Nibiruan Council | October 22 2012
Doesn’t it seem like only yesterday was October 1st? I don’t know about you but I feel the time acceleration is sometimes so intense that my emotional body just can’t keep up. There are days when I awake feeling scattered and unable to focus. Other days, along with the scatteredness, I awake feeling a deep sadness sitting on the periphery, waiting to step in.
For those familiar the turn of events in my personal world these last few years, you might say the looming sadness is attributed to my grief process. I have learned to tell the difference. The “time sadness” seems connected to my abdomen whereas the grief sadness is felt in my heart.
When I feel the time sadness lurking, I know it is a call for help from my Inner Child. She needs nurturing. If I take the time to go within and comfort her, I find my ability to focus and get on with the day’s tasks much easier. If I ignore her plea, I find my day tends to spiral out of control. Each choice is difficult to make with some causing such overwhelming anxiety (should I or shouldn’t, right or left?. Once I do make a decision, I flip flop because I’m so unsure. That makes those around me very irritated. Who can blame them?
The point is that when my Inner Child becomes emotionally overloaded with the speed of things, and I don’t stop to comfort her, I cannot get my bearings. Not only that, my bulls–t detector stops working which makes it nearly impossible to feel things out. And that’s not all, I cannot seem to connect with my guides so I am unable to hear their answers to my requests for direction…aaarrrgh! Yep, I’m a ship lost at sea without a rudder or a compass.
Now, you may ask, how does one comfort and nurture one’s Inner Child? Here are a few tips from the booklet, The Divine Partnership, the 3rd Key of Compassion.
1 ~ As soon as you feel something isn’t right, immediately call your Inner Child and see what is going on. Ask him/her, “What’s up?” Your Inner Child will answer in pictures and thoughts. Once you figure out what he/she’s afraid of, ask your Inner Child this question, “What can I do to make you feel more comfortable?”