Dear Donnarose

| August 1, 2017

Q: Dear Donnarose, one of the ladies in our circle of friends cannot seem to listen to anything about our lives without saying “I'm jealous”. She knows I hate when she says that, but she says she's just saying how she feels. How can I get her to enjoy our conversations without having to put a pin in our positive bubble? ~V.C.

A: "Jealousy is when you count someone else's blessings instead of your own." ~Unknown

In reference to the quote above, when people are busy focusing on another's blessings in a jealous manner, it tends to put them in that “state of lack” energy. This in turn causes them to negatively judge themselves, which will continue to lower their vibration. And the word lousy sits in the word jealousy which is what someone will continue to feel if they choose to remain jealous.

So that being said, instead of trying to “get” someone who's currently at a lower vibration to do something, it's suggested to focus more on why her statement triggers resentment in you. As much as we'd like to blame others for making us feel badly, it's often what's already in us that's being triggered. In my line of work, what your friend is doing can be considered a gift, as now you can clear out the resentment you've been showing up with during your conversations. You may notice that others in the group don't even pay attention to her statement. It often depends on where we are energetically that determines how we respond to people. So perhaps considering this peacemaking prayer may help:

“Infinite Source, for me, my family, our entire lineage and all our relationships throughout all time-past, present and future: For all hurts and wrongs; for all the things we said and done in word, thought or action that caused any of us to feel unlike love; for all feelings of unworthiness, anger and resentment; for all swallowed anger and times we weren't allowed to speak up, please help us all forgive each other, forgive ourselves, completely and totally, now and forever, no matter what happened, please and thank you.” By saying this prayer for as long as needed, you'll more likely see this situation from a higher perspective. And you'll become more and more untouched by your friend's “I'm jealous” statement. And you may even start forgetting the last time she said it. This is what can happen when we remove blocked energy that no longer serves us.~♥

Q: Dear Donnarose, I often read that to walk on a spiritual path, we must “go within”. How do I go about doing that? ~B.N.

A: "The path to love is our spiritual destiny." ~Deepak Chopra

“The spiritual path is simply the journey of living our lives. Everyone is on a spiritual path…most people just don't know it.” ~Marianne Williamson

Many get overwhelmed with the concept of “walking on a spiritual path” because there's an overload of information out there. So it can get confusing. The two above quotes may make the answer to your question more simple, which is a good way to start. And the fact that you're asking your question, usually means that you're ready to live your life- which is your spiritual path as Marianne says, but now with less detours. Meaning, you're ready to walk on a straighter simpler path, where instead of fear, you'll be more connected to love, which as Deepak says, is our spiritual destiny. And as time goes on, you'll become aware that you are the Love that's walking on the spiritual path. But for now, let's keep it nice and simple.

So to answer your question on how to go within, start by first saying thank you to Spirit for protecting you and keeping you safe. Then begin being still in a quiet space, and allow yourself to receive whatever is coming in your mind without judgment. Being still, to me, is one of the most important habits to form to go within. As you're being still, allow yourself to practice over and over just listening. If you get distracted, just go right back to listening again. As time goes by, you'll be able to receive Divine messages geared towards assisting you on your spiritual path. Some good sources to help you form the habit of being still, listening and going within are: Deepak Chopra 21 day meditations (https://chopracentermeditation.com/about-us ), Ros Place's chakra meditations, and Doreen Virtue also keeps things nice and simple. And Wayne Dyer's books often mention some of the greats from many moons ago that will provide knowledge as well. And adding to all the above, it's very important to maintain a higher vibration. (See 1st Q&A in link below). As you do all the above, more and more Divine guidance will be “presented” to you, and you'll start to have a “knowing” of what to do from there. But overall, be sure to keep the process nice and simple.~♥ 
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dear donnaroseDonnarose Melvin is a professional Ancestral Energy Clearing Intuitive, and an Intuitive Medium. Her knowledge from her BA degree in Psychology, along with her natural intuitive gifts, have helped thousands achieve increased peace and success. Please send your questions to: Donnarose1010@gmail.com or Facebook private msg her at Donnarose. She will select questions each month to share with you. Donnarose regrets that unpublished questions cannot be answered individually. If you’d like a powerful distant energy clearing, or an intuitive reading, please contact Donnarose at the email address above. 

 

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