Welcome to the Mindset and Manifesting Podcast with your host, Lynna K Teer, a seasoned spiritual teacher, and coach. In this enlightening episode, we delve deep into the transformative power of doing internal work and embracing the courageous journey of meeting our soul.
Join Lynna as she takes you on a captivating exploration of the internal landscape and the profound impact it has on our mindset, manifesting abilities, and overall well-being. Drawing from her extensive experience and wisdom, she shares valuable insights and practical strategies for embarking on this transformative path.
In today's episode, Lynna encourages you to embark on a journey of self-discovery and self-mastery by delving into the depths of your being. By doing the internal work, we uncover hidden beliefs, patterns, and fears that may be holding us back from living our fullest and most authentic lives.
With unwavering courage and a commitment to growth, Lynna inspires listeners to confront their innermost selves and embrace the lessons and wisdom that emerge from this soulful exploration. She discusses the importance of self-reflection, self-compassion, and self-awareness as essential tools for personal evolution and manifestation.
Through thought-provoking discussions and practical exercises, Lynna provides guidance on how to navigate the inner landscape, confront limiting beliefs, and cultivate a deeper connection with the soul. She shares powerful techniques for aligning our thoughts, emotions, and actions with our true desires, ultimately empowering us to create the lives we truly desire.
Tune in as Lynna's authenticity and passion shine through, as she shares personal anecdotes, transformational stories, and empowering insights that will resonate deeply with your own journey. Discover the transformative power of meeting your soul with courage and embracing the internal work required for profound personal growth.
If you're ready to embark on a soul-stirring adventure of self-discovery, empowerment, and manifesting your deepest desires, this episode is not to be missed. Join Lynna K Teer in this captivating episode of the Mindset and Manifesting Podcast and unlock the transformative potential that lies within.
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Remember, the journey of meeting your soul with courage is an invitation to unlock your highest potential and create a life of purpose, abundance, and fulfillment. Are you ready to take that courageous leap? Tune in now and let the soulful exploration begin.
Hello, everyone, I'm gonna turn on my recording there. Hello, and welcome to the mindset and manifesting podcast. Alright, so I'm going to try something a little bit different here where I'm actually recording on my phone for YouTube. Normally, I just record the audio, and then put that up on my YouTube channel, but I'm gonna try something different today. All right. In today's episode, I want to talk about the inner work and is going to be completely different, honestly, this talking about this than I originally thought, only because this has been an interesting week. I don't want to say trying, but it's been, it's taken a little bit of a toll. Let's just put it that way. But I had a bit of an epiphany this morning. And that it takes courage to meet the soul. And what I mean by that is as we awaken, and we begin to have certain experiences, and we begin to view the world differently, different differently, when we're able to see through the illusions that exist in this third dimensional reality. It's their comes a bit of separation with that a bit of isolation, or there can, I don't know, I don't know anyone who hasn't experienced that separation and that isolation, or have not heard stories to the contrary, and people speaking about their awakening experiences, so. So this week, I don't want to go into too many details. I had a differing viewpoint from several family members, right. On on a particular subject. And for me, the differing of views was not because my beliefs are any more important than somebody else's, right. We're we're all at different points on our journey, in this life awakening, and we all as individuals see things differently, right? No. There's truth in all truth, right? Truth is just a perspective. I've said that before. But when you have a different viewpoint from then family members, or even really, really close friends, mentors, anybody who you have a close relationship with, and you have to like be true to yourself, because you yourself have really done that inner work, and nobody else can really understand that from a deep soul level because it's your experience, that feeling of of that, that separate separation and viewpoints can be difficult again, feel sad, okay, because the idea of losing anyone who is close to you, and in a physical death is one thing, but while while they're still, you know, physically here, to, to have to have that different viewpoint and for there to be that view, that fear of separation of losing anyone, etc, just because of a different viewpoint. It's really, really difficult. But again, I had the epiphany this morning that it takes courage to meet the soul meaning for me having this experience and this awakening and going through everything that I've gone through the last three years really having the veil lifted. It's an ongoing process, right, but having that veil lifted, and seeing beyond the illusions and really having one foot in this world in this third dimensional world and, and the other foot in a multi dimensional world is it's challenging. It's, it's challenging, because there's a, there's a part of me that really in Scripture, it it's Jesus states that, you know, I'm of this world, or I'm in this world, but not Abbot. And that's really how I feel and many people who have awakened I'm sure feel that really you are in this world, but not of it, because you have a completely different way of thinking based on the things you experience in the awakening process, so the past few days have been quiet have taken a bit of a toll on me. But when it at a soul level, I understand now that every experience we go through, okay, we have a choice in any given moment. So do I. So, do I, having done the inner work? Right? Do I like follow the crowd, or AI? Having, again, seen beyond the illusion and that veil being lifted? Do I stay true to what I innately know now, from a soul level. But again, it's challenging because when there are people in your life that you like that you care about, you have close relationships with. I don't think anybody on any level wants to lose that. Right. And I know I won't lose it. But there was a bit of fear there this week. And, you know, to be honest, my entire life. I never felt understood. And it's okay because now I understand it's because I am an old soul and an old soul means a soul who has incarnated here on Earth in this physical body, over many lifetimes, has lived many lifetimes