Being in Transition

February 18, 2015 by  
Filed under Age of Ascension, New Posts

Shift Happens!

Shift happens.  How are YOU handling it?

How are YOU handling it?

The shift from 3-D to 5-D during the last 5 months has been extremely difficult and is also difficult to describe.  This is probably due to the fact that

All aspects of my life have been in flux

simultaneously.

This includes, but is not limited to:

  • my physical well-being (I discovered that all the physical symptoms were actually one integrated pattern of accumulated grief that had never been felt nor healed.);

 

  • my service to others (There were many days when I was asking, “What IS my service to others supposed to be?”);

 

  • my home (It is beyond difficult to keep a home in order and clean when one is Shifting in this way.);

 

  • my animal family members (My 2 senior cats have both decided to prepare to leave their bodies – to make their own transition to the higher realms.);

 

  • my connection and communication with my I Am Presence (Some days the communication flow is clear; other times it’s like thick muck.);

 

  • my emotional state (sad; glad, mad; grumpy; cranky; nyuch-nyuch; et cetera and so forth);

 

  • my ability to express what I’m feeling (It truly leaves me feeling stupid to not be able to think of the word or name I want, but even worse is to not be able to express ideas and feelings and emotions in language at all.  Perhaps we’re becoming a non-verbal form of human?  Is this what telepathic communication will become – no words – just images, knowings, and feelings?);

 

  • what my body wants to eat (I think there was a period of 2 weeks where everything had to be liquid and had to have raw milk in it.  This is just an example of multiple dietary changes and stages.  Some days I have no idea what I want to eat at all!);

 

  • how I’m sleeping (Or not sleeping.  The schedule is like turning a pumpkin into squash – you throw it up into the air and it comes down squash!);

 

  • my sense of time (Not only do I often not know what time it is, but I often don’t know what day, month, or even year it is.) ;

 

  • my self-awareness (What do I want?  What don’t I want?  What am I feeling?  Oh, phooey!  It’s easier to just go to sleep!);

 

  • what my mind finds interesting and boring (Books, movies, radio shows – one minute I’m interested and the next I couldn’t care less.);

 

  • my tolerance for 3-D negativity has declined severely (I no longer want to be around or even hear about abuse, violence, torture and other forms of 3-D manipulation and fear mongering.);

 

  • my sensory system (which is becoming more sensitive so I’ve started noticing odd smells and very quiet sounds, like the clicks of a stainless steel pot of soup cooling on the stove.);

 

  • and the list goes on and on . . . .

Truly, there is no area of my life untouched by the shifts that are occurring.

Living this type of transition leaves me exhausted, frustrated, and discouraged at times.  Yet there are also times when I feel elated, peaceful, and enthusiastic, and connected with the 5-D world we are creating.  It’s my job, of course, to keep myself in the positive flow of Divine Love, so I make the effort daily to do so.

Sometimes I’ve wished  that I could crawl into a coccoon and just sleep through it all.  Of course, that approach would interfere with a central aspect of our transformation, namely:

Awakening our higher Consciousness

and

learning to live from that perspective.

If you are struggling with this shift, remember . . .

YOU DON’T HAVE TO HANDLE THE SHIFT

ALONE.

YOU CAN FEEL BETTER FAST!

 

Check out my services at Rays of Healing Light and see if there is some way I can assist you.  After all, that’s why I’m here on the Earth at this time.  It would be my great pleasure.

Namaste,
Nedda

Comments

10 Responses to “Being in Transition”
  1. Cathy says:

    Yes, thank you Nedda. And I too just thought I was getting old – will have to examine those attitudes! I wish for you the same level of support you gave to all of our family during Joy’s recent transition – at all levels, practical, emotional and spiritual – that is should you need it.

    • Nedda says:

      Thank you, Cathy, for your support. I expect I will need some at various stages along the way. Letting go of being in charge of my animals’ lives is a very big shift for me and I feel I’ve made quite a bit of progress, but you never know until something like this comes along to test you. 🙂

  2. Doug Hagens says:

    I guess this is what is normal when everything is not normal!

  3. Doug Hagens says:

    I guess everything is normal. Thnx for sharing!

  4. Sarrah says:

    OMG this list totally applies to me as well- thank you for posting it Nedda!

  5. Marie-Jeanne de Lange says:

    Dear Nedda, your list touched me very much, almost all the items are mine, my appartment a sort of stable, the furries don’t mind. At the same time I feel age is taing its sort of toll too. I do not have time enough for keeping up with old friends, a feel a bit sorry, but not to much. On one side I feel a mess, on the other side, well, if this has to be…
    un abbraccio!

    • Nedda says:

      Dear Marie-Jeanne,

      I don’t know your age, but what I do know is that, while age can be a factor, your beliefs about aging carry more weight than the calendar date. Perhaps you need to take a peek at how young your really are at heart, and also to stop being hard on yourself. This transition doesn’t give us time to keep up with everything in our lives. We have to live in the NOW moment and do what is essential in each NOW moment and let go of the rest.

  6. Liz says:

    Thank you for sharing this Nedda. It’s comforting to know that we are not alone in what we are experiencing.

    Liz

  7. Navah says:

    Thank you for posting this Nedda! If it were a check list, I would have checked all of them. It also brings me comfort to know I am not the only one processing on such deep levels. It has been a remarkable time of letting old feelings, beliefs and occurrences go! Blessings to your kitties who have transitioned and much love.

    • Nedda says:

      Hi, Navah,

      You are very welcome. I’m glad to know that my unfinished list resonates for someone else. Helps me feel connected, too.

      As for the cats – they are still here in physical. One has just announced her intention to leave soon and the other seems to be deciding the same thing. It will take however long it takes for them to go through their preparations and I’m going to support their natural processes as much as I can.