Who is really in control of your life? Until you understand the answer to this question, you will not be able to go past a certain point on your spiritual growth. Control is actually a conditioned belief, a belief that humanity holds that authoritative figures must be the ones to dictate laws, moral code and behaviors of another. But, when this is taking place, then a soul is not truly the master of their own life. When you make a decision to do something, what is that decision based on? Does it come from a place of conformity, a place of moral judgment, or does it come from a place of absolute knowing from within you? As children, many souls are taught that to be an adult is to be in control, and yet when many of these same souls reach adulthood, they are not wanting to take control of their own lives, because they have become so accustomed to others making decisions for them. The more that one can understand the root energy behind their own decision-making process, the more they can release the fears having to do with control. Some take this idea of control to a place
When it comes time for someone to pass on, it is important to remember how that soul touched humanity. As long as a soul brought happiness and Love to just one other individual, then their life has been worth living. So often humanity waits for a soul to pass to celebrate that soul’s life, however this should be a daily occurrence. It is truly sad that so much of humanity does not express their joy and hope each day to those that they love. Look at your own life; do you appreciate others for how they bring joy and happiness to your life. Or do you focus on the negative side of things, filling your mind with worry about the things that you do not have or how you feel no one appreciates you. Know that those in Spirit Love YOU and appreciate YOU for all that you do on this tough journey on the Earth plane. Use that energy and start to focus each day on the things that make you happy, soon you will find that this Love is all around you. The recent passing’s of Ed McMahon, Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett have brought to the forefront
Each of us have soul wounds that we came here to heal. These are our most difficult and painful inner issues. We have the choice to see our soul wounds as a curse or as a challenging opportunity for transformation.