I receive many ideas and inspirations, like flashes, in the shower. I always have. I suppose for me, the shower is one of the only places I am left alone. I have kids you know. Today's inspiration helps in a super simple way explain about living your Divinity. We are going to talk hair for a minute.
Let's say you have really curly hair, but you don't want your hair to be curly because it isn't the fashion or maybe you were teased as a child for your curly, unruly hair. So now you spend either a ton of money straightening your hair, or maybe you spend a hour using a flat iron to get your hair just so. Or perhaps you dye your hair a completely different color, because you don't like your particular shade. You just aren't happy with how your hair looks. You want someone elses' hair color or texture.
This reminds me of folks not living their Divinity (totally simplified of course). When you aren't living your Divinity, you do not fully embrace who you truly are. You change and mold yourself to be what YOU believe others want you to be. You make choices on what you think you should do, rather than what is the highest choices for your Divine Soul. You flat iron your glorious curls.
Pretending to be someone you aren't takes its toll on your spirit, mind and body. In fact, you may have straightened your hair so much, you don't even remember what your "real" hair looks like. The same with your Divine self. You may have pretended, molded, changed yourself so much by the choices you have made, you just don't know who you truly are anymore. You have forgotten.
Now I am not saying that straightening your hair is bad and changing the color is wrong. What I am saying is that when we truly allow ourselves to just be and experience life through our Divine blueprint of awesomeness, we will be living our highest, most authentic lives. We will be happier and healthier as well. Bonus! Instead of fighting the frizz, embrace it. Until next time...
Caroline Nixon is
an intuitive healer and teacher who wrote two books about what she knows.