ERIC RAINES: “Ascension Symptoms”

“Let us then observe these symptoms as nothing more than dense energy flushing out of the body as the frequency rises into more open, flowing, softer energies. Almost like sand bags in a hot air balloon. As we rise up, anything trapped inside of the muscle memory anchoring energy opposite of this lifting, clean feeling begins to become obvious as it tries to drag back down into heavy density. A decent example would be rocks in the ocean, eventually they are broken down into sand. As the body’s frequency skyrockets, all heavy things stuck in that system force their way out almost as if in response to a Cosmic gravity.”

~Eric Raines

 

The Herxheimer reaction is a handy bit of knowledge that anyone on the awakening/self healing path will find great benefit by understanding

Basically, as you purge toxins from the body, whether they be physical toxins, emotional stagnancy, trauma or dead chi, you will often times feel the effect of the toxin being released.

Many recognize as they achieve a higher level of vibrational frequency that often times they begin to notice body pain, emotional instability and discomfort.

Often times, they call these discomforts “Ascension Symptoms”.

There is quite a bit of information behind “high vibration” and “low vibration” that needs to be understood in order to recognize how this energy works, but more importantly, what we can do to make “Ascension Symptoms” disappear. I do a full breakdown here, I recommend reading the article before proceeding or it might not make sense.

https://www.unleashingnaturalhumanity.com/single-post/2018/12/22/What-does-it-mean-to-raise-your-vibration

Let us then observe these symptoms as nothing more than dense energy flushing out of the body as the frequency rises into more open, flowing, softer energies. Almost like sand bags in a hot air balloon.

As we rise up, anything trapped inside of the muscle memory anchoring energy opposite of this lifting, clean feeling begins to become obvious as it tries to drag back down into heavy density. It feels painful, tense, anxious or just plain heavy, like a piece of you is suddenly 4x heavier than the rest of you.

Trauma cannot exist in a light, joyous, open and free flowing system. A decent example would be rocks in the ocean, eventually they are broken down into sand. As the body’s frequency skyrockets, all heavy things stuck in that system force their way out almost as if in response to a Cosmic gravity.

Anything holding tension is forced to stretch without warning as it violently purges. Think along the lines of a muscle stretched to is breaking point without warming it up beforehand.

This can be traumatic in and of itself, yet the same process with a gently warmed up muscle, exercised and stretched, can bring life changing results as the trauma has a pathway of relaxation to flush through.

In order to make “Ascension Symptoms” a term of the past, we need to take the proactive role in our ascension. We cannot wait for that burst of epiphany and connection that spontaneously raises our conscious frequency. We have to go about consciously creating this.

We have to go about consciously flushing the trauma, ancestral programs and rotten energy in a safe, purposeful way. The wild bursts of conscious awareness will still occur, but instead of it being centered on releasing all the density you cannot take with you to the next level, you will be able to explore the new range of awareness the way it is meant to be explored.

With wonder. Awe. Joy, gratitude and Love Love Love.

#LeadtoGold

 

~via Unleashing Natural Humanity

MATEO SOL: “7 Gut Instincts You Should NEVER Ignore”

In order to fulfill your spiritual purpose in this life, you’ve got to walk the path less traveled.

And to walk the path less traveled, you have to embrace your inner wolf.

It is your inner wolf that will guard, guide, and protect you with courage, integrity, and intelligence.

But here’s the thing: in order to embrace your inner wolf, you’ve got to listen to your gut instinct.

The problem is that our gut instincts are often polluted by fears, prejudice, and mental clutter.

In this article, I want to share with you the seven gut instincts you should never ignore. You’ll also learn how to differentiate the voice of fear from the voice of primal wisdom.

What is the Gut Instinct? 

Your gut instinct is the physical reaction you have to the world around and inside of you.

When you experience an overwhelming “gut feeling,” your body is carrying out a primal response to subconscious information. The ultimate purpose of your gut instinct is to protect you. As your gut instinct is the most ancient and primal “sixth sense” you have, it is the one you can rely upon the most.

One example of your gut instinct in action would be deciding to spontaneously avoid walking down a road at night because something “feels off.” That feeling is your gut instinct warning you that danger is afoot. You may then glimpse an intimidating gang of men down the street as you hurry by — your gut instinct has just saved you from potentially being robbed, beaten up, raped, or worse.

How Does Gut Instinct Work? (and Why You’re an Animal)

Put simply, your body is like the television screen on which your subconscious (the radio waves) transmits its information. When you can learn to read your body, you can learn to accurately tune in to your gut instinct.

