Melissa Hevenor
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To Be Worthy

May 9th, 2012

The last few weeks have been amazing. Two spiritual healers from France that I had the pleasure of first meeting at the Expo in Los Angeles came to Florida. I had the pleasure of watching them do their work as they integrate the divine consciousness into the physical body of the person who they pray for, to help an individual actualize consciousness of their divine potential from their light within. They do the healing sessions in large groups and then offer individual sessions. Because I am blessed with the gifts of seeing auras, I can not only feel the vibrational palpitation of the energy they are channeling through, I can perceive the energetic changes the individual is receiving from the healing. As each individual in the group session first stands in front of Jean Michel, he prays asking that their higher self receive exactly what is needed. At this moment, you see the activation of each chakra in the person’s body, open up and align, allowing for a perfect energetic balance. Then the person proceeds to stand in front of Mary Ann, his wife, who calls in divine feminine energy, to heal the individual, creating the perfect harmony between the masculine and feminine energies of Mother and Father G-d. The first time I went up to have the prayers done and receive both of the energies, my friend, Becky, said that I literally lifted off my wheelchair. The vibration experience from the calibration of the divine energy, is so high, I felt as though I had walked into an energy field that surrounded me in a warm blanket of love. Last Thursday, I was lucky enough to receive a private session from these teachers. It begins by Jean Michel doing the prayers, allowing for your heart center to open up, to receive energy and healing for your highest good. Then, you are able to ask questions about anything you like. Before the question portion begins, Jean Michel has you draw a card to tell you which ascended master is a constant guide for you, indicating what a large portion of your divine purpose entails. I drew Paul the Venetian, a guide for creativity, indicating that much of my life purpose would be expressed through writing. Then, whatever question you want guidance about, it is rephrased to, “how does G-d feel about __________?” Again, you draw three cards. If within those cards, there is something negative like a guilt card, Jean Michel uses his energetic antennae to clear out the vibration of that blockage around the issue you are asking about. He continues to do that until you have all positive cards about the subject, allowing him to know when enough healing has been done. Needless to say, this time with Jean Michel and Mary Ann was amazing and lasted about two hours, so that I could get a whole picture of things that concern me and have whatever was needed be cleared to reach the highest potential in that area. Jean Michel spoke in French while Mary Ann translates and takes notes on the session for you, all the while providing insight. After the personal session, I had the honor to attend another group session and do a brief commentary about what was seen energetically as the work was being done. To help them in any capacity is a huge honor. Like anything that is worthwhile, the process of this integrative healing was not easy. I woke up the next morning, with hives, vomiting, diarrhea, headache and feeling like I had a horrible flu times 10. I soon understood that this process was the detoxification of my physical body trying to integrate the divine vibration of the energy he channeled through, to heighten my awareness. With that being said, I would do it all again because I have an inner peace, knowing and understanding I did not have before.

The most healing experience was when I had the privilege of giving Jean Michel a reading. During this process, there was indeed profound information that came through. The hardest thing for me was when I felt my higher self retrieving information to give to him, but my intellectual mind could not process how it was that I, of all the individuals he has worked with on a spiritual journey, was chosen to give this information. This was the moment of true healing, because I was overcome with tears, releasing a lifetime of feeling less or less than, a product of a past in this lifetime, that repeatedly gave me messages confirming this feeling. Despite all the work that I had done, both in therapy spiritually, academically, and theoretically, nothing allowed me to see myself as worthy. G-d understands that I would never be given more than I could handle in my lifetime, and each experience gave me the compassion, insight and shaped me into the lightworker that I am today, however I could not progress on my spiritual journey as long as I still harbored, within some levels of consciousness, this feeling of unworthiness. Although I could not speak a word, as I heard the voice of G-d speak to me and say, “You are more than worthy to give the message, I selected you to do so.” Still continuing to cry, Jean Michel just squeezed my hand, with a great and divine knowing of the release that was taking place, even though I could not speak a word. With time, I was able to compose myself and get my mind out of the way, so my higher self could convey the message.

