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5 Ways To Protect Yourself From 3D Programming

By on November 8, 2018 in Spiritual Awakening with 0 Comments
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5 Ways To Protect Yourself From 3D Programming

by Susan Vivyan,
Guest writer,

When you are engaged in any 3d programming from others (service to self) you have several choices:

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1. Retort in 3d responses:

Defend your position, state why they are wrong, and expose via reasoning and justification on your part the error of their ways. Old school responses don’t work anymore. Reasoning, defending, clearly stating who is in the right or wrong…we repeat, old school, old school. You need to take it to the next level of understanding, comprehension, learning for all.

Treat the others as children with compassion. Love the lesson and embrace self-love. If that means resorting to disengaging, distancing, removing you from the situation or person so be it. The levels of truism, old programming arising is similar to separating the wheat from the chaff. When you believe you can calmly state your position by expressing your feelings (how it made YOU feel) without resorting to name shaming, name blaming you are on the road to a higher level of comprehension. Accept your part, apologies included; state your feelings using I statements and if necessary utilize a third party for any negotiations, misunderstandings, clarifications.

2. Love includes self-love and self-protection

Love is not sappy accepting every treatment of abuse toward self. Love is honoring self and acknowledging every feeling that arises from any and all interactions not of the highest good. We advise to let all feelings wash through you. Do not get stuck in the muck. Find ways to disengage, distance yourself from the emotions. We always suggest breath work, yoga, meditation, nature; any (creative) activity which allows you to get from the head to the heart.

3. Love is respecting self as well as others

By this we mean no harm, no fowl with any words, actions or deeds. Misunderstandings do occur. This is when honesty, truth and mediation are necessary. Always state your truth and get help, if necessary, from another party; a trusted friend, professional. However, we are hopeful that no triangulation occurs where the facts get twisted, distorted. Be mindful of your intentions, not bringing another party into the arena resulting in more pain and anguish.

4. Let sleeping dogs lie

In this manner we attest to the fact that sometimes it is better to let the situation run its course and not engage in further discussion. Distant, protect self if necessary by non-engagement or removal from the situation, person in whatever manner that honors you.

5. Be mindful

Breathe, find ways that soothe yourself; that bring you comfort, peace and some semblance of happiness. We know that many are struggling with others at this time whether family or friends. Sometimes it is best to protect self (we repeat) and realize that everyone will be OK. Your path may not be theirs. It’s OK. Find your own way with others who support and comfort you. You are always supported and loved by us. Remember this in your time of learning.

Susan Vivyan; M.A.T. (Art Therapy), B.S. (Art Education); Art Transformative Facilitator/Educator, Writer, Artist. You can find her Soul Essence paintings on Facebook @EssenceArtBySusanVivyan  

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