has had many different experiences. And we learn various things and lifetimes. And what we don't learn. We take that action, we take what we we take everything into the next lifetime, right? The knowledge that we've the spiritual knowledge that we've gained, other knowledge that we've gained, from our experiences, and anything that has been meant to be a lesson that we have not learned, so we take everything into the next lifetime. Any unhealed traumas, any lessons that we did not learn, we take into the next lifetime. So for me, not being understood for my entire life since I was a child, I now understand the reasoning behind that. And I understand some people won't agree with you know, incarnation and things like that. Everybody has their own viewpoint and that's perfectly that's perfectly okay. Because all truths are true. Again, what is true for me may not be true for you, you may have a different truth, but it is still a truth. All right. So I'm because of because I'm an old soul, because I've had many experiences through many incarnations. And I've been shown a series of those past lifetimes, I think there's nine that have been shown to me now. bits and pieces of them. So. And in this lifetime, overcoming anxiety and depression, speaking my life, getting to the point where I could speak my truth, what I feel without fear of being judged, working through feelings of on worthiness, overcoming sexual trauma, things like that. I have learned those lessons, I have done the deep inner work and I know my soul, the higher self, the inner being, it is all the soul, I know my soul. Right? Now, there's still many, many things that will come that I know will be revealed to me. But at this point, I've done so much of the inner work, that I'm not willing to compromise that. And it's not to be selfish. But the struggles have been real, at times, overwhelming. But I've done the inner work. And again, it takes courage. It took courage to live up moments when I did not want to live. It took courage to look at circumstances and understand that there was no causation outside of self. either. I created those circumstances, in this current lifetime, based on my thoughts and assumptions, my reactions to life, my feelings about certain things, or it was past trauma that I brought with me to that I incarnated here in this lifetime with, to work through and to learn the lesson. I once read that old souls are often tired. And it's because we've been on a soul level. We've been doing this no work for so long. Yes, my life has been exhausting doing the internal work, but it's important. And I also saw another quote, I don't know exactly what the exact wording, but it was something along the lines that I had to do with awakening, really the inner work awakening, if basically, if it were easy, everybody would do it. But not everybody is either willing to do it or understand how to do it because it's all a process. And again, not one individual is any better than another individual because they've had certain experiences or because they understand certain truths now based on their own experiences. Because even though we're all connected, we're still on our own individual journeys. So the inner work is going to be different for everybody, but it is difficult. And not everybody is going to be able to to really do the hard, hard work at certain moments in you know, in their life, and they may take that with them into, you know, the next incarnation. I'll also want to mention that from my understanding, before we incarnate here, we, first of all we do so to have this experience, to experience what we do here. And for the purpose of coming to realize who we truly are, okay, it's just an experience, a game, I'll play, whatever you want to call it. But if we were, if we were all to awaken at the same time, what would be the fun in that? Right? We wouldn't have this contrast these different experiences. Because we all be on the same on the, you know, on the the same timeline, right all awakening at the exact same time. But if that were the case, we wouldn't be having the experiences that we would need to have in order to grow a variant at various levels or timelines, if that makes any sense. So, yeah, it's the no work is difficult. But if you're willing, if you are willing to say, I do not want to have this, I do not want to keep repeating this experience, okay, then do the inner work, you'll meet your soul. But again, it takes courage. And there was something else I wanted to say, oh. And when you've done the inner work, you meet your soul. And you know, on a soul level, what choices are right for you, or what choices are not right for you. And the world is telling you or showing you something different. It takes courage in those moments to be authentic, to who you know, you are, to listen to your own soul to see beyond the illusions. And there's nothing wrong with that. It's not selfish, the world may view you as selfish. But it is not selfish. Alright. You have to do the work yourself, nobody is going to take is going to take care of you. You have to take like it's your soul, you have to nurture it, you have to get in touch with your own soul. Nobody else is going to know you like you know, yourself. Okay? Those you love though, those you know, those who don't know, people are gonna have opinions on what you should and shouldn't do. You can respect those opinions. Right? You don't have to accept them as true for yourself. But that doesn't mean that you still don't have an understanding or compassion of others opinions, what they may be thinking or feeling. Just be non judgmental. Okay, be non judgmental. Let others have their experiences. Let others have their opinions and have courage and knowing what is true for you, and continuing to stay in that. In that state of consciousness and that state of knowing rather than stepping outside of it just for the sake of appeasing others, no matter how much you love them. Because I tell you at a soul level. If you do that, you're going to repeat certain experiences until you get to a point where you are fully, always stepping into the complete authenticity of who you are. So I think that is it for this episode. I just wanted to talk about that. Perhaps it will resonate with some of you perhaps it won't. And that's okay. Either way, all right. There's really no right or wrong in this world. All choose our truths again, based on perception. And when I say there is no right or wrong. I mean, there's no right or wrong decisions in this world. Okay. It's important to always do what is right for you what you innately know if you innately know that so that you can experience what you're experiencing. Learning whatever lesson is meant to come from the experience moving through it and moving on so that you have new experiences and Do not continue repeating certain things okay all right so thank you so much for joining me today and I'll see you guys next time bye