Fast forward to two days later. I returned home from a busy day of readings, and thought that I saw my kitty enter the kitchen. When I called her, she came to me from a complete opposite direction of the house. I quickly asked my guide if there was a kitty in spirit visiting my house. Then, my guide said, “No, that is your kitty. She is teaching herself how to spiritually travel through the house, so that she can navigate when it is time for her to cross.” Hearing this message, I had an incredible sense of peace and surprisingly, gave it very little thought. This morning, I woke up full of happiness and was preparing to do my mantras and prayers. My kitty, who had not slept with me last night, quickly approached and I recognized that she had not slept with me for the past week or so, something very unlike her. As she approached me, I noticed her eyes looked dull, where they are usually full of a sparkle. I instinctively went to give her healing, and before I could place healing hands on her, I heard, very loudly, in my mind, “No, Mama, don’t, I am getting ready to go.” Even though hearing with such clarity, was heartbreaking, I have a strength and peacefulness about it. Something I never had when even entertaining the idea of my beloved baby leaving, even though she is 14, and has lived a very purposeful, happy life with me. I say purposeful because she has served as my confidante, companion and she is an amazing healer in her own right. In fact, when I was quite sick last year, with thyroid disease that had not been diagnosed, she would constantly come and lay with me, however, she would lay her paws over my neck area, and remain there constantly if I let her. She also would purr with such strength, she sounded like an actual motor. I knew that the vibration of a cat’s purr was very healing, so it was her way of giving me “Kitty medicine.” I also began to realize that for the last 48 hours, she had been purring constantly, even when I was not touching her, and I came to understand that cats sometimes purr when something’s wrong to regulate homeostasis in their body, In the beautiful design of the universe, I am leaving to go out of state in a few days very soon, and I know in her core, she is trying to hang on until I leave. When I think of her dedication, and the way that we are kindred spirits, to the point that I do not have to use my voice to call her, but mentally think in my mind, “Come Kitty, come,”and she comes. My intellectual mind tells me how was I ever worthy enough to be given the gift to be her owner. She is extraordinary, but at the same time, I recognize she chose me because I would be a Mama capable of connecting with her on a divine consciousness level, where she would be unconditionally loved and appreciated. Therefore, each and every component, moment, emotion and detail of the journey has been divine in order and extraordinary, helping me understand that the issue is never to be worthy, but to walk in a universal worthiness that we all are equal, and we have to walk in that equilibrium.

One Purpose for All, Sharing G-ds Light in Ways Big and Small

April 24th, 2012

Before we enter the physical world, there is a map with our life’s plan. G-d must approve the plan, for every woman and man. We choose our parents from heaven above, understanding that being in the family will provide us with spiritual growth and love. G-d provides us with one amazing tool, a Divine spark, to lead us in life’s journey, as we learn on Earth in spiritual school. No matter what pathway might be on our map, there’s one divine goal G-d asks us to fulfill. It is to share that spark as part of his Will. No matter what darkness we may have to endure, the infinite love and illumination of G-d’s grace found in each one’s light, will make all evil and wickedness take flight. So, know deep within your heart, if you work hard to share your light, you have fulfilled much of your life’s purpose and made G-d’s heart dance with delight.

