“Trust Your Instincts: Being Smartly Skeptical is Reasonable”

Am I the only one who is a bit cynical or skeptical? I know sometimes I can be a bit too practical, however I have found it to be worthwhile. I don’t end up doing stupid things or get taken down the rabbit hole.  The reason I bring this up is I am reading a “channeled” book. Overall I like what the author is saying, however, and there’s the big word “however,” there are ideas which don’t ring true for me.  I think that’s the key – actually with everything – if they ring true or not with yourself. For the author it’s magic, for me, not so much.

I believe one hundred percent, everyone is entitled to believe exactly what feels right for them; period. If a ‘right of right’ Christian feels he is hundred percent right – he is; for him. It is also true for a Muslim, an atheist, an activist, a Hari Krishna etc. If it works for them – it does. I am not in any position to say otherwise. Again back to the ‘key’ concept: if the philosophy, pattern, ideas, and/or perspective fit well into your belief patterns, it works and is true for you, at least for the moment, listen to that resonance.

Hopefully throughout your life, your beliefs continually evolve and shift. I remember I used to have difficulty really understanding how we  move off the reincarnational rotation, but have discovered in my perceptions, how this is possible. I have also come to believe we are more ‘group’ consciousness compared to ‘individual’ consciousness on the other side, which is exceptionally difficult to perceive and legitimately understand yet alone accept as an very independent individual, yet I perceive it to be more true than we can see from our limited vision. But, this rings right in there with the big ‘however‘, if that doesn’t feel right for you – it isn’t.

This all started when I read this idea,”What are prayers for the dead, but the offering of energy to them that will allow them to ‘move’higher – they themselves being relatively helpless to change what they are, once they leave a body.” (Frank DeMarco) Okay, I admit this, but this doesn’t ring true for me. I’m sailing far too often in the other realms and this is NOT what it looks or feels like to me. Now I can be flat dead wrong on my perceptions as to what really IS, however, my concept of universal truths from a larger viewpoint is about expansion not stagnation. This statement to me, removes that possibility.

I had a client tell me she had gone to see a psychic (you will understand why I use the word intuitive now (wink/wink) who had told her she needed to light black candles on a regular basis to ward off the evil entities lurking and wanting to steal her energy. The only one who could really help her, and for a lot of money I might add, was this particular psychic who could come eradicate them from her vicinity. Okay, okay, I believe we have some ‘not-so-happy’ energies out there, we have negative attachments, entities, and implants, I get it, however, I don’t believe in lighting black candles (unless you want a sultry sexual encounter with your partner 😉 ) and I don’t believe I am or she is the only one to do this for this woman. My client has to decide for herself what works best for her; again it’s belief and perception. Being smartly skeptical gives you the ability to maneuver through the tough terrain, dodge unnecessary obstacles, avoid unhealthy behaviors, attitudes and scams, and come out the victor.

There are many paths to the top of the mountain……….

More than anything my intention is to remind you to f0llow your heart, trust  your instincts and listen to what is internally and eternally right for you. Period. When someone offers you information, even if it is ‘channeled’ or spiritually offered, listen to your inner voice to see if it really is truth for you. Remember, they are seeing it through their filters, their lens.

I believe in the Milky Way spanning 120,000 light years. I believe we live in an unfathomable universe with infinite amount of probabilities and levels of existence. I believe we as humans are finally being able to glimpse, and I did say, glimpse, a piece of the greater reality we’ve been unable to imagine. And I do believe we’re going to sail right through December 21st this year like a seasoned traveler.

And may your ‘May Challenge’ be going well, your health improving and your relationships expanding.

Cosmic sunshine to you.

Photo by Ben Canales

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About Candia Sanders

I love life! I love the abundance, beauty, magnificence, color, emotions, prolific sensuous joys, relationships, animals, nature, spiritual "magic"- the Aliveness - of which humanness reveals. Combine that with sharp, keen intuitive insight and it's a recipe for fun in the fast lane. Intuitive since young, combined with a natural ability to heal has created an arena where possibilities are open and opportunities abound. International Intuitive and Energetic Healer, Medical Intuitive, Psychic
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