We human beings like to believe ourselves to be separate from animals. Yes, we might be more sophisticated. But at our core, we are still animals — human animals. Our primal impulses and evolutionary origins don’t just disappear because we sit and read the newspaper each morning or wipe our asses with lavender-scented toilet paper.

As noted by anthropologist Clifford Geertz:

… man is an animal suspended in webs of significance he himself has spun.

Rather than get hoity-toity about the fact that we’re only really advanced animals, why not embrace it? By honoring the wisdom of the subconscious mind and its impact on the body to produce ‘gut instinct’ we can save ourselves from a lot of suffering. (This has been proven by the way.)

What’s the Difference Between Gut Instinct and Intuition?

Gut instinct and intuition are often used synonymously. And, yes, they are interconnected. But they aren’t quite the same.

So what’s the difference?

Put simply, gut instinct is your primal wisdom. Intuition is your spiritual wisdom. We need both if we are to walk our spiritual paths with courage and intelligence.

Intuition is very cerebral — it is a calm and clear sense of “knowing.” On the other hand, gut instinct is very visceral and physical — you feel it in your body.

Intuition can be expressed through the body, and the gut instinct can be expressed through intuitive knowing. But generally, both are clearly discernable and strikingly different in their experience.

Also, gut instinct is much more emotional and reactive (as it is wired in the primal brain), whereas intuition is more neutral and calm.

Examples of Gut Instinct

Some call it a “hunch,” others an “inkling,” but in this article, we’ll refer to it as the gut instinct. Here are some examples that are taken from the animal kingdom and human (animal) behavior of gut instinct:

  • A herd of zebra sense danger while grazing. They cannot see the lions lurking in the surrounding savannah, but something is distinctly “off.” One zebra whinnies and the herd begins galloping away vigorously.
  • A herd of elephants meander through the deserts in search of water. Instinctively they know what direction to move in to find their sustenance.
  • A cat sits on the edge of a three-story house and wants to find a way down. She slinks over to the edge and stares at the ground apparently about to jump — but then changes her mind. She climbs down to the first story roof and then makes the jump, apparently aware on an instinctual level that jumping from any higher distance would injure her.
  • A person approaches you at a bar wanting to flirt with you. You start reciprocating, but something feels wrong. You sense a predatory quality about this person. You don’t trust them. You excuse yourself and leave.
  • Two hikers get lost on a trail within the mountains. Without a compass or any way to determine a direction back to camp, they sit silently and tune into the surrounding trees. Suddenly one of them points to the west, “I have a feeling that is the way back!” An hour later they have made it back to home base.
  • You’re driving down a highway at night. Suddenly, the impulse overtakes you to change lanes immediately. You obey the impulse, and a couple of seconds later miss a large spike of glass that could have punctured your tire and rendered you stranded on the side of the road.
  • A young woman is sitting in class at college. Out of the blue, she feels the strange impulse to return home. She ditches the class and catches a taxi, a pit of dread looming in her stomach. When she arrives home, she finds her mother on the floor having a heart attack. If she had ignored her gut instinct, her mother would have most likely died alone.
  • A man has two job offers. One of them pays less, and the other pays more. Logically he would choose the job that pays more, but he can’t shake the knot of dread that forms in his stomach every time he considers accepting the higher paying offer. He decides to choose the job that pays less. Two months later, he is relieved that he chose the right offer as the higher paying company went out of business due to a high profile lawsuit.

I hope you now have a good idea of how the gut instinct operates!

Signs You’ve Experienced a Gut Instinct

Pay attention to these signs:

  • A sudden feeling of dread or fear (that is out of context)
  • A strong urge to do something (feels like an inner nudge or pull)
  • Full-body chills, goosebumps or “tingles” up the spine
  • Nausea or physical uneasiness
  • Sudden hypervigilance (or being on “high alert”)
  • A clear and firm voice within you instructing you to do/not do something

You might experience all of these signs at once or only one or two of them.

Is it Fear? Or is it Your Gut Instinct?

Don’t get them confused!

But also, don’t worry if you have already. Chances are you were never taught about the difference between superficial mental fears and true gut instinct.

The mind can easily fool us, particularly when it comes to gut instinct. After all, we feel our emotions within our body. When you’re scared, you most likely get clammy hands, butterflies, and an increase in heart rate, right?

In a similar fashion, when we experience a gut instinct, we also receive physical sensations.

So how on earth can we distinguish between the two?

My response is to pay attention to your mind. What is the quality of your thoughts? Is your mind racing, frantic, or chaotic? If so, you are experiencing fear.

