Registered CommenterLiara Covert
Hello Liara,

Your last tip is so true, learning to act when the body, mind and feelings are in allignment is our greatest barometer for truth.
January 30, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterMiruh
Miruh, a recurring message that arises in your dreams or in your waking reflections is always the result of sensing what you need. Alignment begins as a mystery. As you evolve, you gain insight into what this means. The truth is felt inside yourself. Just listen. Body, mind and spirit sing.
January 30, 2009 | Registered CommenterLiara Covert

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