How to master the power of transmutation
Have you ever wanted to change a situation from the inside out? Does it bug you that certain things in your life are beyond your control? How does it feel to hold all the power yet feel powerless? How to master the power of transmutation when the healing process seems like an impossible bet?
Without a doubt, the search to take control of your life is a daunting task. Contrary to popular belief, this is not because one fears failure but rather because one understands that one is more than capable of succeeding. Yet, the process of being accountable for the energy dynamic can feel like a burden.
Moreover, being petrified by the shenanigans of any given situation takes a toll on one’s health, mentally and otherwise. That’s why it is VITAL to faithfully practice a daily self-care routine. As such, meditation is an effective route to staying grounded.
It is a call to action to listen to your higher self and surrender to the deep, ancient, formidable power within.
That said, you are not becoming a master of the power of transmutation.
You are the master of transmutation
However, this inherent virtue doesn’t serve a positive purpose if you don’t know how to awaken it. Instead, it might manifest as blockages that inhibit the flow of your transformation.
Quite frankly, I suffer from anxiety and depression. Sometimes I don’t feel like doing anything. Other times I yearn to overcompensate. Matter of factly, as I write this post, I am at a loss for words. I don’t know how to articulate how I am feeling, yet I understand what led me to this point.
Also, I contemplated whether I should quit blogging because I think people don’t take me seriously. It’s like you are writing about meditation and not only are people refusing to disclose how they feel about your content but you also fail to live up to your impossibly high standards.
Naturally, you will fall if you expect to always meet or exceed the heights of a skyscraper. Then again, why reach for a skyscraper when you are the skyscraper? Why worry about how many people are reading your content when quality precedes quantity? Who has life figured out entirely?
Essentially, I am starting to understand that it is okay to be imperfect, flawed, and messy. That’s the reason why I am able to articulate this in my blog. I am practicing most, if not all, the things that I preach. To be honest, I think this is the epitome of meditation:
Being authentic and learning how to let go
- Let go of trying to figure out the ropes.
- Let go of trying to be perfect.
- Let go of trying to be your best.
- Let go of trying to please other people.
- Let go of playing the victim.
- Let go of trying to find yourself.
- Let go of trying to be in control.
- Let go of trying to control situations outside of your control.
- Let go of trying to stop your addiction to suffering.
- Let go of trying to get people to love you.
- Let go of trying to manifest all your dreams.
- Let go of trying to be someone you are not.
- Let go of trying to be a spiritual narcissist.
- Let go of trying to explain yourself away.
- Let go of trying to justify your humanity.
At last, just allow yourself to be (power of transmutation)
Yet, that’s okay. How else do we reach a state of enlightenment? How are we supposed to see if the scales are on our eyes? What are we supposed to do when we don’t know what we are meant to be?
Why focus on the destiny of one outcome when there are infinitely many fates and scenarios thereof? As you can see, everything is possible, if not probable.
A circumstance does not define you; you define it. Whatever you make out of life determines what your life is made out of. In other words, you are in control of your vibration. You hold all the power to turn lemons into lemonade.
You are the light in the darkness.
Above all, you are a divine, super, heart alchemist
The question is: how do you recognize yourself? How do you recognize your self in relation to all your other selves? In layman terms, how must you proceed concerning the whole of your identity?
For instance, I always feel like I am changing. My transformation can be so rapid and brisk that I cannot always process it. As such, these aforementioned changes are pretty hit or miss. Moreover, I don’t know rather it is me or the world that’s gone insane-in-the-membrane bonkers!
Because of this, being mindful of what vibration you are in plays a role in your ability to transmute the present circumstance. Indeed, all the power lies in the now. Unquestionably, you cannot change the past. However, you shape the future by setting the intention in the present. Every thought, word, and action determines where you stand.
As such, you are a master manifestor, the power of transmutation reborn
Sure, perhaps the contrast won’t be that vast, albeit dichotomous. Matter of factly, vibration is a spectrum. Moreover, everything is energy. You are always emitting a vibration into the universe’s energy field. Also, energy is neither created nor destroyed and thus can only be transferred from one state to the next.
Therefore, you can transmute any vibration to a higher or lower level. As a result, this depends on how you handle the power. In reality, it is not that you don’t have any power. Quite the contrary, one could argue that you don’t know what to do with all the power you have.
Perhaps you have immense, idyllic, incredible power. Perhaps that’s exactly who you are.
Meanwhile, you master the power of transmutation via expanding awareness. In other words, be mindful of how you feel and why. Document your triggers. Identify your strengths and weaknesses – work on both! Do more of what makes you feel like a master. Embody what makes you the happiest.
Quite simply, be in the flow of abundance
You don’t need permission. This is your divine right to the divine order.
As such, it is okay to fear relapses. Yet, this fear does not have any more control than you allow it to have over you. In the end, you are the boss, the champion, the executive, the big dog, the warrior, the eye of the tiger, the final authority.
Consequently, whatever you say goes
Personally, I understand that even the wisest, smartest, most fulfilled individuals slip up and lose themselves to the power struggle. Even though it sounds counterintuitive, power is intrinsic. Power is not bound by external circumstances; it is the ultimate state of the internal condition.
Yet, one must conjecture whether the love of power or power of love reigns supreme. Then again, why can’t both realities co-exist rather peacefully? Why one thing or another? Whatever happened to “One and Another”?
Well, when one has a love for power, they are looking outside of themselves to feel like somebody special. Yet, when one embodies the power of love, they realize they are somebody special from the inside out nonetheless.
The focus is not on fighting the power (to presumably give power to the powerless) but rather loving the being of power. In other words, power is not something that you acquire. Power is not even something you are born with. Quite frankly, power is who you are. Not who you are supposed to be or become but rather who you are meant to embrace thus far.
Essentially, the same concept applies to meditation, the law of attraction, and the like (power of transmutation)
Even if it is raining outside, your are abundant, blue skies on the inside. Provided that you won’t always feel what you are, your feelings are what accelerate the power of transmutation.
After all, emotion is energy in motion for a reason. So, instead of being a subconscious mainfestor, why not be a conscious co-creator of your reality?
In the end, you are love, light, sunshine, abundance, joy, peace, enlightenment, bliss, freedom, and last but not least the power of transmutation.
Above all, you are formidable, unbroken, brave, emotionally intelligent, and resilient
No matter how far you go or how much you’ve grown, ascended, or elevated, mastery is an eternal pinnacle of victory.
So, how to master the power of transmutation?
Meanwhile, did you know that a mountain has no real apex?