On the other hand, if your mind is relatively neutral, but your body is experiencing strong reactions (like a sense of impending doom for instance), you are experiencing a gut instinct.

In other words, when you need to distinguish between the voice of fear and your gut instincts, always turn your attention to your mind.

Why?

Gut instincts are spontaneous — they arise out of the blue. They don’t have time to build-up in the brain, therefore, the brain is relatively still and neutral. There is no “hmm, should I? Shouldn’t I?” going on. There is just an immediate DO THIS/DON’T DO THIS.

Fears, on the other hand, build-up. They are typically more vague, nagging, unclear, and tumultuous. If your mind is spinning, if your thoughts are everywhere, you are experiencing fear, not gut instinct.

7 Gut Instincts You Should NEVER Ignore

Obviously, you must be the judge. But there are some situations in life where your gut instincts shine the most.

While it’s easy to brush off most nagging sensations, please never ignore the following ones:

1. “I’m in danger”

Remember that your gut instincts reflect what your subconscious mind already knows. Although you may not be able to pinpoint what exactly the danger is, please listen to this inner warning. It could be the difference between life and death.

2. “They’re in danger”

Yes, you might sound like a lunatic. Yes, you might feel embarrassed or perplexed. But if you genuinely feel that someone is in danger, tell them. You have nothing to lose. You might just prevent the person from making a big mistake or endangering themselves.

3. “This isn’t the right choice”

If you get a strong and clear feeling that what you’re doing isn’t right, pay attention. Even if there is no moral or logical reason why you should be feeling that way, take heed.

4. “I need help”

Your gut instinct doesn’t only warn you of danger, it also helps to preserve your emotional wellbeing. If you receive a strong sensation that you need help (whether physically, emotionally, mentally or spiritually), seek it out. Don’t linger.

5. “I need to help them”

At some point in our lives, the overwhelming desire to help someone will arise. There may not be any rational reason why. The other person may appear to be perfectly fine on the surface. But don’t let appearances deceive you. Have a conversation with the person. Ask them how they are. This might make you feel vulnerable or uncomfortable, but you will at the very least make the person feel special, and at the most potentially save their lives.

6. “Something feels off in my body”

Unless you’re a hypochondriac (which is unlikely), your gut instincts rarely lie about the state of your health. If a sudden strong and clear desire arises to see a medical professional, do it. Get a full health assessment, and even if nothing comes up, feel proud of yourself for practicing self-care.

7. “This is it!”

Often when the perfect life calling, spiritual path, job, house, decision, option, etc. comes along, your gut instinct will immediately notify you. If you receive a strong and clear feeling that practically screams “YES” don’t ignore it! This is one of the most important reasons why it’s essential to listen to your gut instinct. It could be the difference between making a life-fulfilling choice and a soul-starving decision.

Trust Your Gut

So long as you’re able to distinguish between the voice of fear and the spontaneous feelings of your gut instinct, it is safe to trust your gut.

Trusting your instincts is an invaluable life skill and one that will tremendously benefit you on the spiritual path. After all, this instinct is built into our very DNA, so why not make the most use out of it?

As a final recommendation, I suggest practicing mindfulness meditation if you struggle to trust your gut. Mindfulness meditation will help you to become aware of your thoughts and body sensations. The more awareness you can develop, the easier it will be to make the distinction — it will become second-nature to you.

 

~via LonerWolf.com

KIM HUTCHINSON: “Ascension Symptoms — Spring 2018”

Everyone on Planet Earth is being upgraded energetically.  Some of us are being prepared for ascension and life on the New Earth, as per our soul readiness and desire; others are being lifted to the level that best suits their soul’s journey.

The energy that is transforming us came from the Galactic Central Sun, and is now radiating from our Sun.  It affects all life on the planet (and in), as well as the Earth herself.

One way we can measure these incoming waves of ascension energy is by looking at graphs that show huge spikes in the Schumann Resonances, a.k.a. Gaia’s heartbeat.  Another way is to monitor one’s body for symptoms.  For example, as those incoming solar waves of blissful, high vibrational energy wash over us, they can make us feel very sleepy.

Ascension Manifestations

The following are some more examples of ascension ‘symptoms’.

