Hey, sister! Welcome back to a Taylored Adventure to Happiness. If you are new, welcome! If you are a regular, I love ya, I love ya, I love ya!
Are election fear and uncertainty pressing in on you? Do you walk around your house feeling like it’s hard to breathe and even harder to sleep? That’s because you’re looking at the small picture — the view right in front of you. In times like these, we need to get out of our heads and see what’s going on beyond us. That’s why I’m so excited to get today’s message into your hands.
Today, I’m sharing all about how to handle the truth of what’s going on in the world without falling into a 3D illusion. SPOILER ALERT: This is not a political post. While I’m creating this just days after the election and with the chaos that ensued in mind, I will not discuss Biden or Trump in a preferential light. With this post, I hope to equip you with the tools you need to soulfully navigate this season while continually moving towards your highest self.
If you’re ready for some real talk about the judgments you hold and why you need to release negative thoughts by choosing neutrality, grab something to take notes with and keep reading, sister! I’m not softening the facts or holding back, so strap on your seat belts, and let’s dig in!
The Difference Between 3D and 5D Perspective
I think we can all agree that we’re currently in a weird floaty position as a nation. Biden is President-Elect, but Trump has also filed lawsuits against that claim. So we’re back to all these questions: “Who is the President, and when will we know? In the meantime, what’s happening with the stock market and gas prices? And, is anyone still working on finding a vaccine for COVID?” Those are all perfectly valid questions. But if you’re stuck in fear and uncertainty related to those questions, you’re missing the point.
Whenever there is chaos, crumbling of the world around us, or actions being taken that we disagree with, it’s an invitation for us to shift from a 3D perspective to a 5D perspective. Someone with a 3D perspective views everything with their natural understanding and reasoning. This perspective tends to be black and white and tinted with your specific belief system.
Someone with a 5D perspective sees the bigger picture and creates spaces for differences and possibilities beyond their natural understanding. This perspective accepts that there isn’t right or wrong, winner or loser, left or right. There is just the next level of consciousness.
So, whatever your extreme feelings are towards the election — fear because the candidate you voted for didn’t win the elected votes, or delight over the current winning candidate — they represent that you’re still holding on to judgments. You’re stuck in a 3D perspective and aren’t allowing yourself to evolve.
Now, I’m not saying you should ditch your intense feelings and set aside the things you are passionate about. I believe standing by what you believe with tenacity matters immensely. However, I am saying that you should couple your passion with detachment and a deep understanding that the light will always win.
The light I’m talking about has nothing to do with Trump or Biden — nothing. It’s a light of unity and neutrality that doesn’t include fear or hate, left or right, wrong or good. So, acknowledge any of your feelings that feel extreme. Take a deep breath. Instead of trying to make things right or wrong, seek to understand and see the bigger picture.
How to Embrace a 5D Mindset
When we’re operating from the 3D mentality, we allow ourselves to believe that anyone who didn’t vote the same as us is a horrible human being. That’s a blanket statement. Hear me on this: To say that all Biden’s people are pedophiles and involved in higher corruption is a blanket statement, just like saying all Trump people are involved with bigotry and misogyny.
Neutrality, which comes with a 5D perspective, says, “I see you’re passionate about guns…education…the environment — whatever it is. That’s awesome! Let’s talk about it.” Neutrality is a choice to be open for conversation, embrace compassion, curiosity, and critical thinking, instead of jumping to conclusions.
Critical thinking has gone out the door for most people because they’re all stuck in fear. Fear is blinding. Fear compels people to create this 3D mentality of what is good and bad. In the process, whoever chooses or participates in things that they have decided are bad become a bad person to them. It’s not intentional. It’s just the mind protecting you.
Sister, how often during these past eight months have you assigned blanket statements or identities to others because of the way they thought, spoke, or acted? Don’t beat yourself up with your answer. Just observe. I’m asking you to do this because this is something I have had to do countless times over the last few months. Answering this question helps me identify the areas I’m not living in neutrality, and I begin to shift there.
How Your Triggers Are Trying to Guide Your Healing
Now that we’ve raised our awareness of our 3D perspective, the next question is, “What do we do when we realize we’re triggered. How do we shift our back to a place of neutrality from a place of fear and judgment?”
We’re typically triggered because healing needs to occur or we need to start owning our voice. Anytime we’re triggered by seeing something negative in someone else, it is literally a mirror to the collective consciousness of the pain, wounds, and hate we still need to heal. When we’re triggered in this way, we need to hone in on what specifically triggers us and ask, “How can I begin healing this in myself?”
