Recently I facilitated a long distance session with a regular client who has lost her passion. It has been difficult for her to break through the complacency that seems to insulate her guidance from her passion. She is intelligent and aware and seems to take every revelation in stride, as if she already knows what will be uncovered in her sessions. The issue that she wanted assistance with was figuring out if she still wants to be a teacher or should change to another profession that fires her with enthusiasm. She has been at a standstill.
In her latest session, it was revealed from her past lives that she had a spiritual teacher that she truly admired. But the relationship was interrupted somehow. She learned half of the lessons which he taught, which entailed detachment. But she got stuck in one spectrum of spiritual lessons so she didn’t get to encompass many of the lessons beyond detachment that would have enriched her journey.
She confirmed that she had a spiritual teacher in this lifetime that had disappointed her. The relationship left her numb and disillusioned. Being stuck in the role of a teacher seemed to be linked with her disillusionment from this life and even farther back.
Here are some taps that helped:
(Say each statement three times while tapping on your head and say it a fourth time while tapping on your chest.)
I release being disillusioned by the teacher, in all lifetimes.
I release the pain and loneliness of outgrowing the teacher, in all lifetimes.
I release being diminished by the teacher, in all lifetimes.
I release giving my power to the teacher, in all lifetimes.
I release being used, in all lifetimes.
I recant all vows and agreements between myself and the teacher, in all lifetimes.
I remove all curses between myself and the teacher, in all lifetimes.
I dissolve all karmic ties between myself and the teacher, in all lifetimes.
I remove all pain burden and limitations that the teacher has put on me, in all lifetimes.
I take back all the Joy, Love, Abundance, Freedom, Life, and Wholeness that the teacher has taken from me, in all lifetimes.
I withdraw all my energy from the teacher, in all lifetimes.
I release the fear of outgrowing the teacher, in all lifetimes.
I release worshiping the teacher, in all lifetimes.
It is difficult to stretch our own wings when we are bowing our head under the wings of another and supporting their flight with our enthusiasm. The best way to encourage others to grow is by stretching your own wings and showing them what is possible. It is not done by creating a breeze for their flight.