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Acting the new energy out

In the weekend 11.11.11 Bashar asked someone, “Do you act on your highest excitement with no expectation whatsoever? Which action are you going to take?” They said: “Meditation,” and Bashar replied: “No, meditation is not the action. You know which reality you prefer. Which action are you going to take?”

This had me stuck for a week now. Because I felt that the actions I would want myself to take, are not ready yet (I want to write some books that aren’t flowing from me freely yet). The action feels “would-be-excitement”, but when I come to it, I understand, it’s not ready yet. And I want to go into a meditation, to raise my vibration, but Bashar’s “meditation is not an action” just rings in my ears, and I’m confused.. Yes, I know, I told myself, it’s MY Inner Being I should trust the most, and I should do whatever I think to do (what I’m inspired to do), but that phrase still was disturbing me a lot.

And it was until yesterday, that I just did what I felt to be the most effective in my state: a lot of Reiki, meditations, just bringing myself into higher vibrations, and then, in this higher vibration, I suddenly felt the difference vibrationally: meditation is an action to put myself in the state I want. While acting out the energy of the new reality that I prefer, is acting out that energy. Yes, if the meditation is not a tool, then it can be an action: sometimes, when I felt really high and calmed down, meditation was acting out for me, that now I can just relax. So it WAS acting that energy out. But usually, meditation is a way to it, and not acting out the energy.

Then I felt, that in the state of meditative realization, which reality, which energy I prefer, I can ask myself, which action would be expressing this energy out in my physicality. And I just felt some gesture that I can make. And when I’m now doing this gesture, I feel this energy of this reality present in my physical reality NOW.

It connects to what I heard Story Waters yesterday saying: the Grounding Exercise is good to be done at the end of all their meditations. The grounding exercise was about touching my body, face, toes, all the body, to feel how I’m grounding the energies I’ve been working with during the meditation, to my physical reality here and now.

So I am going to take this as one more very satisfying tool. And just a pleasure to be engaged in: :)

to ask myself, when I’m in a meditation, which action (no pressure! it can be something as simple as a little gesture!!) would express this energy out in my physical reality here and now. And then oh I’m going to do it.. :)

And what’s your take on it?

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