Tap into Personal Power NOT Powerlessness

No big secret, I don’t resonate with powerlessness. In fact, as I was down in the dumps, hitting my bottom, I still knew there was potential inside of me. I wanted to tap into my power not say that I didn’t have any. I get the notion of surrender and definitely went through a surrendering process to get to my personal power. My personal power is a combination of my Higher Self and energy in action. My emotions were front and center and needed to be felt and dealt with in order to get to the thoughts I was holding in my consciousness. Once I started to clear some of the misunderstandings I had been holding for this lifetime and maybe even before, I started to get in touch with my personal power. My own power has often scared! I’ve shied away from it, minimizing it as if my light is too bright for others. It’s another story and just fascinates me. I get to another layer of a lessen and then get humbled again as mind does its thing to try and make sense of it all. There are no words or understanding for the power of the soul. I work each day on allowing my personal power to shine and work with any beliefs that pop up around being too big. I enjoy this process because the benefits are just too good to not participate in it. Clarity, inner peace and pure joy are the qualities that I deepen in. There is a power within you that is powerful beyond your imagination. How might you connect to it?

10 Comments

  1. Wes on August 4, 2015 at 1:25 am

    Great blog! I’m trying to connect to it through consciously shifting from victim to creator consciousness when I become aware of it. There’s resistance or fear to this process that I recognize as a false version of myself and release. As I repeat this cycle over and over of shifting consciousness and releasing the fear that I notice doing so, I’m connecting with personal power. It’s this personal power that has become evident to me over the past 14-15 months that keeps me excited about continually engaging my process.

    • beverlysa on August 4, 2015 at 2:10 am

      Very cool! You are experiencing your own creative power!

  2. John S on August 4, 2015 at 11:52 am

    I feel that the ability to focus is key to harnessing power. For example, simply placing my attention on something makes me able to affect it in some way, and the more intensely I focus the greater the potential gets. But I also always feel it is so important to realize that power is an enormous responsibility. I see many times that too much attention attention goes towards accumulating power and not enough into how to ethically handle it. I seek to balance whatever power I have and use it for good in this world. In that way I can connect to my higher self and do the work of my spirit rather than allow that power to go to my ego.

    • beverlysa on August 4, 2015 at 9:43 pm

      Any other thoughts on responsible power and what it looks like?

      • John S on August 4, 2015 at 10:47 pm

        Responsible power would be in tune with the mission of our spirit, which is deeply rooted in our connection with the great virtues found throughout the world’s spiritual traditions.

    • beverlysa on August 4, 2015 at 9:45 pm

      I found a lot of personal power in intention and putting my attention on to intention.

      • John S on August 4, 2015 at 10:48 pm

        Yes, it seems like intention gives our attention a job to do.

        • beverlysa on August 5, 2015 at 1:39 am

          Yes, intention always supports me in directing my energy and attention.

  3. ariel Brito on August 5, 2015 at 10:31 pm

    My past stands in my way of personal power

    • beverlysa on August 5, 2015 at 10:36 pm

      That’s valuable information Ariel! Since you know that your “past” stands in the way of your personal power, you now you where to do the inner work. Exploring what exactly about your past stands in the way is a strategy for taking this process further. Keep sharing yourself and going to the root of the issue.

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