Being Fully Present
Being fully present is all about being clear, conscious and fully aware of what’s going on within our inner world as well with our environment. Being fully present is also about being open and being receptive to the messages all around you and within. When we are fully present, we are mentally clear and emotionally stable; able to endure life and have access to our inner guide. To be and stay fully present with ourselves and the world, should not only be the objective but also the goal to living a much fulfilling life.
Being fully present may sound simple to achieve, but like all things in life it’s a process. When hosting my “Intuitive Development Classes” doing simple breathing techniques to let go of any junk within the body may not be enough. Sometimes we may have to dig deeper than what we previously thought. Often, when we set one issue free, another one takes its place, usually happening before the recent event that had occurred; there were times, when several issues had stockpiled, and it took an evening to get things clear so that we could move on. Being fully present is a process, especially for those of us who are intuitively sensitive.
Being fully present involves clearing ourselves on many levels. These levels are mental, emotional, physical and spiritual; each may requiring a different process of clearing the blocks. Recognizing these issues can assist us to spot the problem and get rid ourselves of any clutter that could be preventing us from achieving and manifesting the life that we desire. The more aware we are of the internal war waging within ourselves and what is causing it, the more power we obtain to effectively clear ourselves. At the end of the day, it’s all about becoming aware of the clearing process, knowing how to discern our own clutter and obtaining the power to clear them so that we may be fully present in the moment and enjoy life.
The types of clutter that exist within yourself oftentimes block you from being able to manage yourself and or develop healthy coping skills whenever a circumstance needs your full attention. Many blocks exist in what I like to call “Bodies” where the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual reside in. For each “Bodies” or “Body”, each block may require a different approach or process of clearing. Knowing or having an idea of what the clutter is, can assist us in the clearing process.
Often, the mind works in a constant loop, always repeating information or taking information and repeating information on any given point of interest, which ties in with a strong emotional point. But here we will look at the cause for mental blocks, and hopefully recognize them so that we may be able to discern what the clutter are.
Limited Self Beliefs-living out of fear.
Unfinished projects or task-putting things off.
Not dealing with unwanted stuff-Cluttered space, useless junk, ignoring unhealthy conditions.
All of this creates noise within our minds called “clutter”. Each mental block or clutter creates a greater divide within our inner world, producing what I like to call psychological black holes or simple, a block; which prevents us from being the full potentiality that we are. As the divide continues to widen within yourself, it becomes harder to listen to the intuitive part of you, thus making it harder to trust our true inner voice.
Unresolved feelings towards situation’s, others or yourself– Creating trigger points within your inner world through suppressed feelings.
Not confronting uncomfortable individuals or situations-Prolonging the discomfort within self.
Not forgiving ourselves or others– Holding on to grudges, feelings or unresolved matters.
Not sticking to your personal integrity or moral standing– unfulfilled moral obligations or not standing within your integrity.
Not taking care of health concerns– Self neglect.
Not taking appropriate medication or vitamins– Self neglect.
Not exercising or getting enough of it– Self neglect through .
Unwise eating– poor eating habits.
Neglect of bodily sensations and feelings– Not listening to self or ignoring the concern of the body.
Feeling exhausted upon waking up – possible entity attachment and or energy drain, possible physical issue, diet related.
Shift in moods around others– being ungrounded
Feeling the emotions of others-Empathy, needs to be cleared of residues from others, no appropriate boundaries or proper space. Possible victim mentality.
Sense of being scattered– possible energy attachments and or space is cluttered, being grounded.
This is a short list of possible scenarios to look out for, but they do key in to what we need to look out for if we are not clear. It’s important to understand that some individual’s may have more issues in one particular body or all of them; it just depends on the individual.