I’m not entirely sure why I am writing this message to you, other than I feel drawn, and you have been on my mind a lot the last few days. The question that now comes from my heart to yours is this – who are we when we know, and who are we when we do not know?
If I am on the cusp of creating/allowing/receiving the next step or manifestation or direction to go, can it be more fun and rewarding inwardly and outwardly to walk the middle road of unknown/let go mixed with intention and preference?
I wish to feel the royal road within myself and my self compassion and worth and purpose in what I love – more so.
Thank you for your time and energy and for The Cosmic Giggle. It has been with me muchly the last few days and I am grateful. Peace.
Natalie from the UK
The only way you can know who you are when you truly are there is to be on the precipice of the unknown. So this answers both of your questions at once.
To be too sure of who you are can diminish the possibilities of your seer fully manifesting because of the social need to want to be something that cannot be acquired through the mere act of trying to make it manifest.
The trouble with shamanism is that the most perplexing thing about this path is that one can believe they are somewhere when they are nowhere – and one can be nowhere and fully delivered.
You see there are social contradictions in your second question. These you have to come to terms with. There is no fun to be had, yet joy can be realized.
There can be no words to deliver consciousness to its pinnacle of arrival. Only actions can provide a source of attainment, which can never be expected, for if they are, they disappear within a social eddy of where one thinks they should be, instead of being squarely where they are.
In conclusion, your queries seem joyful but have obvious underpinnings of social expectations on a path where nothing of the sort can be defined by this cognitive overview. In other words, there is no way to micromanage your way through unknown territory.
A seer’s path is filled with mystery. One will discover their destiny by yielding to all that arises socially and shamanically.