Vision

Peripheral visions: Objects and beings appearing in the corner of your eye

Geometry: Seeing the Flower of Life pattern or other sacred geometric forms, especially upon awakening

Color: Perceiving more colors or an increased colour intensity

Hearing

Acuity: Picking up on subtle background noise (i.e. hum/buzz of electronics)

Music: Hearing music in everyday sounds

Smell

Clairsalience: Physic smell (i.e. smelling roses while looking at a garden video)

Sensitivity: Noticing subtle odors in a big way

Touch

Awareness: Feeling non-corporeal beings (i.e. angels, spirit guides, departed loved ones) touching you, especially during healings

Sparkling Skin

Glitter: While sitting in the Sun, skin appears to be covered in glitter or pixie dust (tiny specs of white or rainbow colored light)

Glow: Radiating light in the dark
Increased Vibration

Vibrational Downloads: Energy entering the crown, slowly moving down the body accompanied by a “whomp whomp” sound; increased pressure; heat, and temporary muscle weakness

Body: Vibrating head-to-toe while falling asleep or upon awakening

Heart Clearing and Expansion

Palpitations: Racing, irregular heartbeat during heightened Sun activity (i.e. CMEs – Coronal Mass Ejections

Rear Heart Chakra Purging: Waves of cold energy rippling through the upper back and shoulder area

Heart Opening: Warm, powerful, radiant energy filling the chest, arms and hands

Altered Sleep Patterns

Nap Attacks: The sudden, pressing need for a midday nap

More Sleep: Needing, on average, two extra hours of sleep per night

Altered Schedule: Going to bed much earlier (i.e. 8 pm) or later than usual (i.e. midnight)
Interrupted Sleep: Waking at frequent intervals throughout the night (i.e. every two hours

Exhaustion: Lacking energy, despite increased sleep

Discomfort

Headaches: Bouts of head pain (i.e. pulsating energy drilling into the crown)

Aches and Pains: Stiff, aching joints, especially knees and lower back interspersed with good days when the body feels lighter and more limber

Respiratory / Throat Issues

Sinus Congestion: Blocked nasal passages and sinuses

Hoarseness: Throat blockages
Weight and Diet Changes

Weight Fluctuations: Inadvertently gaining or losing weight

Increased Metabolism: Burning calories quickly; feeling famished; stomach growing loudly in between meals; needing to eat something every two hoursLack of Appetite: Feeling bloated and full despite not having eaten

Viruses

Virulent Flu or Cold: Intense physical purging; falling ill despite usually being healthy and immune

Bliss

Living in the Now: Truly being present with no past regrets or future fears

Zoning Out: Easily and rapidly slipping into a relaxed, almost meditative, state

Bliss: Feeling totally contented

Mental Silence

Quiet Brain: Lack of random thoughts; ruminations on the past, or anxiety about the future

Muted Ego: Absence of running commentary; comparisons, and fears

Memory Loss

Short-Term: Difficulty with short-term memory recall

Long-Term: Temporary gaps in long-term memory (i.e. forgetting how to spell common words); altered memories (due to merging timelines

Lack of Focus

Unable to Concentrate: Inability to focus on work

Single Tasking: No longer able to multi-task
Emotional Purges

Fear: Moments of intense fear (i.e. lack of money; fear of losing a loved one)

Anger: Periods of intense purges of anger; feeling irrationally upset; vocalizing displeasure in a new way; embodying the anger of a mal-treated group

Oneness with Wildlife

Tameness: Wild animals approaching high vibrational humans without trepidation

Communication: Understanding animal language, both verbal and telepathic

Time Shifts

Acceleration: Time speeding up; feeling overwhelmed by the lack of time

Slow Down: Intermittent periods when it feels like time almost stops

Becoming Your Own Guru

Loss of Gurus: Spiritual teachers disavowing themselves of their former teachings; strange behaviour from people in the spiritual community

Loss of Guides: Former spiritual guides not being as responsive

Soul Connection: Increased reliance on one’s soul in lieu of other people or spiritual beings

Heightened Intuition

Telepathy: Knowing what your partner is about to say

Premonition: Knowing what is going to happen, especially 10 second prior to the event

Spiritual Recall

Past Lives: Spontaneously remembering prior incarnations and abilities

Light Language: Intuitively understanding light language and/or channeling light language

Multidimensional Consciousness

Mandala Effect: Ability to recognize when timelines converge; awareness of other realities

Alternate Realities: Soul journeys to other dimensions and densities

How to Deal with Ascension Symptoms

The energetic upgrades can be intense at times, and it’s beneficial to do the following:

Rest / Relax

If possible, take time off work to relax.
Intersperse work with regular breaks
Get lots of sleep

Nature

Go outside (i.e. go to the beach; sit in the Sun; sit with a tree; garden, go camping)

Ground yourself (especially to 5D Earth)

Have Fun

  • Laugh
  • Play games
  • Dance and sing
  • Find an enjoyable hobby
  • Be social

 

 

~via In5D.com