You Became Cautious – taking your journey in “My Guided Journey”
Linda and Ray talked about the time in your young life when you were forced to choose between worlds.
No one actually put it this way but that’s what it was. In this world, people demanded that you awaken from what people called, your dream world. They no longer tolerated your inner world and demanded you live exclusively in this world.
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In this video, we talk about how you were beginning to lose your connection to your real self and your Spirit Guides and Angels.
Always being pressured to tell people who “we” were you withdrew, but that wasn’t going to be enough. For the first time, you felt the separateness that everyone else assumed was normal. This was just a precursor for what would follow if you decided pushed “us” away. You were alone in this understanding because everyone else either forgot and never thought it was valid in the first place. Moving away from the world you came from, you were beginning to think like everyone else. This made you question your connection to the other world, making it easier to let it go. The consequence would be a constant longing inside you knowing that something was missing. This longing would be what would eventually return you to this point in time, see what got you off track, and put yourself back together again.
You were entering a very lonely time in your life that only you understood.
To align yourself with the right mindset and approach to start writing on page eight in part two, watch this video on you became cautious.
If starting on this page this is too challenging, start on a page that isn’t as challenging until you get the hang of this journey writing. After you finish the pages that motivated you to start writing go back to the previous page and so forth until you are finished. This is how Ray did it when he took his journey in My Guided Journey. ~ Linda Deir and Ray Holley