Thursday, August 22, 2019

A Message from Sara


I have been channeling a group of non-physical beings called "Sara" for a few months now. This is the first question from someone other than myself I have ever been inspired to answer. Here it is...


Went kayaking and hiking with my kids yesterday and they whined so much! Was wondering how to enjoy anything whilst in the company of whining children!


You can enjoy anything if you perceive you are the creator. If you are seeing yourself as the victim of circumstances that are out of your control, you cannot enjoy even the most thrilling of experiences. Why is this? Because you perceive that your children can create in your reality. You perceive that their enjoyment, or gratitude, or jubilation over an event you experience together means something about you. You may even perceive that their non-enjoyment of the event you selected points to a failure in your parenting, or deeper still, a sign of their lack of love for you. In reality, it means none of these things. It means as much as other people’s children non having a fun time around you. If you were observing a couple from afar that seemed to be bored by the experience, would you take it personally? Probably not. And yet they are also experiencing this event with you, and you are also linked to them by the sheer fact that you are all Source and its different perspectives in that moment. But how they feel does not mean anything about you to you. How your children feel does not mean anything about you either. 

Your children are sovereign beings who have come here with their own guidance system. Their lack of enjoyment is simply revealing to them that they are perceiving an illusion. They are disconnected from who they really are in that moment and because they have not been completely socialized to suppress their emotions, they do what all humans would do if they were being authentic: they express the discomfort of their negative emotion. Brilliant! This is great news. If they were having an awful time and they had been trained to stare out the window or lie that they were having a blast, wouldn’t that be disappointing to you? You have two beautiful examples of what the expression of negative emotion looks like. What a wonderful theater for you to behold! What a gift! Can you see that you are learning to do this very thing—identify and truly feel your negative emotions? Do you realize that you have learned what this negative emotion means, how to process it, and how to minimize its hold over your life? Do you see how mutually beneficial this relationship can be? They know what it means to be authentic, and you have a higher perspective of reality. You have tools that they will ask you about soon enough. There is nothing going wrong here from our perspective. Everything is going is right. You are loved beyond what you can feel right now, but we ask you to trust it nonetheless. 

With our love,

Monday, August 5, 2019

Re-Thinking Family Relationships

Greetings Dear One,

I haven't updated my blog in a while and just right now I was inspired to change that.

What's on my mind today? Family relationships.

I am sitting on a red velvet couch in my mother's guest house in Connecticut, thinking about the arbitrary importance we place on family relationships.

Let's start with this as a basis for understanding: We are beings of pure love. Our natural state is love. We are ONE with all that is.

Why then, does it matter how your father treats you, how much your daughter loves you, or how often your sister calls you?

Because we place an unnatural importance on family relationships. It is totally condoned by our society, and the "rules" around relationships vary greatly culture to culture. There is no innate truth in how we should relate to our relations.

We think there is a "good" protocol for being a mother, for instance. But that protocol doesn't stay "good" across the board, for every culture, or even for every person. What's good for the mother of the 3 year old for instance, would be absurd, for the mother of the 30 year old.

If we are truly beings of love, why does our relationship with our mother matter more than our relationship with the mail carrier? Why do we love our own children more the neighbor's?

Have you ever wondered this or even thought about it?

Now, it's certainly not "bad" to love your children, or to have a harmonious relationship with your mother. If you have those things going on in your life, run with it! Enjoy it! (You have my blessing, even though you don't need it.)

However, what happens when our relationships fall outside of what we think is normal?

We experience severe negative emotion.

We get tripped up when our father doesn't call often enough, or too much, or not at the right times. We resent our mother for being critical, or too blazé, or for forgetting to send us a birthday card.

Now I believe we create our own reality. So while it is totally valid to say "a mother should be loving", or "an uncle should mind his own business", or a "child should respect her elders." It just isn't empowering us. 

Because if you are believing this, any time someone acts in a way that contradicts how you think things should be, you are going to spiral downward into a pit of despair, rage, etc. It will affect how you feel about yourself. It will add more fuel to the fire of low self-esteem, feelings of being unloved and under appreciated...

What if you selected the relationships you enjoy, and focused SOLELY on those? What if you could let your mother have all the opinions she wants and not see her as wrong? What if you understood that your cousin has her own perspective, and nothing she could do or say meant anything about your worth? Wouldn't that feel AMAZING?!

What if your wonderful relationship to your mail carrier, your neighbor, your Uber driver, or your cashier meant more to you than the little upsets between your blood relatives?

What if you could re-write the story of what relationships can be, so as to empower yourself and to FEEL GOOD no matter what?

What if feeling good about yourself, and accepting yourself unconditionally in every moment was your #1 priority in life?

Can you even imagine that??

I began a process about 3 months ago working with Gary Temple Bodley, a man who channels a group of non-physical beings called Joshua. I began as a student and was soon asked to join his team as a coach. In this 8-week Bootcamp Joshua shows you how to pinpoint your limiting beliefs and prove them wrong. For example, a limiting belief is: "my mother should love me more." This belief is not empowering or beneficial to you. You can prove it wrong. There is a system for this.

I invite you to check out the Joshua Live podcast and see if this material resonates with you as much as it has for me. If you'd like to know more, feel free to connect with me: info AT sirgunkaur DOT com



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