When the soul wants to fly

An exchange from our June channeling event: I think sometimes we in our lives get stuck in one direction and find it hard to change. Do you have any advice for that?

GUIDE: No. That is an element in physical world. You have many things that cause you to stay in one place. I think they’re called pensions and things that seem to become like cement shoes on a person. When the soul wants to fly, be creative and yet they feel they must answer to that pension.

Oh I’m not without the understanding the physical world has caused, but trust me, if you trust in the wonder of you and the possibility of anything you want to do, you can do it. Your pension, will be you.

 

 

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  1. Kristine July 4, 2011 at 10:28 am - Reply

    Hi Joanna,

    I hope you had a nice break!

    I remember this exchange at the Circles Within Circle event, it really stood out for me. What a great evening it was. Anyway, your transcription of what the guide said, “Oh I’m not without the understanding the physical world has caused…”, I believe this one said the physical world has cost. I think that is what I heard but have I been known to hear what I want to hear. 🙂

  2. Joanna July 4, 2011 at 1:35 pm - Reply

    Hi Kristine,

    I’m uncertain which word was used. Interesting though that there may be a subtle change in meaning. Take it whichever way you want to.
    Joanna

  3. Elizabeth July 6, 2011 at 12:23 pm - Reply

    Hello!
    What does pension mean? is the guide saying that we restrict ourselves due to cultural habits or social expectations?
    Elizabeth.

  4. Joanna July 7, 2011 at 10:52 am - Reply

    Hi Elizabeth,

    To me the guide was saying that we hold ourselves by from following our soul’s deepest desire because we fear losing the financial security of our pension plans. The last comment about your pension being you suggests that we have within the capability to live authentic lives even if we are not financially secure. I’ve heard pensions in the government referred to as golden handcuffs; they prevent you from taking risks and moving beyond a bureaucratic job.

    That’s my take on it anyway.

  5. Elizabeth July 7, 2011 at 2:02 pm - Reply

    Hi Joanna,

    For some reason I didn’t think of it as literally a pension, must say I’ve never taken any notice about pension plans or the like, or the rat race. Interesting to ponder.
    However as I think about myself, looking back, I remember when I was younger, say late teens and twenties, I had this belief that things would fall into place whenever I was changing directions, and they did. Kind of magical. Jobs would turn up, opportunities for buying and selling goods, the financial part would be taken care of. However I got stuck after that and things were difficult, but even then things would work out like magic at times. Funny because many people thought I had been born on a silver tray (my parents came from orphan children and my parents were not wealthy). Now that I’m ‘unstuck’ things are falling beautifully into place and I feel in tune with my energy. Did I mention I’m not intolerant to gluten? It took me 3 years to work this out within myself, from the minute I received the message from the guide about my fear within I started working on it. At the time I thought the guide had confused me with another being because I was very surprised. Once I started looking for it, there it was, and I realized I was frozen with fear. Anyway, long story short, I am now able to eat gluten (I’ve been eating bread like there is not tomorrow, though I’ve had enough now) and I’m starting to feel in tune with my own beat again. I love that, being in tune, its like music and you dance along.
    Anyway I thought I would give you an update on that one 😀
    Thank You!
    kiss kiss,
    Elizabeth.

  6. Joanna July 7, 2011 at 8:12 pm - Reply

    Hey Elizabeth,
    It’s great news that you’ve overcome your gluten intolerance. What a marvelous story you’ve related about your process and your growth. Congratulations and thank you for sharing it with us.
    Joanna

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