The Magic of Mantras to Center Oneself

April 16th, 2012

At the age of 13, I had an opportunity to spend time with Tibetan monks. As dysfunctional as my natural family was, they never forced me to follow their own belief system and when I showed interest in Buddhism, my mother wrote a letter requesting that I get to stay in a monastery with 12 monks. A female guardian was assigned to make sure I was well looked after, and it was 3 of the best weeks of my adolescence. I learned techniques and philosophies that helped shape my present spiritual journey. Although my gifts have always been a vital part of my existence, the mandalas that I learned and the meditation practice, have stayed with me in times of crisis during the early years of my life. Experiencing some life changes presently, which are definitely positive but also stress-provoking, I was recently reminded of the chanting practice by a client who showed me a recent clip of Tina Turner chanting the Nam-Myoho-Rengo-Kyo. This mantra is by far my favorite. It connects one to mystic law that reminds us we are connected to all creation and in the center of us lives the essence of Divinity, if we seek such a connection. I often mention my prayer, meditation and mantra practice on Facebook, and after doing so, a client messaged me and asked if I could send an example of what the mantra chanting sounds like, so she could model herself after my practice. Being that she was messaging me from Australia, it was 2:30 in the morning, and I was rather tired, but decided that G-d was asking me to serve at that moment, by helping someone connect, so I recorded a brief segment of my chanting practice. However, I intended to send it by private message, but due to being tired, I accidentally placed it on my public page. I am a firm believer that all things happen the way they were supposed to, and as a result, I received the most beautiful e-mail from someone who has been practicing this mantra for 35 years, and she sent me the most inspiring e-mail that I will cherish forever. When you first begin chanting the mantras, you may feel a little silly or awkward, but if you work hard to feel very present while reciting them, and believe with all your heart in their power to change your life, they will. In fact, many of the beautiful blessings that I am facing today result from my mantra prayer and meditation practice. Mantras are magical and sacred and should be treated as such, but I also feel it is important to share about these practices so that others can receive the same blessings that they invoke. With love and happy OM-ing, Melissa

Savoring the Moment to Appreciate the Journey

April 11th, 2012

I have been blessed recently with the joy and honor of doing many readings, everything from psychic readings to medical intuitive readings and/or mediumship readings. Doing these readings that are sacred and special only solidifies my joy and honor to do this work. I also continue to teach numerous classes and so enjoy the connection with my students. One of the things I was reminded of this week is the importance of our thoughts and how every action begins with a thought. Therefore, a thought, in energetic terms, is definitely a deed. Of course, we oftentimes have negative thoughts about a person, but in having these thoughts, we usually only solidify the reason that we’re feeling negatively towards the person to begin with. And it’s better to stop those negative thoughts as quickly as we can and instead replace them with thoughts of love. To encompass positivity, we will have more reasons to feel blessed and stay positive. In teaching my students about psychic attacks, I began the conversation with how many of us here have had a negative thought about a person, and spent at least two minutes putting energy into those thoughts. That, on a small scale, is a psychic attack. Therefore, it is important to protect ourselves, by asking the angels and our gods to protect us as we go out into the world. Being mindful of protection is not an indication that we view the world negatively, but it embodies the idea that we must care for ourselves as often as we care for others.We must do the same as we embark on life’s journey on this earth plane.

Every day I’m amazed by the power of Spirit, and our ability to connect to that Divine Source when we have the purest of intentions and are striving to do good. If we all make an effort to improve our thought process, we could easily take steps to a brighter world. One of the hardest recurring lessons for myself is to remember to stay in the present, but one hobby I have indulged in recently is taking photographs with my phone, as I keep an eye out for artistic demonstrations of G-d’s creations. It allows me to be very present in the moment. Contemplating the shapes and colors that make up everything, from the contrast of the wooden table that my laptop is placed upon as it holds the silvery construct square that embodies my laptop. This, in itself, is a piece of art, when you notice the details and colors that make up each of these objects, as they combine to make it easier for me to do my work. This is just a small vehicle the magic and beauty of everything that can serve witness to, when we can take the time to appreciate the moment, and recognize the blessings before us. Enjoy each moment of your life, as your life could change at any moment, and the journey is so much more importanat than the destination.

