We always recommend that folks adopt as many different Perspectives as they possibly can, in order to see the World through many different Eyes. This is very difficult for the mind, which thinks in Either/Ors, and often difficult for the Emotions, which thrive on Validation. But it is the True Nature of the Heart, because the Heart is much more multi-dimensional than either the mind or the Emotions.
Also, by far the greatest driver of our Lives is the Unconscious, and in the Unconscious, as in Nature, there are no Contradictions, only apparent Paradoxes. Getting the mind accustomed to Paradox facilitates its Acceptance of the Unconscious and its Cooperation with Nature. If we Want Ease and Grace in our Life, there’s no better path toward it than Befriending the Unconscious and Nature.
Paradox is the nature of the Yin Gate like the one we’re in this month, where we’re Witnessing the Paradoxical Relationship between Unconscious Fear and Self-Love. When Fear inhabits the Unconscious and we don’t know it, then we Create what we Fear. Fear is the Absence of Love. We need to pursue Fear with the Vigor that we pursue our Soulmate, or Money, so we can make Embracing Fear the hallmark of our Life. Then we can Create Love, and Create from Love.
Fear is a Trickster and a Master of Disguise. As you pursue your Fears, the Theta Healing technique, https://astrobuss.wordpress.com/category/manifestation/piava/theta/ , is Powerful, because it can show us what we’ve overlooked in our PIAVAs and what Disguises remain for us to Embrace.
The Universe itself is inherently Unknowable, because the mind can’t grasp Infinity in any meaningful way, and the Universe – or at least, the Multiverse, is Limitless. So the more we get stuck on one Perspective, the less we See of the Universe and the greater the Limitations on what we can Create. Courting multiple Perspectives loosens up the mind’s grasping at Certainty and the Emotions’ desperation for Validation.
Daniel Scranton and the Arcturian Council offer this suggestion, which I completely agree with…
“In your quest for enlightenment, you often seek out a teaching, a guide, a guru, someone who can help you along your way. This is helpful for you, but you can also be limited by the teachings of the guru or the guide that you are following. You can find yourself restricted to only accepting that which fits into the beliefs that you are adhering to.
“We include ourselves in the guides that we are talking to you about. We don’t want to limit you in any way, and so we don’t want people to only listen to us, especially if that means they are not listening to themselves. What we would much rather see each of you do is take something from what the teachers and the guides and the gurus offer, but we also would like to see you make those teachings your own.
“We would like to see more of you creating your own form of spirituality. We invite you to develop your own worldview and to take a little bit from what each of us offers, and then apply those teachings. Use those teachings. See what works for you and what does not. Feel into what resonates with you and let go of the rest.”
He goes on, at…
And I recommend the rest.