“The way I see it”. This expression is so often associated with opinion, sometimes intensely stated. What if this phrase “the way I see it” meant something very different? Could the way we see things be supportive, enlightening, even healing for the person we’re speaking with?
Allow me to share with you a little bit about my background. For over 30 years I have offered intuitive sessions. One of the unique qualities of these sessions is the perspective shift I take before the session begins. This is a skill honed over many years. Does the recipient of the session know this shift is taking place? No, but they appreciate it.
Why do I share this information with you now? Just yesterday I gave my holiday time to a treasured friend in need. So much had happened to my friend, it could be summarized as feeling like he’d “stepped into the hornet’s nest”. I know I’ve had that feeling at times in my life. Many of us can think back to times we’ve been there, too. I wonder how many readers will find this article just to help them understand the hornet’s nest they stand in midst of now. There is hope, and there is help.
What do we do when we see someone in the midst of the hornet’s nest? We all have opinions, and can share what we think and feel. That is not my role. I serve by shifting my perspective from my own beliefs and desires. I could be thought that shifting perspective is stepping away from love and caring. This is the furthest from the truth.
Making this shift can be the hardest thing to do, especially when we care about a person, but it is the greatest step toward doing what is right. So what is right? I find that stepping aside from my agenda, and focusing solely on the soul-based needs of my clients and friends is the fastest route to their understanding and healing. There is always time later for “me and you”, our relationship, and our day-to-day agenda. For now, during the session space, the only thing of importance is restoring the soul so that healing can take place.
A Time For Healing
This is “the way I see it”. You may have had a time when you have experienced shifting into that soul-based perspective, and find this moment is your time of realizing what had happened. You may have been on the receiving end, knowing how it feels when someone speaks to you in such an open, excepting way.
Change comes easily when we shift our perspective. We forget how to be guarded, or how to fight for something that no longer serves us. It’s not always easy to understand how it feels to be in such a state, the open yet sacred space that is created when we shift perspective. Some things take direct experience to understand. Once there, it can serve us to recognize that state of being, so we can appreciate it, and even appreciate our power as a soul in this physical world.
© 2013 Estee Taschereau.Kavi Saphala, IntuitiveMeaning.com
Kavi’s greatest love is assisting others shift into the comfort of acceptance and appreciation. This relational, open-hearted energy carries into my many interests: photography, symbiotic gardening, long walks, and enjoying nature. Ready for a shift in your own world? Sessions available by appt.
Image credits: JJ Harrison, Sunset at Honeymoon Bay, Freycinet Peninsula, Tasmania, Australia.