Be good. Have fun, be in tune and everything falls into place as it needs to without having to manipulate the outcome. Think of others before yourself and how outcomes will affect them. Always ask… Just because I can….should I?”
Once, when my sone was little he came home arms loaded with new pencils, a model plane, a water gun and more. He announced with a smile on his face, lollipop dangling from his mouth, that he had won all sorts of prizes at school.
At first I was elated at this accomplishment. Then, my Spidey sense Went off. I asked if the other children had won anything, to which he casually shrugged and said “no mom, just me. ” I inquired further as to how this was possible. With a toothy grin, lollypop still dangling precariously from his lips, he was able to manage a lispy “I used my superpowers!” And went triumphantly to his room.
My sons abilities are to manifest. We called psychic and energetic abilities superpowers. Whatever he wants he seemingly gets. Since his abilities started to present themselves at age 3, we have tried to teach him that just because you can have something doesn’t mean you should.
My jaw still on the floor I followed my young Dr. Strange to his room and asked exactly what he did to win these prizes. He happily told me of how he drew a picture of himself winning the model plane and did, how he asked to be given the number of seeds that were in the jar and he was “…only 3 seeds off mommy!” And other wonderful antidotes of how, in my eyes, he cheated the other kids of opportunities to win colourful and yummy treats.
I have always been one to be okay with having the advantage. However, one has to work for it like an athlete for a medal. Using our abilities to change a circumstance or give us too much of a lead is like doping. That’s not to say we should dumb ourselves down, but instead stay on an even playing field and play fair.
There are times when I play pool that I am itching to tell my captain what the outcome of our night will be. I refrain. I try to block out my own matches so I can have fun and feel the exhilaration of a well met game win or lose. It’s not easy. It takes a disciplined mind to not want to know the outcome. We all love the answers. We all want to know how the movie ends:) Even those who say they do not, I think, would, given the right circumstance love to know what’s going to happen… whether it’s about a loved one or the super bowl. We are all curious.
But then this begs the question…is asking for any answer a cheat. It can be considered as such, again, depending on the circumstance. I won’t tell women when and how they will be engaged for example. Not fair to the poor guy who has probably been planning this event for god knows how long and mustering up the courage to do it for even longer! Total cheat to utilize my abilities like that lol!
In my sons case, like so many with this ability to manifest they can cheat in bigger ways that can help or harm them. Balance is the all.
So when is it okay to use your abilities?
1. In service to others and your community
2. To give closure
3. To empower and enlighten
4. When it is your truth that you feel it is necessary.
Number four is the key. Knowing your truth will always lead you to a choice that is filled with integrity. Anything outside of that is greed, prestige, power.
Where my son is concerned… he returned a few of the prizes after we spoke and told his teacher that he thought it would be nice to share his prizes. ( he kept the best ones;) )
So again, Be good. Have fun, be in tune and everything falls into place as it needs to without having to manipulate the outcome. Think of others before yourself and how outcomes will affect them. Always ask… Just because I can….should I?”
Until next time,
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