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We're All A Little Lost Sometimes

“Judgment is not the problem. It’s what you do next that matters.” ~~ ShaRon Rea

Today I had a pretty deep spiritual conversation with my dear friend and fellow seeker, ShaRon Rea, and we did it out loud for anyone who wanted to hear it and contribute to the discussion. It was not the first time that I sat with ShaRon to go to that place where we try to gain more understanding about spiritual matters and help each other evolve out loud. We all need to do that. I think it is important to find that person or persons in your life who will not judge when you say “I’m a little lost right now.” The singer Nightbirde wrote a touching song about her cancer journey where she said that it’s okay to be lost and “we’re all a little lost sometimes.” Living here on the earth is not easy. We have four bodies all wrapped up and intertwined with each other – physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. Just trying to keep up with one of them is a challenge but the thing is that everything affects everything else. We cannot just focus on the physical, although many try to do just that. There has to be a balance or something is going to start screaming very loudly. We all judge and when we are neglecting any of these aspects of ourselves and it starts yelling at us, then we go to that place of judgment. As ShaRon says, that judgment is not the problem. What do you do once you figure out that you are judging? At the very core of that judgment lies our beliefs, our lessons, our teachings and our observations about life. What makes something “wrong” for us and is it just wrong for us or for others as well? If I don’t know something is wrong, is it wrong and who determines that it is wrong? These are the things that can keep one up at night trying to get a grasp on life!

Dear Angels, sometimes we find ourselves going back into the cocoon state and letting everything get all mushed up and torn apart so we can allow it to come back together again and we can emerge with perhaps a different perspective. When we are in these contemplative states, how important is it to listen and not become so frustrated that we give up?

Dear Ones, feeling a little or a lot lost is actually a good thing because it means that you are seeking and not being complacent in your life journey. So often we observe and hear the questioning only to see many of you feel as though you shouldn’t be asking the questions. You start to feel guilty for looking for answers or perhaps you do not know how to phrase the question. We encourage you, Dear Ones, to ask, to seek, to explore deeper and wider. It is in those moments of saying that you are a little lost that you can open up to being taught. You have heard it said that when the student is ready the master will appear. You may also remember the promise “ask and it will be given unto you, seek and you shall find.” Help each other. Use the example of the philosophers from the early days who sat in deep conversation for their own clarification but also to help humanity. You are providing a service by sharing of your questions and discussions. You never know who may be listening that will take that discussion and use it to birth something new and wonderful forth into the world as a result. You may think that the purpose of your discussion was to help you with the topic chosen but Dear Ones, you are just tapping into the surface of an immense well of knowledge and this was just the first layer you dug into. Do not be anxious about what will be uncovered. There is so much more to come. We are excited for you and what this means for so many. Be open and willing to carry on in your exploration.

Dear Angels, thank you. I love you. Namaste y’all.

Today, I promise to dig a little deeper and open my eyes and my mind to what will be excavated.

Teri Angel is a Happiness Coach, energy healer, best-selling author, spiritual teacher and mentor, and a motivational speaker. Teri is the Peace Campaign Coordinator for We, The World and the founder of a nonprofit organization, Angelspeakers Inc., which offers educational workshops and events centered around environmental awareness to include animals and nature, peace advocacy opportunities and ancient wisdom teachings. Teri’s movement “Peas For Peace” involves strengthening our awareness of the oneness of all, unifying mankind through compassion, peace, love and joy. She was named "She Who Blesses the Sacred Land" during the Peace On Earth Tour and embraces that title with loving grace.

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