consistency dims spirit


The programming here has diluted humans into believing that consistency is the key to success and happiness, when that couldn’t be further from the truth. Spontaneity and variety are the spice of life.

We see this limiting belief affect the human spirit most deeply when it comes to “consistency of personality” it’s unrealistic, unnatural and an imaginary prison to the human spirit.

We are multi-dimensional, multi faceted and finely tuned chameleons. To strive to be “consistent” for the world around us, limits and dims every opportunity we have to be our true unique selves.

Unpredictability is a super power. The more one strives to be a consistent version of themselves the more disconnected they become from the truth. We are the Universe, it exists within us and all around us. If the Universe consists of multiple planets, energetic signs and magnetism and it’s constantly changing, moving, shifting, polarizing and retrograding… if we are truly one with our innate nature, we too will be ebb and flowing with this natural rhythm, never the same from day to day, let alone moment to moment. To strive to be a consistent version of oneself while the rest of the galaxy is shifting and expanding is proof of true disconnect. The programming tells us to be consistent in order to be accepted and liked, because it feeds off the predictability.

At the end of the day, you are the ruler of your world, a world that doesn’t actually exist anyway, so determine the rules, values and limitlessness that exists there. You get to make it as fun and funky as you want!

Failure doesn’t actually exist. Therefore we never actually fail, we simply experience. “Failure” is just judgement of the experience.

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