Lessons from Kung Fu Panda
If you’re an avid follower of the blog (and I hope you are!), then you’ll probably have noticed it’s been quiet in the past couple of weeks. After a very busy first half of the year, I decided to finally take some of my own advice and listen to my body – which was screaming out for me to rest, relax and restore.
Sometimes, one of the challenges I face with being psychic is actually taking the advice I’m given – I know it sounds ironic, but I’m human too and I forget that in order to give my best to others I too need to rest, take it easy and enjoy myself every once in a while. Fortunately, spirit guides are patient and non-judgemental – because otherwise I’m sure they’d be incredibly frustrated with me sometimes!
So, how do I go about following my own intuition and the advice given from my guides? Well, almost every day I write in my journal, usually as automatic writing, which is a direct channelling from my guides. Every day, there is plenty of information about what I’m learning and how I can best go about learning it – although, it is often very cryptic and only makes sense in hindsight. They won’t do the work for me!
I also try and note down all of the other signs and symbols I notice daily – whether it be interpreting my dream from the night before, or a deciphering a series of repetitive messages. For example, while I was taking some time out, everywhere I turned I was getting messages to meditate more. The final confirmation of this occurred on Saturday night as I turned on the TV to see a cartoon turtle offering the advice I most needed to hear. The fact it was presented in an unusual source was enough to get me to pay attention (plus, it solidified two week’s worth of messages!).
The turtle was a character in Kung Fu Panda, whom I believe is called Master Oogway, and was explaining that the mind is a like a pool of water; if it is agitated, you cannot clearly see what you are looking at, but once it settles, you can make out very clearly what you are looking at.
Some other pearls of wisdom I took from this wise turtle: “You are too concerned with what was and what will be. Yesterday is history, tomorrow is mystery, today is a gift, that’s why it’s called the present.”
And: “One meets his destiny often in the road he takes to avoid it.”
And finally: “There are no accidents.”
I’m getting back into the swing of things again – but trying to keep Master Oogway’s advice in mind!