You see, the real issue is that they do not think of the true Source of all words and thoughts, and they do not realize that they are also an aspect of that Source. If they realized this, they would never feel lesser, insecure, or unworthy. Until they do, you can help matters by seeing all from the perspective of the higher self in all that you do and all that transpires.
Who is Sanaya? Suzanne Giesemann answers:
Who is Sanaya? Suzanne Giesemann answers: "Sanaya (pronounced "sah-NIGH-ah") has told us that she is a collective consciousness of minds with both a feminine and masculine energy. This energy comes from a higher dimension than our own. When I bring through Sanaya's words, I am "tapping in" to Higher Consciousness. I am allowing that Consciousness to express itself through my body: through my brain, through my vocal cords, my arms, my hands, and also through my pen. Sanaya would not need a name, except for our human need to put labels on things and place our experiences into well-defined boxes. Sanaya takes us outside the box into a dimension where we come face to face with our higher selves. To hear the words of Sanaya as they come through ... to sit in the presence of that energy ... is a palpable experience of higher vibration ... of love. To read Sanaya's words can have the same result when you tune in to that finer energy as you read." (To read the full explanation of who and what Sanaya is along with transcripts of longer sessions click here.)
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
It's Not About You
Be mindful of your words, whether written or spoken. Keep in mind that many who read or hear what comes from your lips or pen will not think in terms of you, the source of the words, but of themselves. This is the human way. And so, they can easily take offense or take blame, or feel hurt or worried, or any of the many ego/fear-based human reactions. This is not your worry, but if you are mindful that others are apt to think of the self, you can choose your words in such a way so as not to feed their fears.
Posted by Suzanne Giesemann at 9:30 AM