Kuan Yin Speaks. Got a stubborn blockage? Stop looking at it.
"Hello! This is Kuan Yin.
A few days ago I offered this guidance to the being through whom these teachings express. This seems to have resonated with people.
Really good guidance this morning from Kuan Yin.
“If there is a stubborn blockage in your life right now, stop looking at it. Go do something else. Many things fall of their own weight when you take your attention away from it.”
There is also a saying that goes,
"What is resisted, persists."
These are ways of saying what physics and spirituality both know, what you give your attention and energy to gains strength.
What are you feeding with your attention? With your worry? It is true that worry is a powerful and effective form of prayer, and never has good outcomes. It will either make the worrier sick, or deeply annoy those who are worried about. Care and concern are one thing, worry seems the same negative pictures in different forms over and over. This creates pathways in the brain, and in your experience that can be challenging to alter.
Anyone who has been frustrated about finding a loving partner can probably attest, as soon as you give up, throw up your hands and say oh the heck with it, something shifts. You then might have devoted all that energy to your work, or your animals, or your hobbies, releasing that tight hold of
Allowing people and events to move and unfold.
Suddenly the work mate you've known for months smiles at you and says,
"Want to take a walk?"
or your prayer partner at church, the checker at the grocery store, the mailman, the lady that cleans your teeth shyly looks into your eyes in a new way...and the door opens.
Staring fixedly at a financial problem is like holding it with a clenched fist. Your heart rate goes up, adrenaline courses through, your stomach is in a knot...thinking thinking thinking. The chances of it shifting are remote when come at in this way.
Do you have a health worry? A funny little pain? Something not moving properly? Age related dis-integrations? Same concept, keep pouring the inflammatory energy of worry on it, and it may bloom into something real.
So, there are things you can do. As mentioned above, turn to what makes you happy, serving others in a real way, volunteer, write, paint, take up running. Anything to break that hold of negative attention. Find productive, involving activity that causes you to look in a different direction.
The pinnacle of possibility here is to understand that humans think they know the best way to do everything from the mortal perspective. This is so 100 percent not true. The mortal perspective is, to quote Master think the pinnacle of possibility here is to understand that humans think they know the best way to do everything from the mortal perspective. This is so 100 percent not true. The mortal perspective is, to quote Master Sha,
"born, live, sick, die."
Over and over and over endlessly. If you had a chance to stop doing that, wouldn't you grab it in a heartbeat?
What do you think the Divine perspective would be? Assuming that you believe in a higher intelligence that we call God, Tao, Source or whatever, can we not also assumed that this infinite wisdom and light knows more than we do, knows exactly what to do, how to do it, and when to do it?
One of the greatest instructions ever,
"Let go and let God."
One little phrase that is truly packed with power, and so terribly hard to do. Humans say, well, ok, for a minute then.
When we grasp that we ARE God expressing itself in a finite way, it gets easier. We're not handing the reins over to some alien entity, it is simply our higher nature, our Soul, the eternal beingness.
As we have discussed, habit is a powerful thing, for good or for ill. We can form a habit of meeting every blockage thought, every worry, every frustration with something better.
Start watching for those things, and when they engage your attention say,
"Tao silent, present moment, Divine living presence and awareness fills me."
Or whatever phrase resonates with you. Whatever takes you to stillness, to higher consciousness even for a few moments, will divert that river of endless monkey mind chatter. Can you do it, 10 times a day? 100? 1000? Until we reach a tipping point of...well...victory?
As always, I recommend meditation, chanting, study and service, until it becomes the preferred way of being.
That is all. I love you."
Kristin Strachan, student of Master Zhi Gang Sha, Kuan Yin Lineage Holder, teacher and spiritual practitioner in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. I am blessed past comprehension. Thank you my spiritual father, Master Sha.
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