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Monday, May 7, 2012

Are You Feeling Antsy?


You're not feeling bad, nor are you feeling that something is wrong, but you are feeling antsy. As though something were about to happen (it may be weeks or even longer into the future; not something you believe will happen today), but you don't yet know what or how or when. It's not an intuition, but it is a tingling inside, partially in your solar plexus, perhaps even in your head and heart. And this tingling is making you look forward (with numerous questions in your head) about what is on the verge of occurring, and in so doing has taken away some of your inner peace.

So even though it seems to be presaging something that augurs well, promising some kind of expansion or growth - on any level - for the future (as much as that antsy tingling is allowing you to ascertain), if it has stolen a measure of your inner peace, it's not totally in your best interest to continue feeling that way.

So perhaps the first thing you might do is to ask yourself what exists in your life that you truly want to change. But although you can think of some things, you are also aware of the fact that you have - in fact - moved yourself in your life to a place where you feel you are fulfilling a purpose that gives you a good measure of satisfaction, and that you are not - in fact - in a bad inner space at all. And in those areas that you would like to hone, polish, expand or alter, you don't yet have total clarity about how that should - or could - be.

Therefore begin by getting greater clarity. Use your imagination to try out a couple of different scenarios. Which feels right? Or which feels more of a fit than the others? Can you embellish it in your imagination? Can you feel how you would feel if it were already a part of your repertoire? Fix that firmly in your mind and heart and gut (our three brains), and go to that place where you can feel that many, many times a day in order to make that feeling as strong within you as the strength with which you are certain of your name.

Uff, you say. That is going to take a long time. Right now it's only a tiny spark.

OK. So let's say you were a political dissident in an authoritarian régime. Your life is in danger. You need to take on a new identity in order to survive. Perhaps move to another country. And your new name is not only difficult to pronounce, but it also does not feel like your name. How would you do it? You'd practice, wouldn't you, over and over again, until it felt intuitive and close to home. And that is exactly what you need to do once you get the clarity I referred to above.

So now you still have the antsy feeling, but you are practising feeling how you would feel if this new scenario you have worked on were already part of your repertoire. And you are practising this many times a day, especially when the antsy feeling comes along.

And you are also using this time to attently observe and become aware of all that comes your way in order to recognize opportunity and chances for growth as soon as they appear.

Being antsy is a great thing ... if you use it properly.

For much more about the ever-evolving purpose in your life, about discovering the self, about making choices that enhance your inner well-being, and about feeling good about the self, have a look at my book Rewiring the Soul: Finding the Possible Self, available at Amazon as a paperback or e-book for Kindle and all Kindle applications.

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A revelation of insight into the foundations of human suffering & transcendence. It not only lays out essential steps for inner freedom & joy but illuminates the way to true human potential. Dr. Kortsch is a spiritual master for our time. Paul Rademacher, Executive Director, The Monroe Institute; author: A Spiritual Hitchhiker's Guide to the Universe

"The masterwork of a profoundly gifted healer of the soul. Dazzling, challenging, wondrously useful." Peggy Rubin, Director, Center for Sacred Theatre, Ashland, Oregon; author: To Be and How To Be, Transforming Your Life Through Sacred Theatre

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