Blossom had a really interesting and important discussion with her sources recently and I feel a great need to comment because more and more of us will be experiencing the same thing and experiencing it more often as we climb Jacob’s Ladder to the Fifth Dimension in the weeks and months ahead.
This not a reposting of her message, but I need to quote the part important to this discussion. Blossom said:
Blossom: Good morning! I could do with some reassurance to be honest. Is it just me? I TRULY didn’t realise I had so little patience or tolerance. Nothing seems to be changing … it seems to be getting worse and it doesn’t feel good! What’s going on? Can you tell us in a little more detail than our last communication?
Galactic Federation of Light: Warmest greetings to all. You are FEELING uncomfortable with your discomfort are you not? Yet it is to be recognised that although it may be seemingly that one is out of sorts … one is actually moving deeper into the correctness of who they TRULY are.
So … it doesn’t really FEEL like this is anger from old patterns that needs to come out … it FEELS different … would I say ‘fresh anger’? How stupid does that sound?
And yet we would say it is not anger at all.
Well my ranting and raving to an empty room or car certainly FEELS like anger … definitely lack of tolerance. It’s like I hardly recognise myself … or certainly not this part of me.
Let us unfold these twists and turns in a manner that is suited to your requirements. Firstly … that which you deem as anger is a dissipation of energies that conflict with the way you TRULY are. (1)
What’s the perspective in which what both Blossom and her sources say are correct? Blossom feels fresh anger and the GF sources say she is actually moving deeper into who she really is.
Here’s the missing piece of the puzzle.
Whether we’re angry or releasing anger by completing a vasana, we feel the same: angry. (A vasana is a pattern of resistance anchored in an earlier traumatic incident.)
In the first instance, we’re creating more anger and storing it away in our memories and in our bodies as muscular tension. In the second case, we’re re-experiencing anger as it goes through us, preparatory to being released.
But the experience in both cases is the same.
The difference is that in the first instance we’re taking in anger and in the second we’re releasing it. But to release it we must re-experience it. And whether we experience it or re-experience it, it feels the same. We still feel angry.
So perhaps the counsel here is not to judge progress on the way you feel. When you experience anger, you’re going to feel awful. But when you re-experience, complete and release a vasana, you’re going to feel awful too. I guarantee it. But you’ll feel a great deal better after the vasana is released.
I spoke to one friend yesterday who released a huge vasana and she said she felt younger, freer, more buoyant. Yes, one does after a vasana is released.
But while it’s going through you and out the door, you may feel anything but younger, freer and more buoyant. You may feel miserable.
If it doesn’t kill you, it’ll make you stronger. And lighter and happier.
So please don’t be fooled by the way you feel in the process of releasing your old baggage. That’s the price to be paid for being free of it.
(1) “Blossom Goodchild: February 13, 2013,” at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2013/02/blossom-goodchild-february-13-2013/