Water Angels - Part 2

April 2nd, 2012

When I wrote about the dolphins in my last blog, I mentioned how, as a child, I preferred going to Sea World over Disney World, and felt a strong connection to dolphins. Little did I know, this love of mine only contributed to the exploitation of these animals. I feel so passionately about this cause and the tragedy of what dolphins are undergoing in the fishing community of Taiji, Japan, that I watched The Cove, a documentary done by Luis Psihoyos, along with Jim Clark, who are both part of the Oceanic Preservation Society. A large contributor to the documentary was Ric O’Barry. Ric O’Barry was the trainer who trained Flipper, two bottlenose dolphins that played Flipper on the hit 1960’s sitcom. After the television series ended, Ric began to realize that these mammals did not belong in captivity. He began to understand that the dolphins have a sense of self. When he would pull the television out to the large pool where the dolphins were held at his house where the show was filmed, so he could watch the series with them outside, and after doing this, he could tell that the dolphins were able to distinguish when it was them on camera. Once the show ended, his beloved dolphin committed suicide as dolphin can control their breath and must take a breath after extended time under water. The dolphin swam into Ric’s arms and refused to take another breath. He goes on to explain that after the dolphin known as Flipper died, he made a vow to free dolphins from captivity and the next day, was arrested for trying to free two dolphins from Miami Seaquarium. He explains that he began to recognize that Flipper was becoming more and more depressed and believed that because it is not uncommon for dolphins to swim up to 40 miles a day, spending the morning swimming in the surf with other large pods, and then swimming up to 24 miles away for feeding, the limited space in the cement pools of captivity, cause the dolphins great stress. Dolphins also have an extreme sensitivity to sound. In fact, they have the strongest sonar capabilities of any creature. Therefore, the sound of the water splashing against the cement walls of a pool can also trigger great stress. In the fish houses that can be found within any aquarium that holds whales and dolphins in captivity, there are large quantities of Maalox that dolphins are given regularly because of the severe ulcers they suffer from, due to the stress. Also, because of their sensitivity to sound, the clapping, babies crying and other unnatural sounds that the dolphin would commonly hear from audience members watching their stadium-sized shows, can further aggravate the ulcers. Dolphins use their exceptional sonar ability to see right through things in the water. In fact, they can see a human being’s heartbeat, circulation and if a human is pregnant all through the water. When dolphins were first becoming a commodity in captivity after Flipper’s success, they kept dying in the Baltimore Aquarium. The trainers finally figured out that the filtration system in the water was making so much noise it was killing them. This incredible auditory sense is also the vulnerability that allows the Japanese fishing community to capture these mammals. About twelve boats go out at a time, and bang on a large metal pole that is descended into the water, attached to a metal plate. When all twelve fishermen boats are actively banging on these poles, the sound ripples through the ocean, as it vibrates off the metal platform, deep in the water, and scares the dolphins, causing them to flee away, into a valley area where there are nets that prevent them from escaping. They are held captive in this netted area for 24 hours, and the next morning trainers from all over the world, go down into the water, and hand pick the dolphins they want for amusement. For the dolphins that are chosen, the fishermen receive anywhere from $100,000-200,000 per dolphin. For the dolphins that are not chosen, the fishermen soon spear them, stabbing them to death and then selling the meat to fish markets for approximately $600. Ric O’Barry has tirelessly tried to end this horrific killing for years, and even offered to get outside funding to provide the same fisherman community with the equivalent financial gain if the fishermen restrained from killing and capturing the dolphins. Over and over again, the community has responded that it’s not about the money, it’s about the principle and helping the government, as killing the dolphins are considered a form of pest control, as the government in this area continues to blame the dolphins for the fish decline in global fisheries since 2003. The Journal of Science projects that if we continue to fish globally at the rate that we are currently depleting these natural resources, within 40 years there will be a total collapse of the world’s fish stock. If this happens, it will cause a ripple effect of starvation for the areas that rely heavily on seafood for survival. Therefore, many Japanese fisheries have begun making up for the decline by replacing it with dolphin meat. Dolphin meat is known for high levels of mercury, the only radioactive chemical that can not be cooked out of meat. In fact, because of industrial pollutants, the mercury levels in all fish has increased, and the higher quality fish on the food chain are more heavily laced with mercury, because they consume the smaller fish that are becoming contaminated with this radioactive material. Mercury toxicity can lead to Alzheimer’s, dementia, autism, loss of speech, loss of hearing and severe memory loss. Mercury is the most toxic radioactive chemical and levels in the environment have risen 1-3% every year since the Industrial Revolution, due to the burning of fossil fuel.

