Working With Spiritual Teachers

Over the years I’ve been able to work with many people who have helped me to develop my spiritually based skills, and some of them have been in spirit, guardian angels, and some have been ‘here’ physically too and that’s what this post is about.  This whole world of spiritual awakening seems ‘kinda weird’ at times, and finding someone who can help make sense of it all is incredibly helpful.

When you find yourself faced with an opportunity to work with someone who can guide you through the growth phase you’re currently in, then it fast tracks your understanding of what’s real and what’s maybe your imagination.  And in most cases it’s not your imagination.

Learning not to discount thing that ‘go bump in the night’ when you are on an advance spiritual journey takes a big leap of faith sometimes.   As you start to talk through some of your experiences, you’ll maybe hear yourself and wonder if you’re going mad, talking like a crazy person.    You may often find yourself asking ‘who am I?  Why is this happening now? To me?  Have I just been drinking too much coffee lately?

This is a journey of magnificent proportions – what makes you think you can work it out all by yourself?  There are so many people available to help you, but first, decide that you want help.  You can always ask your spirit guides to step in and direct you to getting the best help for you, at the time you need it.   And you may be pleasantly surprised about what happens next.   It’s a bit like ‘asking for a convenient car park’.  Putting it out there and allowing the result to flow to you may mean an accidental meeting of someone new, or a remarkable conversation with an old friend or acquaintance.  But be open to it and enjoy it.

I’ve worked with a variety of people from coach trainers, a Buddhist monk, a special spiritual interpreter, and past life specialists.  Some of my friends are energy workers and mediums who have also shared, and taught me, and guided me at times.  Sometimes the relationship is formal, long term, and sometimes it’s informal and short term.   But I learned a little along the way from each of them.

If you are just trying to ‘figure it all out’ and need some gentle guidance, then know that your guides will help you to get what you need, as and when you need it.

Enjoy the journey….

Dixie