Credit: Jeannie Selda from our Puerto Vallarta Adventures with our Flight School group.
“Since your spirit, and therefore your connection to
your innate wisdom, is flowing through your specific body,
that means that you couldn’t possibly know
what is in the highest good for another person.”
– Jennifer Hough
When we get disease symptoms, it’s like being told the painful truth by our most faithful friend. It might be painful to hear coming from such a trusted companion but, in hearing it, we can more deeply appreciate the feedback and take enthusiastic action to deal with the problem.
For some of us, our first response to any ill health might be to simply ignore the symptoms, convincing ourselves there’s nothing to worry about and the symptoms, not given any energy, will simply pass. Abraham-Hicks (a channel) describes doing this as “like putting a happy face on an empty gas tank or a flashing engine light.”
The first thing to understand in this ‘Brain Bridge’ is that your cells, and your health, are warning you about paradigms and beliefs currently living through you which deviate from your most fulfilling path forward.
Your cells are trying to redirect you to the alignment of purpose, beliefs, and actions.
A simple example of this might be if you start feeling responsible for the happiness of your boss and begin to carry them. Since your spirit, and therefore your connection to your innate wisdom, is flowing through your specific body, how could you possibly know what is of the highest and the best for another person? You can only project based on the information you are receiving through your cells.
Here, I define carrying as worrying about something or someone such that it takes up mental and emotional space in your day thereby rendering you incongruent with your path of greatest fulfillment. The entire Universe, of which you are a fractal, never carries anyone or anything. Therefore, you will be out of sync with your natural flow if you try to fix someone else.
You will have physical signs of being out of sync, like your neck or shoulders being tight, as a little reminder that you are carrying someone’s life and that it’s not your job.