You may have read the term ‘awakening’ being thrown around on Social Media at the moment. I know I’ve been using it a little. The world is shifting and people are awakening to their divine life purpose. One that has more meaning than that of simply following the norm of which we have been conditioned to.
To help explain a little, and what may potentially be being experienced, here are 6 signs of the early awakening process to help support your awareness and remind you you aren’t alone.
I know when I experienced these, I felt like I was the only person on Earth and didn’t understand what was happening. Please know you’re not alone as many have gone before you, and are right alongside of you right now.
6 Signs You’re Experiencing the Awakening Process
Life is presenting you with some challenging situations, beyond your control.
Maybe you’ve lost your job?
A large financial challenge occurs.
You move homes, or locations.
You’re going through a divorce or separation with a loved one.
Someone dear to you passes on.
A desired outcome was not fulfilled.
You experience a spectrum of emotions for unknown reasons. There’s no understandable reason WHY you feel this way. But you do. You feel like reclusing.
Going out tonight, you didn’t really feel like going. But you go because you feel a sense of obligation. It’s what you ‘should’ do. The small talk at the outing feels really really hard. You long to simply be at home, or be able to talk about what is really going on in your life, but you fear being judged and feeling like ‘that person’. That person who is struggling with life and doesn’t have it all together. Because of course we should, right? (tongue in cheek)
Watching the News, or reading Newspapers is no longer enjoyable. You don’t like the fear mongering in these stores, they make you feel bad. You prefer to scroll Social Media, watch YouTube Videos and choose to inform yourself on what ‘the people’ are sharing. There are great things happening in the world too!
You’re feeling like your current circle of friends don’t understand you and what is happening. You struggle to talk to them and feel really uncomfortable when you try. When you do, they console you with things like:
– this too shall pass
– you’ll be right, you’ll get through this
– everyone goes through something
– such and such had xyz happen – you should feel lucky
It’s not their fault, but you feel no better, maybe worse and more alone from not feeling heard.
Suddenly, being in large populated areas like shopping malls, supermarkets now aggravates you. The bright lights, artificial food & packaging, screaming children, intense energy, the sense of urgency from over worked faces around you. Not to mention the stress of getting in and out of the car park!