The flip side of this is the people whose actions trigger us because they’re doing horrible things — pedophilia, human trafficking, and participating in the elite ring. This is showing us the parts of ourselves we’ve disowned. When we’re triggered in this way, we need to ask ourselves, “Where am I not speaking up? How do I need to use my voice?”
People hurt people. But guess who is in charge? You and me. When we start healing our own wounds and speaking up for the things we’re passionate about the collective consciousness begins to heal and strengthen. I think many people are playing it safe right now and avoiding the chaos and disruption in our world. It’s like they’re waiting for everything to go back to normal.
But, I’ve got news for you, we’re not going to go back to normal. Civil war or no civil war, President Biden or President Trump, vaccine or no vaccine — things will not be the same. Things will continue to crumble and collapse because that is how transformation and awakenings happen. There has to be a coming apart before there is a coming together.
The only people who will be negatively affected by this falling apart are people who have chosen not to do inner work. These people are making unaligned choices based on ego and society’s expectations.
And it’s the people like you, sis, who are going to make it the other side of this falling apart with strength and dignity — the people who are choosing to be self-aware, look at the big picture, and pursue healing both personally and collectively. So, if there’s ever been a time to invest in your personal growth, now is the time. Whatever it takes, find ways to elevate your frequencies and thinking!
Why You Need to Remember That We’re All In This Together
One of the beautiful things about neutrality is that we’re all growing, and we all need each other. If you ever fall for the mainstream media’s mind control, forgive yourself. Forgive them. And apologize when needed. As we shift, we need each other. Remember how being triggered by someone else can lead you to how you need to heal or step up more in this world? We’re truly in this together — even the people who are unaware or seem to be doing grotesque things.
In fact, I’m sending love to anyone reading this and believing that this message is triggering or naive. Clearly, we’re not on the same frequency, and that’s okay. That’s part of the beauty, right?! We get to hold hands with each other from a place of compassion and understanding instead of fear and judgment. We can see each other’s values without feeling threatened. And even though we may not be aligned, we can acknowledge that we’re all in this together and on our own journey.
Let’s make that a motto for ourselves: We’re all doing the best we can with what we’ve got. Let forgiveness be your anthem to yourself and those around you. This is a big, complicated, fast-moving world, and no matter how right or wrong we are, we’re all trying our best with what we’ve got.
So, next time someone triggers you, choose to be thankful. When Trump tweets something arrogant, say, “Thank you, Trump, for your arrogant tweets. You’re reminding me to be aware of my ego.” When Biden speaks unconsciously and manipulatively, say, “Thank you, Biden, for your unconscious manipulative words. You reminded me to be intentional with my words.”
You might even check yourself as you’re scrolling through Instagram. “Thank you, Instagram Influencer, for showing me a disowned part of myself that I still get to work on. I thought I had healed that part of myself, but I clearly didn’t because you triggered the heck out of me.”
With that simple practice, we get to take back our sovereignty by remembering the big picture, acknowledging that we’re all in this together, and choosing to be grateful! And in the process, we recognize the real reason we exist in this lifetime — to usher in and catalyze the great awakening of the collective conscious. How fucking powerful is that?
The Practice You Need to Have in Place by the End of 2020…
In closing, I want to leave you with the most important thing I think you can do for yourself during this chaotic time: Stay grounded. If you don’t have a beautiful morning routine in place to get you anchored and step into your sovereignty, take time to make one for yourself before the end of the year. Incorporate a ritual to activate your throat chakras because more than ever, we need people who aren’t just going to stand in their truth but people who are going to speak their truth.
Get serious about clearing your chakras and really start putting yourself first. Begin to master the art of detachment and trade judgment of yourself and others for curiosity and understanding. Everyone is trying the best they can with what they’ve got — including you!
You’ve got this, sis. Go live with beautiful neutral energy today!
If you read this message and thought, “I totally needed this, Taylor. I was falling prey to the 3D perspective or judging people for who voted differently than me,” take a screenshot of this and share it on Instagram. Tag me, @iamtaylorsimpson, so that I can reshare it and remind the thousands of other women receiving this message with you that we truly are in this together!
Beautiful soul, thank you for being a part of this life with me. It’s a wild ride, but, oh, so worth it!
As always, choose happiness because, well, why the fuck not?
In Today’s Episode You Will Learn:
- To move past the post-election fear of the unknown.
- To detach yourself from the polarizing 3D mentality.
- To shift into 5D and focus on the bigger picture.
- To have neutral conversations with people who have different political views.
- How to be aware of wounds that still need to be healed.
- How to prepare yourself for the political and economic shifts that will be occurring over the next four years.