WUE 30 | Resistance

 

The recent political events may have you feeling a lot, but we can overcome them by looking at the bigger picture. Consider the resistance that has been happening and how it has affected the flow of energy. All it does is cause us pain. Challenge and ask yourself what do you really want? Take a look at how it has affected relationships. Look into what we most want the world to be. Don’t get too caught up with the drama if it only does you and the world more harm than good.

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Presidential Inauguration: A Different Perspective

I’m very excited to be with you. I wanted to get something straight right off the bat. I’m not a political person. I don’t have feelings about one side or the other being better or worse or any of that stuff. I’m a visionary, so I see things from a bigger picture and that’s what I’d like to speak about, the bigger picture of what it is that’s going on our planet with this inauguration and with this whole presidential thing. I’d like to share with you what it is that I see. This is how I think and how I live. First, this experience has created a tremendous amount of diversity in our world. I’ve been around a lot of elections before, but being not politically driven, it’s not been that big of a deal to me.

I’m not the kind of person who runs down and marches for certain things and all those other things. It’s awesome if that’s what you’re about and what you love to do, but that’s just not my thing. What’s going on in our world, what I see is a massive amount of diversity that is occurring. We have the Trump supporters and the Trump haters. We have the Clinton supporters and the Clinton haters. We have all the people in the world, most of which are saying, “I don’t want one or the other.” The point is there’s resistance. When we live in a place of resistance, we cause ourselves pain. All resistance is the cause of suffering. What I see in this diversity is that we are all as a collective commissioned with or given the opportunity to decide for ourselves whether we want to be in resistance or whether we do not.

I ask you to look at this. What do you want? What do you want in our society? What do you want in our entire world? If you come to the understanding that what you are thinking, feeling, how you’re acting and contributing to the collective is where the difference in the world is made. It’s not so much about the president. It’s not so much about anything. What’s making the difference is you, what you think, how you be, how you express. We perhaps can all come to an agreement that everything is energy. Your energy is creating a collective consciousness. If there’s a lot of struggle, a lot of diversity, a lot of things that are causing us to feel like, “I’m right and they’re wrong or they’re right and I’m wrong.” It could go either way.

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What happens is our energy goes down. We don’t feel good about ourselves. We feel this feeling of resistance and conflict going on. We can visualize all these little pieces of conflict going out into the world, these little pieces of energy. We are all living inside this collective consciousness world of energy. It’s like going into a bar on Friday night. Maybe you’re not a smoker but you’ll go in and at that point, when smoking is allowed, you couldn’t breathe in the smoke. That’s what happens and as a result, when we are in a position where we’re walking through the world, we are taking on the things that people are consciously and unconsciously thinking. You might think you’re beyond that but I have a news bulletin. If you breathe air, you are part of the collective consciousness and therefore, what are you contributing to the collective consciousness?

This whole presidential thing has become such a magnanimous thing that there are people that won’t talk to other people because they voted for one person or the other. In fact, we have that thing even in my own family. What I suggest to people is that we are in a place where we are fighting against ourselves. It’s fascinating for me to watch them fight for their limitations. Do you fight for your limitations? Is it working for you? Is it changing anything? Are you supporting the world in being a better place to live because of your judgments, your resistances? I don’t think so. It’s something to think about. It’s something to really look at. How are you empowering yourself and how are you empowering the world? Do you think that fighting against Clinton or Trump is raising the vibration and making us all work together more as a collective?

I get that we all have very strong opinions, ideas, and judgments and some have less than others. If you’re one of those people who want to take it to the streets, go for it, but keep in mind what you’re contributing on the street. If you feel that passion to do that, always follow what it is that you’re doing, but I just ask you to think for a moment about what else is occurring because it’s beyond what it is that perhaps you’ve ever thought about. There are a few things that you can do. You can think about what it is that I’m speaking about and take this to every part of your life. Are you fighting against your children, against your partner, against your boss, against your money? Are you putting your focus on what isn’t working?

WUE 30 | Resistance

Resistance: If you are fighting what’s already done, do you think anything valuable will come out of it?

