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Hope: Our Spiritual Anchor When We Are Connected to Source

by Ellie Pechet, M.Ed.,


This anchor helps keep us steady when the storms come, typically in the form of emotional or physical challenges. Hope is the natural result of our spiritual connection to Source.

We trust that no matter how difficult our circumstance may seem at times, we are not alone and we will get through it.

Society encourages us to focus on competing with each other and material things, rather than on building our spiritual connection to each other and with Source.

The more we focus on acquiring material things and being entertained outwardly, the less connected we feel within.

If we don’t consciously nurture our connection to our self, our Higher Self and with each other, we may start to feel hopeless.

A person who feels hopeless has lost any sense of hope for the possibility that things can improve and if this continues, may end up committing suicide as a result of giving up all hope that their circumstances can change.

One of the best solutions is to nurture our connection to Source. The first step is, remember that hope flows naturally for the simple reason that we are connected to Source.

Many people in our society feel lonely and isolated because they have forgotten that they are inherently connected and supported on a High level.

According to Joshua David Stone, the author of one of my very favorite books, Soul Psychology: “The negative ego causes you to feel loneliness because it has you seek your wholeness in another person rather than find your wholeness within yourself and your relationship to God. You are never lonely when you are in your spiritual attitude because you are whole within yourself and one with God.

You will also never be lonely if you are in proper relationship to your child consciousness. This proper relationship means the child within is given the most beneficial ration of firmness and love. As a result, the child feels loved and protected. Loneliness is a sign you have fallen into the underdog state of consciousness (victim) and are seeking to fill this space with another person instead of with self and God, which is what is really needed." Joshua David Stone

When we have unresolved wounds from our childhood such as rejection, abandonment, unworthiness, emotional, physical, spiritual, or sexual abuse, these early experiences continue to run in the background of our minds, influencing us energetically and mentally, eventually manifesting physically. This is why talk therapy alone does not and cannot get the results that talk therapy (in moderation) combined with powerful energy healing does.

Like a virus running in the background of a computer, our emotional wounds slow us down, reducing our vital life force and our ability to experience inner peace, joy, and happiness. Just as a virus bogs down a computer and prevents it from working efficiently, one's painful past continues to operate in the subconscious, negatively influencing every aspect of our daily lives, our thoughts, perceptions, reactions and behaviors. Road rage is one example. I had a client in her 60’s who had chronic road rage. In one of her sessions with me, she wanted me to focus on that. When I tuned in, the underlying issue causing her road rage behavior was she felt victimized in the past. When another driver would cut her off in traffic, this would trigger her victim identity, which caused her overreaction and road rage behavior. After I cleared her unconscious trigger of feeling like a victim, she no longer experienced road rage.

?Q: What is the remedy for feeling hopeful and living a life that is happy, joyous and free?

a) Nurture your connection with Source and

b) Energetically and completely heal any issues from the past still affecting you.

Your life is waiting...happy 2021.

Love,

Ellie

Ellie Pechet, M.Ed., Metaphysician, Long Distance Healer, Shaman, Author  508-237-4929 www.PhoenixRisingHealing.com


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