posted on Jul, 7 2008 @ 10:35 PM
Originally posted by bobbyboy
sorry, can't. i started something and now i need to get rid of these powers. do you have any idea of how to get rid of them?
It's very simple. You just let go.
There are a number of things that come into play here:
1. IMO - people don't possess 'powers' persay. That which any of us do is merely that which we are granted to do. As such it is not us as a person
that 'holds' such ability, rather we are merely the conduits, the hands, the servents of whatever 'power' has imparted those things to us.
2. Keep your ego out of it. Ego is a pollutant to any work you may be called to do. When we personalise, when we attempt to extract any ego or kudos
or fame/infamy from whatever it is we do then we also run the risk of placing ourselves in a position of distance from that
'power/force/energy/God/Good/whatever term you choose' that has - for want of a better way of describing it - granted us the mandate to operate. We
are called and imbued for specific reason, with specific parametres, and all that you do should be done for a)the benefit of those you are called to
serve, and b)the glory of that which has called you to serve.
To step outside that, that mandate, is to operate in a position of unsafety. Your safety is your adherence to your 'mandate'. Your safety is the
firm understanding that you are servant not master. Your safety is found in remaining under the cloak and coverage of that which has sent you.
3. Always - ALWAYS - give over what you do to that which allows you to do it. It is that power/force/whatever that carries and disperses any flack or
rebuke that may follow from what you do...as long as you do it truthfully and dutifully.
...from my own personal perspective that 'power/force/whatever' is what I term God. Its for His/Gods glory alone...and so remaining mindful of that,
giving thanks for the honour of servitude and serving with a pure and focussed heart brings safety. Do not force the issue. Do not seek to be 'more'
or 'greater'. Do not envy or crave for anything else than what you may have been granted - to do so is again to risk. Serve and be thankful for it.
Do not operate outside your 'mandate' - how do you know when you're operating outside your mandate? Oh, you'll know...you'll *feel* it, you'll
*feel* the unsafety. Trust your gut/instincts/inner-voice...for often that is the power/force/whatever indication you're walking upon ground that is
shakey for you.
...just my own opinion anyway...