All of this information I absorbed after watching this beautifully done, but heart-wrenching documentary. At the end, the filmmakers showed footage from hidden cameras that they had placed underwater, in trees, and in surrounding rock formations in what has become known as Death Valley for the dolphins. By sneaking out at night and placing them in man-made creations that look like bird nests and rocks, the filmmakers did make every effort to do this legally, but they were prohibited by the local government to bring any cameras into Taiji. The government officials provided a map of all the off-limit areas, which Luis Psihoyos used as a road map to where he needed to have the cameras placed. They also elicited the help of two famous deep-sea divers, who have endlessly captured footage of the depleting coral reefs in an effort to educate the public about the depletion of the ocean. They were happy to be a part of this mission, as they described the wonderment of swimming alongside free dolphins, who would swim right up to them and play.

I have now decided to serve as part of the next generation to help the dolphins and serve as an activist and spokesperson for all animals. Dolphins are gentle, healing creatures who Mother Nature has blessed with an expression of an endless smile, but it is up to us to create an environment that resembles the beauty and joy expressed in their faces. Not only is it important to help animals, which I believe are much more spiritually evolved than us as humans, but also to work dutifully so that generations to come can be blessed by a flourishing ocean all over the world. Someday I hope to write Water Angels Part III, where the travesty in Taiji, Japan, has ended, because as of September, 2011, through March 2012, the fishing season and killing of dolphins continues to thrive. It is not uncommon for up to 23,000 dolphins to be killed per year.

Keeper of the Water Angels

March 16th, 2012

Recently, I have had the joy and opportunity of teaching classes on various spiritual topics, and I love the element of teaching and it has always been part of my life purpose plan. As a lover of learning, and a professional student myself, I continue to study in order to become a better teacher. I recently began seeking knowledge about the spiritual connection between us, as humans, and animals of all kinds, just to understand, at a deeper level, what animals and our connection are possibly meant to teach us as spiritually evolving beings. Over the course of this exploration, a dear soul sister of mine recently informed me about the tragedy going on continually in an area of Japan known as The Cove. The fishermen population that inhabit the Cove view dolphins as fish, disregarding them as members of the mammal species, and therefore, as highly intelligent marine animals. They are using large fishing nets with shiny objects embedded in the netting to intrigue the dolphins who are playing freely in the water to come close to the nets. Once the dolphins do come into contact with the net, they are trapped, and then are, horrifically, stabbed to death by spears by divers, assisting the fishermen to retrieve the dolphins. The dolphin meat is then later sold to Japanese school children as tuna fish and the majority of consumerists have no idea about the deception that is going on. Dolphin meat is most certainly not meant for human consumption, as scientists have discovered that it contains high levels of mercury and its consumption can lead to serious harm. It is the fishermen’s goal to secretly provide the dolphins as meat so that young children will acquire a taste for it and, therefore, support continued marketing of the dolphins for monetary gain. Some of the dolphins that are captured and viewed as attractive are intentionally injured before being sold to theme parks, so that the buyers are led to believe they were rescued. An Australian filmmaker secretly filmed the practices of these fishermen for a documentary called “The Cove.” I was only able to watch a small portion of the You Tube video portraying part of the documentary before being brought to tears. So many of these dolphins are being killed daily, that there is footage in the YouTube video where the ocean looks like it is covered by a blanket of blood.

