Repressing The Inner Voice ~ Giving Away Power

This is  another  daily om  that resonates  with me  at this  time..learning  to  stand in our power is  an on  going  process..For  some  learning to  stand in their  power mean learning  again that they  are worthy of their power..  that not  all power is  aggressive.. In  some  cases your  power  maybe soft  and  gentle  and  that can  be  more powerful  the  aggressive power..  Again I think it  come   back to  balance..

this is  the  part of  the daily om  that  resonated  with  me

 “All we have to do is have the confidence to listen to our own voice and let it guide us as we make our own decisions in life and remember the necessity for balance.”

unfathomable love  WhiteStar Eagle

January 5, 2011


Repressing The Inner Voice

Giving Away Power

Giving away our power is something we have been taught since childhood by unaware adults in our lives.

In many ways, we are taught from the time we are children to give away our power to others. When we were told to kiss and hug relatives or friends of the family when we didn’t want to, for example, we were learning to override our inner sense of knowing and our right to determine for ourselves what we want to do. This repression continued, most likely, in many experiences at school and in situations at work. At this point, we may not even know how to hold on to our power, because giving it away is so automatic and ingrained.

To some degree, giving our energy to other people is simply part of the social contract, and we feel that we have to do it in order to survive. It is possible to exchange energy in a way that preserves our inner integrity and stability. This begins in a small way: by listening to the voice that continues to let us know what we want, no matter how many times we override its messages.

Other examples of how we give away our power are buying into trends, letting other people always make decisions for us, not voting, and not voicing an opinion when an inappropriate joke is made. But with not giving our power away we must also be aware of the opposite side, which is standing in our power but being aggressive. Being aggressive is a form of fear, and the remedy is to let our inner balance come back into play.

As we build a relationship with our power, and follow it, we begin to see that we don’t always have to do what we’re being asked to do by others, and we don’t have to jump on every trend. All we have to do is have the confidence to listen to our own voice and let it guide us as we make our own decisions in life and remember the necessity for balance.

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