Updated: May 30
Is it a tradition, or is it a trap?
Tradition holds value as long as the foundational beliefs are still relevant, however many of those foundational beliefs have been replaced with customs that are more inclusive and accepting of differences.
This week’s theme of expansion has been coming in STRONG! Many old narratives and self-imposed limitations have been pulled up to be looked at again.
Wednesday I talked a lot about our inner convictions and how they can keep us locked in a personal prison, today- we are looking at traditions.
The universe isn’t being nice anymore. It’s ramping things up, telling us that it’s time to get serious and stop messing around. For us to anchor in the new changes that our Soul craves, we must first do our own work, becoming the change we wish to see in the world. What better way to end the week than to reflect on those traditions that we tout around, passing from one generation to the next?!
In the Akashic Records Readings, one of the things I access, when I am doing a soul blueprint outline, is our soul specializations (like an acquired soul talent). One of the popular ones that I attract is the ones with Restoration as their specialization. As I talk to clients about this specialization, one of the things I am ALWAYS driving in is RIGHT for me, does not equal right for YOU.
This specialization has a distinct sense of needed to get ‘back’ to ….something. Usually, that is interpreted as a need to get back to traditions and old value systems, but that isn’t where they are ACTUALLY trying to get back to. In reality, they are really just wanting to get back to THEIR soul blueprint, the personality of the soul.
But it’s not just them that tend to do this…
Oftentimes, when we have reached the threshold of our experiences, and we want to change things, we look to the past for what we believe has worked. Then, we stop. Instead of taking what still works, and adjusting things to meet modern-day experiences, we just take a page from the old playbook, thinking it will work out. The problem is, that playbook is outdated, and everyone already knows that it isn’t going to work. This is how history repeats itself. Instead, we have to use our imagination and try out new things to find a new approach that will work with our current experiences.
Tradition holds value as long as the foundational beliefs are still relevant, however many of those foundational beliefs have been replaced with customs that are more inclusive and accepting of differences. Yet we still find ourselves looking backward with nostalgia instead of getting creative and finding a new way to approach our life.
Do the traditions you uphold, including the foundational beliefs inherited from your ancestors still hold value and truth? If not, how can you update them to become more inclusive and accepting, honoring each person’s differences with love and respect?