In the jungle. If a fly woman got something to tell you. You better listen and enjoy the sight.
Chi-town own Stacy Patrice your everything woman-www.myspace.com/stacypatrice
We are all superior beings in our potential but the numbers that take this potential into practice is less. We possess undeniable intelligence to build upon at our disposal. We can recall one seemingly unconscious moment when we did something 'automatically' intelligent. Intelligence in all things is effortless yet somehow people will never get it, others will get it late, and an even smaller number will get it consistently as they go along. But what is interesting no matter what group you belong to, is how you process information and what you are telling yourself. Some of us are not telling us the truth about us. Wow. How you deal with the knowledge that life hands you?
What has arrived in front of my eyes at this juncture is the lesson of discernment. We know discernment on a high level can be so stringent as to isolate and on a low level can be so passive as to confuse. Here are some practices in discernment that I think we can all actively benefit from if we haven't yet identified them.
*compromise versus sacrifice
*your opinion versus the understanding of others
*the 'sure thing' versus the gamble and the consequences of each
*what appears to be available versus the faith you have in the unseen that you desire
*intuition versus "expert" advice on the common experience
*regret versus empowerment
*your beliefs versus "the truth"
*the tip of the iceberg versus all the mass beneath it
*action from intent
*logical choices from emotional ones
*to intuit versus being told
There are differences in quality, quantity and preference in every aspect of our lives but how do we make choices? Who or what is our blueprint? Sometimes we create a comfortable situation to avoid the lesson and ignore it each time it pops up not realizing it gains strength from our ignorance. What senses are we using when we are breaking down the information that is present to us to make a choice? Or do we ignore our intelligence and always roll the dice?
In relationships and in business it is likely we have gone with what we thought was our gut and made a decision based on a future that was never promised and ultimately never realized—we were making an emotional decision based on security. What I have seen the most often is how we will "spin" a situation to ourselves and others to justify the craziness of its sum circumstances. The reality is, we are fully equipped to be able to distinguish what is real and what is not but what we choose is what we've decided to deal with. All the lessons, energy and jewels come with the choice! It is evidenced that predators know their prey before they strike. So its important to use our armour efficiently and effectively.
Practicing discernment sharpens your ability for the next choice you make which you may or may not see coming. People aren't necessarily getting dumber; youre getting wiser and vibrating differently which after awhile deters those situations from crossing your path. Discernment is the tool that makes life easier and brings those things you wish to manifest much quicker. The language is so crystal clear when standing in discernment that you communicate what you believe and what you desire. All options are not created equal but know on all levels that you choose.. ..this is the knowing beyond knowing. Confirmations come in many forms when you acknowledge them. you are the only authority on you whether you have realized that or not. So know THAT as the power from which all other levels of discernment come from. It begins and ends with you. Others play their part but in your world you ARE the game.
Pay attention. Be conscious. Choose wisely, for you. The rewards are yours to keep