We have this skewed idea that our human self is filled with imperfections. And that the spirit part of us is all-knowing, patient, and is socially fluid, knowing just what to say, and when to say it. There is a concept that we become these flawless beings, both physically and energetically, as we ascend.
But many of us were in for a surprise when we discovered that our soul isn’t interested in pleasing anyone out there, isn’t interested in social decorum, and can be quite direct and even annoying. Our soul won’t compromise its joy, its freedom. It will probably not remember everyone’s name, or birthdays. We will not necessarily be the most popular kid on the block.
It’s most definitely not a people pleaser.
Our soul doesn’t tolerate the b.s. It won’t allow feeding from others. It’s compassionate but doesn’t pity anyone. It’s not terribly patient. So being the perfect person needs to be released from ascension expectations.
That’s the good news, because hasn’t our human self spent a lifetime trying to fit in, and trying to be accommodating and loving to others? And when we were anything less than the good child, the good friend, the good whatever, we felt guilt. We wore masks and always tried to be on our best behavior.
There was little room for just being our human, ‘imperfect’ selves.
And that’s the point, that perfect does not exist. It’s a man-made construct used to beat ourselves and others over the head. And what happens naturally as we ascend, and as we integrate our eternal self into our human self, is that we no longer are capable of truly hurting anyone. We are not in a consciousness of aggression. We are not trying to ‘inflict’ our truth upon anyone. So if others feel hurt by our words or actions, or even just our presence, it is because something in them got triggered that they are not willing to look at.
And we know what that’s about, since we had so much triggering in ourselves throughout this process.
We no longer feel the need to be perfect, because we understand that is not real. We are going from trying to serve others to truly being in service.
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