Dé•jà vu[1]

  • A feeling of having already experienced the present situation
  • Tedious familiarity

For about a month and a half, I have been experiencing feelings of déjà vu, moments of where I have been here before, but certain things have changed.

It’s interesting timing to say the least. We are at the end December. The ending of yet another year ~ 2018 going by in a flash.

Weren’t we just here? Like a second ago?

Last week while looking through a notebook I use to keep my to do list for my manager job, I found a channeling I did one year ago ~ on December 18, 2017.

            “Great Being, we are one with you and want to make you aware of events in the coming days. Be wary of falling short of taking care of the self, it is a trying time, yes. But one to push you through and remind you of your healthy boundaries within the self. Task focus is key, things of importance. Staying true to your health.” ~ Adona, channeled by MayLynne

Unfortunately, I did not heed my guides warning. I ran myself ragged and found myself sick on Christmas Day. So sick that I had to send my family away so that I could rest. It took me about a week and a half to heal enough to return to work.

This channeling was meant for me to find once again, in this moment, in this year. I write my channeling in a journal or specific book, and rarely would go back a whole year to read one unless specifically looking for something. There was a specific reason I was drawn to channel in that moment, in that book. And in this year, it gave me a new opportunity for me to listen, take action and set a healthy boundary within myself and my health.

I have noticed that my triggers are when I’m tired, exhausted from a long day. I mostly cook my own meals at home. When I’m tired, I don’t often want to take that time to prepare a good meal.

My excuse? “It will take too long. I’d rather quickly pick something up.” The problem is, that isn’t going to be something that is good or healthy for me. I have learned that planning ahead is key for me to stay on top of my eating. Having food in my house, even making extra for leftovers to have for another night.

Last year, in my neglect of the self, as well as not eating healthy for me, I also was not doing any type of exercise program whatsoever. My body needs physical activity, not only to maintain a healthy weight, but also to stay grounded with the energy work that I do.

I allowed myself to get so out of whack, that my arthritic knees have not been very happy. A few months ago, I began doing yoga again 2-3 times a week to help move my body again. It’s still a process, but I’m working through it.

These moments of déjà vu can happen in many different situations that we experience – the continuum of a pattern, “I have been here before.”

The beauty is though, that you’re not really in the same place. The elements might be the same, the view might be the same, the people might be the same, but the experience is different.

The reason is because you now have more knowledge than the last time, you have gained experience.

The question Spirit is asking is, “Are you paying attention?”

Are you taking responsibility for your non-actions? What has Spirit asked of you to move forward that you’re still putting to the side? These are valuable insights that are needed in order to fully move forward on the path that is for your highest good.

When you’re paying attention and aware of the circumstance and you are changing your action, you’re changing an old paradigm. You’ve learned the lesson. There still might be times when you have to reiterate that you have learned the lesson, but you’ve moved in the right direction.

The trick is to stay aware and conscious.

I’ve set many new goals and aspirations for myself as I head into 2019, to do things differently than I have before. So that I can be in a new state of being than I have before. I welcome you to do the same.

I’m wishing you all a healthy and very Happy New Year filled with the beauty of discovery and beautiful possibilities!!

Magical blessings and love! <3


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