Sunday, 12 October 2014
Ptaah on Exhaustion, Love and Healing
Message from P'taah
Channelled through Jani King, October 2014
Q: We have a question that asks, "I am having some major feelings of exhaustion. No matter how much I rest and sleep, I always feel exhausted. It has become more critical over the past few weeks. I have to work and it takes more energy than I have to do that with the little leftover. P'taah, can you help me pinpoint the problem?"
P'taah: Let us say that the idea called exhaustion, called almost not being able to cope, everything too hard, too much, is created from stress. And the idea called stress comes from the projection of a negative outcome. Usually that has nothing to do with what is occurring in the Now, but rather what is projected into a future.
So we would say, first of all, the idea is to nurture the body, to nurture every part of you, but to nurture yourself, we would say. If you are tired, stop and sleep or rest or do something very delicious for yourself.
We would say this idea called exhaustion is always created by an idea that there is too much to do and not enough time. Well, you create the time. You are not having enough joy out of life. And you see, no matter what you do, no matter what scenario you have created in your life, there is always another way - another way to look at the situation, another way to be in the situation.
So, the idea of exhaustion is simply that you are not taking enough care, not being mindful, not paying attention. So it is to look at the old ideas that keep you stuck in the situation where you think you must do this or you must do that and we would say why?
And the idea that somebody else is there to judge you. Well, you know, the most judgement is what you put upon yourself. If you can just relax into it all and do as it feels at the moment, then this physical exhaustion will not be. Of course you all get tired when you are physically very active or even when you are mentally very active. Then we say "stop." When you become tired, stop.
Q: You know, one thing that I am finding - and fortunately, I have some mirrors who are very wonderful in pointing it out to me in a very kind way - my languaging is very often quite negative. I see the negative side of things a lot more often I would believe I do. And I'm not even aware of it, it's so habitual. And I wonder how many of us do that, have a negative expectation. It is such a habit.
P'taah: It is habitual and as you learn to live with attention, so you may change that. You know, sometimes it is almost like a superstition with you all that you cannot be the positive in case you anger the gods of good luck. So it is almost that you are obliged to speak negatively so that you will not attract the negative to you.
Q: Yeah, we tip toe through life so we don't get the negative god's attention!
Q: I have one more from a person who asked what the best things are that we can do for each other so that healing can occur?
P'taah: To love each other. There is nothing else.
If each of you would display the love that you would desire for yourself, then you would all assist each other. Of course, the truth is that the healing can only take place within oneself. But, of course, to assist, to be there to nurture and to support, it is simply to love and to display this in whatever way is appropriate for the situation.
You know, beloved ones, to be the love is also to be the love for you and to acknowledge truly that which you fear, no matter how you dress it up, and not to make it bad or wrong.
If your children were babies again and if you saw them reacting in a way that showed their fear, you would not berate them. You would embrace them and say "it is all right, beloved, nothing to be afraid of. You are totally loved," would you not?
Q: Yes, yes.
P'taah: So why can you not do that with yourselves, with those little parts of you that are still the child, still the little ones, still afraid. That is showing the love. And as you become more and more adept at doing this for yourself then so it is you become more and more adept at being this for other peoples. To recognize also that you are a gift for other peoples.
Q: That's beautiful. Harder to see for us, I think, but certainly that's very true.
P'taah: As you more and more treat yourself with love, more and more acknowledge the truth of you, that which you judge to be negative as well as that which you judge to be positive, so you are recreating more and more the balance. So you are creating more and more health.
It is simply required that you live with attention. The habitude is not only to think negatively very often, but the habitude is also to brush aside and not to acknowledge those aspects about yourself that you really do not want to acknowledge. The stuff that you feel is perhaps naughty or bad, not up to standard, does not exemplify a Goddess or a God in bud ready to flower. Whereas the truth is until you can acknowledge it, accept it and embrace it, you cannot flower. You will forever remain a bud and that is all right, because after all, buds are perfect, you see? Does it make sense to you?
Q: It makes perfect sense. P'taah. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
P'taah: Indeed. It is always such a joy to have this opportunity to reflect to you all that which can assist you in your day-to-days to have more fun, to have more delight, to have more intensity of joy. And to remind you that one of your major missions in this life is to find more and more ways to express love. All right, my beloved?
So it is with such love that we issue forth to you and to all, Namaste and to remind you that you are eternally cradled in the heart that be I. Farewell.
Q: Farewell. Thank you, P'taah.