REMEMBERING WHO WE ARE

REMEMBERING WHO WE ARE So often we’re so quick to give our power away to others – that’s not always a bad thing it’s the true nature of a loving empath. What’s important is where we draw the line and realise that we don’t need to give all of our power away to make someone else happy.

I first of all want to remind you that YOU are the oracle, all the answers you seek can be found within you. No psychic, no oracle cards, no amount of predictions can be as strong as your own intuition. This is a powerful way to reclaim your power knowing that you can trust your inner compass and that you don’t need to look outside of yourself for answers or guidance. So often we place our trust in outside sources to validate our destiny or dreams but why can’t we give that to ourselves? It’s almost like we’re saying to the Universe ‘Am I worthy of this happening?’ This is why we need to reclaim our power here and remember that you were always worthy of these amazing things – no one can tell you any differently. Whatever is meant for you will never pass you by, if something isn’t meant for you then you sure as hell don’t want that in your life! That’s why it’s so important to say ‘this or something better for my highest good’ when manifesting to cover yourself.

I next want to talk about love, family and friendships – because let’s face it I think we can all agree on how quickly we give away our power to the ones we love. As an empath, I always want to help people and be the fixer in the situation. I hate nothing more than seeing someone I love suffer or be in pain. Our job as a lightworker is to provide that love and light, comfort and suggest ways to improve that situation. Our job is NOT to fix those problems for someone else, because no matter how hard we try that person has to be willing to change and actually want to help themselves. I’ve been there myself where I gave and gave to try and help someone until I have completely depleted myself of self-love and respect. That wasn’t kind or loving to myself and we must put ourselves first before we can help anyone. So witnessing that you’ve done your best and stop giving to people who just don’t want to help themselves IS reclaiming your power. It’s not your fault and sometimes our best just isn’t good enough for them, that is in no way a fault of yours or that your incapable of helping that person. At the end of the day, we can only heal our own wounds and the first step to healing is witnessing and being open to change.

There are so many scenarios where we can reclaim our power and it’s important that we do so, it’s a loving act and we need to make sure that the people in our life lift us up and energise us not drain and use us constantly. Even in your career are you reclaiming your power and knowing your worth? I believe a lot of reclaiming your power comes down to us realising that we haven’t been respecting our boundaries and believing we are worthy. So we need that wake-up call every now and again to be like ‘Hey I’m a Spiritual Queen and I know I’m worthy of love and respect’. You did not come here for anything less darling so know your worth and take back your power. You do not owe anyone anything, only love and devotion to yourself. You are not responsible for anyone’s happiness but your own – yes, it’s nice to help and give to others (that’s just who we are) as long as it’s not draining you and the person is open and willing to receive help and advice.

Kindness is key here and while it’s amazing to be kind to others – kindness starts from within. Sometimes the kindest and most self-loving thing we can do is to say no, raise our standards or cancel those plans. Choosing kindness in all respects sometimes means it’s not going to please everyone but that’s not your problem. Those who truly love you are just going to love and respect you no matter what. Your inner harmony and peace is what’s important here. So today reclaim your power, trust yourself and trust your power because darling you’re bloomin’ powerful!

I hope this blog post has helped you to remember to always reclaim your power where you can, no one is in control of you or your happiness. I hope you all have a fantastic week and sending you all lots of love xx


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  1. Alice
    30th October 2018 / 12:43 pm

    Saying No is one of the best thing that has always helped me & at times I ought to say it more. Time again I have seen my loved ones going and above in order to help others, when they are simply being taken advantage of due to their own kindness & as a result their own health & happiness suffers. Learning to say No is not rude it’s just sometimes necessary! XX

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