Archangel Gabriel DAILY MESSAGE ~ SATURDAY DECEMBER 19, 2020
By: Shelley Young
We spoke yesterday of the importance of discernment. Today we would like to delve into how to tell if information is valid and empowering for you or not. The following will help you discern whether information is in line with your highest good. We suggest you ask the following questions:
Is this information based on love or fear? Is it expansive or restrictive? Is it inclusive and connecting or elitist and separating? Is it empowering to everyone involved? Does this advice involve giving your power away to another or following the advice blindly or does it encourage you to connect with your own wisdom and knowingness? Does it support the highest good of all? Would your inner wise one agree?
Check in with your body. How does your body respond when you feel into the information? Do you feel energy activation within your heart centre? Do you feel goosebumps? Do you feel flow, expansion, ease, or excitement? Does it allow you to be the love? All of these are your soul giving you a resounding yes.
If you feel triggered, fearful, or the energy contracting in your body, particularly in your abdomen, you are getting a clear no. The information you are receiving is not empowering to you and not an energetic match to who you really are. It could be playing to old wounds or experiences of powerlessness that you now have an opportunity to heal and evolve beyond.
Dear Ones, you always know your truth if you take a moment to sit and align with both your heart centre and your own divine guidance. This goes for information you receive through the news and social media, from spiritual teachers, and any messages you may receive yourself through spirit or your intuition. With your conscious awareness and love you will be able to navigate beyond the old structures of control and fear. By honing your discernment you will always be able to know the difference and move forward in ways that support you, the collective, and your planet.
~Archangel Gabriel through Shelley Young