How much energy and focus are you putting on what is working? What if you trusted in the law of the universe, what’s going on? What if you said to yourself, “What if there was something great here that I haven’t seen yet to fight against what is a definition of insanity?” Which we all know means doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. If you are fighting what’s already done, do you think anything valuable will come out of that? I’ll tell you what will come out of it. You’ll feel justified. You’ll feel a certain level of arrogance, “I’m standing up for my rights. I believe in this.” That’s great, except does it give you joy or does it cause you pain? Does the struggle create more resistance and more conflict in other areas of your life because you’re walking around with attitude? Are you separating yourself from people whom you love? Are you keeping yourself from what it is that truly brings you joy?

I’m asking you to contemplate these things. Nothing needs to change if you don’t desire to change it, but many times, we don’t stop to think because we get fired up. We like that drama. We like getting fired up. I enjoy the excitement of certain things in my life too. I ask myself, “What’s my payoff for doing this?” If I’m not aware of what it is that is my payoff, they’re not going to keep doing the same thing over and if I like the payoff, then, “Yahoo.” If the payoff isn’t bringing me joy and it’s not supporting the collective society, then what’s the value of doing that?

What’s the value of us continuing to resist what is? It’s something to take to heart because every area of your life has been affected by this. This separation that we have at a global level is not supporting our world in being connected. It’s not creating a sense of connection between each other. People are afraid to talk to each other. Some people won’t talk to each other because of who they believe in or what they want. That’s like saying, “I can’t love you because you’re a Christian or I can’t love you because you don’t believe in God, or I’m not going to love you because you don’t believe in the same God, guru, or whatever that I do.” Is that unconditional love? Is that living from your heart? Do you want to live from your heart and have the world that you love to be in and have other people feel that way too or not? As a result, you get to look at whether you want to change your perspective.

You can shift and reframe what it is that I’m speaking about here by asking yourself those questions. What’s great about this that I haven’t seen yet? What if I allow the positive, loving energy to come out of me and know that that will change the world rather than, “I can’t stand this. I don’t want this to happen. He can’t do that. She can’t do this.” That’s a fighting energy. Fighting energy does not get us what we want. Some people have told me that they’re very afraid of nuclear war because of what has occurred. Are you at war with yourself or with others? Are you the microcosm of the macrocosm of war? It’s something to contemplate because remember that all of our worlds are occurring from the inside out, so your perspective is what you’re going to see. What our perspective as a collective, which is the important thing about it, is what we’re going to see in the world.

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We’ve got conflict, diversity and all these things. How do you think you can make a difference? By coming into your own center, bringing into a place of neutrality and allowing your factors of love and trust to be what it is. It’s going to make a difference in the world, not fighting against. Fighting against does not bring you what you want. You just create more war. Look at the big picture. Ask yourself what it is that you truly desire and decide for yourself what the true passion in your heart is. Remember, fighting against everything is causing the resistance and all resistance is causing the pain. There’s no point in fighting what is.

I invite you to share this with everyone you possibly can because if we all took a little bit of a shift, took a breath a little bit more often and held ourselves at a place of heart instead of attack, our world would be a very different place. I invite you to speak and to perhaps reframe some of the ways that you’re being. I predict that when you do this, you will see a change in your personal and outer world. You will experience more abundance, more love, more connection with every single part of your life, your business, your money, your children, your partner and the collective at large will become a most amazing experience for each and every one of us.

Thank you for being here with me. I am so appreciative of you. I’m very excited that I’m going to be here with you. If you’d like to know more about this or you would like to have anything, then comment below or private message me because I love connecting with you. Have the most awesome day of your life so far and know that who you are makes a difference. Who you are is changing this world. Don’t you ever think for a moment that what you think, what you say, what you do and how you feel is not affecting everyone? Think about what you’re contributing to the amazing world that we live in. We have so much to be in gratitude for.

Author: Esateys Stuchiner

Esateys (pronounced Ee sáh teez) is an International Life Transformational Speaker, Author, Master Facilitator, Life Coach and Expert in the Human condition. She is a Nationally and Board Certified Nurse Practitioner. For over 30 years, she has practiced, taught and lectured extensively in the allopathic and alternative medicine field.

Esateys is known for her groundbreaking work in the areas of personal empowerment and health restoration using mindset and inner connection as the catalyst for all change.

Esateys describes herself as the ‘Architect of the New You’ and has dedicated her life and professional career to helping her clients create “New Beginnings” by facilitating self empowerment, economic freedom and restored health.

For more information, go to esateys.com.