I have a strong connection to dolphins ever since I was very little and I recently learned that because I was born on a Saturday, one of the angels that is personally assigned to me is Cassiel. Cassiel is the angel that is known as the “Keeper of the Dolphins.” In fact, when I was a little girl, I would much rather spend the day at Sea World, hovering over the dolphin pools, than spending it at the Magic Kingdom. When I graduated with my first bachelor’s, my graduation gift was to go to Honolulu. During this voyage, I had the miraculous honor of swimming with a dolphin. This experience only compounded my admiration for dolphins, who I would later coin “Water Angels.” My sister and her boyfriend accompanied me on this trip, and they were the first to embark on swimming with Matilda, the dolphin. She was happy and playful, and with an elegant speed, she glided across the water, as first, my sister, and then her boyfriend, grabbed hold and away they went. Once they were across to the other side of the pool, they quickly climbed out of the pool and walked around to the starting point. Seeing the speed at which she pulled them, I became anxious, wondering whether or not I had the strength to hold myself onto Matilda. When it was my turn, instinctively knowing that I was different than the first two, Matilda waited patiently until I took a hold of her fins with both hands. Then, sensing that I was secure, she gently pulled me across the pool, at less than half the speed that she pulled the other two. Then, when we reached the other side of the pool, she instinctively knew that I was not able to stand and walk back to other side where we began. So, she gently turned and brought me back to our starting point. This experience was so healing for me, on many levels. First, it was amazing to be able to do an activity that both my able-bodied sister and her boyfriend were able to do, having a sense of freedom that I sometimes lack, due to limitations. Secondly, a deeper acceptance of my differences was gained because Matilda and I connected on a spiritual level because of those differences. In fact, when the swim was over, she gently pressed her face up against mine, as to express love and I kissed her repeatedly for several minutes. Her unconditional acceptance of me as I was, is seldom experienced with other human beings. This was not the first time I had a healing experience from dolphins. Over the course of my life, due to my cerebral palsy, which leaves me with a compromised immune system, I have found myself ill on several occasions where the sound waves of dolphins’ communication have served as a healing tool. For example, having suffered from migraines since the age of 7, it was a blessing when I found a holistic healer, massage therapist, who used dolphin sound waves to help break the cycle of pain brought on by the migraines. These same sound therapies, along with visualizations, meditations and energy healings, have been instrumental in helping me to recover from other physical illnesses.

The purpose of the documentary “The Cove,” is to bring about awareness to this horrific massacre on these “water angels.” Fortunately, many of Hollywood’s elite celebrities have stepped in to try to fix this problem. If you find yourself moved to want to lend a hand, to stop this senseless killing, go to www.takeaction\savethedolphins.org I have personally decided to make it part of my ongoing mission to advocate for all animals, including these beautiful “water angels” who have touched my spirit so deeply, and I will allow my guardian angel, Cassiel, to use me as an instrument to help serve as keeper of the dolphins.

Life is about Continuing to Learn

March 5th, 2012

Lately, I have been lucky enough to teach classes at a beautiful center in Coral Springs where the energy is phenomenal. One of my favorite things about the Loving Lotus Center is that people of all ages and all walks of life come there to learn and they are so thirsty and open for knowledge. The most recent class I taught was a pendulum class. Pendulum is an instrument that consists of a crystal on the end of a chain about 12 inches in length, and the crystal is typically a cylinder shape. This pendulum is held between two fingers at the top end of the chain, and the movment of the crystal at the end, is used to answer questions about your life. This instrument has been used for thousands of years, and works on the energetic movement of guides and angels who are trying to use something tangible to communicate information. Pendulums have also been used to detect blockages in the chakra points, helping healers to know where to conduct the healing on the client receiving treatment. If the pendulum is held correctly over the chakra points, it will move counter-clockwise when there is a blockage in the chakra and clockwise when the chakra is healthy and working properly. Therefore, during yesterday’s class, I helped the students use their pendulums and interpret the movement that they see on a regular basis, when working with a pendulum. I love teaching because you are able to teach something, it is the best indication that you not only know the subject well, but I often find that students force me to improve my connection with my guide because they often come up with questions that I do not know the answers to therefore, aI have to consult Robin, my spirit guide, profound that benefits my own spiritual journey, Therfore, no matter what plans I make in preparation for the class, Spirit always leads and healing always occurs for me and the students involved. It is truly an amazing experience and no class is ever the same. Therefore, always embrace the opportunity to continue learning. It can only enhance and promote more positivity in your life and in the lives of others. Life is about continuing to learn.

