Messages & Channelings

Jim Self > Attachment and Allowing

As you drop away from the third dimensional realities and you become more fluid and in motion, some of your emotional responses also will be reconfigured. Attachment is one of these emotions that will be reconfigured in this process. 

Jim Self > Create a Hot, Healthy, Higher Relationship, Part 2

Third-dimensional feelings of love are, many times, attached to the individual’s need for something external. “I love him because he takes out the garbage. They care for the children. She makes money for us to live. She is smart. They say they love me.”

When two whole, healthy individuals meet to play, they bring with them all the richness of who they fully are. They continue to work on releasing their own “stuff” and, therefore, there’s less baggage, positioning and game playing. 

Compassion, on the other hand, is an upper fourth-dimensional expression. It operates in the present time moment and allows you to neutrally, objectively observe the situation that is before you. It is nonjudgmental. It’s allowing and accepting of things exactly as they are. 

Jim Self > Sympathy, Empathy and Compassion, Part 1

The third-dimensional chakras operate as barometers of balance or imbalance. If you know what they do, you will have an opportunity to refocus your attention and begin to realign yourself. 

Jim Self > The Higher Purpose of the Ego

Sigmund Freud and traditional psychology has its own definition of the ego but let’s expand this concept and understand its greater purpose in your life.

Jim Self > Practice When It Doesn't Count

Two groups of Spiritual Warriors found themselves in a very real and important dilemma. They understood their personal, spiritual missions and recognized that energy existed that could prevent them from completing their work. 

Jim Self > Throwing Energy

Many years ago, when I first began my conversations with the archangels and ascended masters, Master Kuthumi said to me: “To enter and remain in the fifth dimension you must master every thought, every emotion, and every action

Jim Self > You Are Not Your Problem

We all live in our problems far too often. How often have you complained that you don’t have enough money, you’re sick, depressed, tired, sad, or otherwise not okay?

Jim Self > It’s Not My Problem

Have you ever set out in a great mood to meet a friend at a café for coffee, only to spend a miserable hour or two listening to how rotten their finances/relationship/job is?

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