Life is about Continuing to Learn

March 5th, 2012

Lately, I have been lucky enough to teach classes at a beautiful center in Coral Springs where the energy is phenomenal. One of my favorite things about the Loving Lotus Center is that people of all ages and all walks of life come there to learn and they are so thirsty and open for knowledge. The most recent class I taught was a pendulum class. Pendulum is an instrument that consists of a crystal on the end of a chain about 12 inches in length, and the crystal is typically a cylinder shape. This pendulum is held between two fingers at the top end of the chain, and the movment of the crystal at the end, is used to answer questions about your life. This instrument has been used for thousands of years, and works on the energetic movement of guides and angels who are trying to use something tangible to communicate information. Pendulums have also been used to detect blockages in the chakra points, helping healers to know where to conduct the healing on the client receiving treatment. If the pendulum is held correctly over the chakra points, it will move counter-clockwise when there is a blockage in the chakra and clockwise when the chakra is healthy and working properly. Therefore, during yesterday’s class, I helped the students use their pendulums and interpret the movement that they see on a regular basis, when working with a pendulum. I love teaching because you are able to teach something, it is the best indication that you not only know the subject well, but I often find that students force me to improve my connection with my guide because they often come up with questions that I do not know the answers to therefore, aI have to consult Robin, my spirit guide, profound that benefits my own spiritual journey, Therfore, no matter what plans I make in preparation for the class, Spirit always leads and healing always occurs for me and the students involved. It is truly an amazing experience and no class is ever the same. Therefore, always embrace the opportunity to continue learning. It can only enhance and promote more positivity in your life and in the lives of others. Life is about continuing to learn.

Love Conquers All When It Is In Its Purest Form

February 28th, 2012

Lately, I have been faced with decisions about being true to myself while following my dreams and conforming to the visions held for me by influential people. As opportunities in Hollwood arrive, it is easy to find oneself molding to the perfect version of who you are, and compromise is always a positive thing, however, when you compromise to the degree that you lose sight of yourself, a problem has arisen. In making plans for the future, I have recently learned how even with the best intentions of communicating my needs and who I am, that presentation can still be distorted, by those around you to fit their version of the perfect you. Love is about acceptance and recognizing what makes another person soar and doing your best to help them reach those heights, without making your assistance conditional or riddled with resentment. Compromise is always a vital ingredient to make any relationship work, but the degree of that compromise has to be comfortable and still allow you to be your own person. No one is ever perfect, but recognizing those imperfections and being willing to work together to make them manageable or minimal, is necessary in order for any relationship to remain healthy. I hope that in the future, I can look back and say, with satisfaction, that I was willing to compromise a reasonable amount and stay true to myself at the same time. Self-love is the root of any healthy relationship and it must be balanced with a love for unity, among you and another. I am still a believer that love conquers all, when it is free from ego and conditions.

Love Conquers All When It Is In Its Purest Form

February 28th, 2012

Lately, I have been faced with decisions about being true to myself while following my dreams and conforming to the visions held for me by influential people. As opportunities in Hollwood arrive, it is easy to find oneself molding to the perfect version of who you are, and compromise is always a positive thing, however, when you compromise to the degree that you lose sight of yourself, a problem has arisen. In making plans for the future, I have recently learned how even with the best intentions of communicating my needs and who I am, that presentation can still be distorted, by those around you to fit their version of the perfect you. Love is about acceptance and recognizing what makes another person soar and doing your best to help them reach those heights, without making your assistance conditional or riddled with resentment. Compromise is always a vital ingredient to make any relationship work, but the degree of that compromise has to be comfortable and still allow you to be your own person. No one is ever perfect, but recognizing those imperfections and being willing to work together to make them manageable or minimal, is necessary in order for any relationship to remain healthy. I hope that in the future, I can look back and say, with satisfaction, that I was willing to compromise a reasonable amount and stay true to myself at the same time. Self-love is the root of any healthy relationship and it must be balanced with a love for unity, among you and another. I am still a believer that love conquers all, when it is free from ego and conditions.

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