by Kasey/Brad Wallis
Channeled messages from Julius
As you progress in your life’s existence there comes a time when you are either frustrated with what is going on in your life or you become bored. Many humans believe that because you’re bored with your life you are now frustrated. But that is not the case at all — there is a huge difference between frustration and boredom.
When you’re bored you’ve lost direction in your life; you’re unhappy with the experience you’re having. You don’t want to do it anymore and you’re beginning to develop a desire for another experience.
Frustration, on the other hand, is a stimulating emotion. A lot of times frustration will move you to another action to help you get through the wall that you’ve just hit.
Don’t misunderstand frustration as meaning that you’re done with the experience. When you’re done with an experience you have a satisfaction level that lets you know that you’re done. That you’ve gained everything there is to gain. It’s time to move out of the area or the house you’re living in, or perhaps end the relationship you’re in. These are finality decisions one makes in life.
You as a human being know your feelings best. You have to decipher whether or not you’re done with something. And you must be in communication with your own soul to understand that!
In general, many people feel both boredom and frustration in the process of becoming enlightened. Frustration will set in because you don’t feel like you’re progressing fast enough to achieve what you want to achieve in your life. Rest assured that it is just a process. You wouldn’t be here on this Earth if you weren’t intended to be here.
So, what is it then that you still need to learn?
Human beings need to learn to identify their emotions. Sometimes out of frustration it’s easier for humans to say “forget it, we’re done with it,” and yet that is merely an emotional reaction to frustration.
So what is it this time that you’re experiencing as far as emotions go? For instance, can the experience of love not include frustration, sadness, joy, pain and suffering? All are emotional feelings. You go through the whole gamut of emotions, hitting that experience from every angle. Ideally one would want to hit bliss and hold bliss from that experience. Then you will love it, and absorb it, but then believe me you’ll hit boredom, and you’ll be ready to move on to your next experience.
Human beings have a hard time identifying their feelings and get them so mixed up. There is a difference between anger and frustration, sadness and mourning, boredom and stimulation. But if you cut an experience off without gaining the totality of it, you’ll go back to complete the process at some point.
You must remember that time is infinite. There may be something that you stopped doing in a previous experience and you cut it off and you are now picking it up in this life’s existence. Can you see how you never run out of things to do?
Learning how to be in tune with your feelings is a tough task. Sometimes you need to acknowledge them. You need to talk about them and move on to the next feeling. Not everything is a life-changing experience each time. There are times in your life where you know that it is just time to move on, and you’re at peace with that. You have grabbed that experience from every angle and now it’s part of your wisdom aspect and you don’t need to do that again.
You should now be joyful moving into your next experience, instead of feeling that just because you can’t get it, that it’s time to move on to something else.
So often it is frustration that makes you stop something; it’s the emotion of frustration that is binding you. But awakened beings recognize this, and are working on it in their lives. They recognize the fact that in order to heal themselves they literally have to wake themselves up to their emotions.
Your sensitivity level grows with your awareness level. Sometimes people aren’t as self-aware as they would like to be, and they don’t experience anything until it hits an extreme level. They are not connected to the knowing of themselves instantaneously, which is the early phase of the emotional process.
Are you creating? Or are you reacting? That is another way of finding out exactly how rational you are in recognizing your emotions. If you are reacting you are off center. You have forgotten you have control of yourself. You don’t always have control of what is going on, but if you are just reacting, you have allowed the illusion to control you.
If you are centered, you are creating in every experience. And if you are creating, it actually helps you to subside more of the fear-based reactive emotions that are in you, because fear is disconnection.
It’s all part of the intricate inter-twining knowing of oneself — connecting to your soul, recognizing your emotions, appreciating all of your range of emotions. Emotions help you have communication with your soul. Emotions help you recognize yourself and Source and all possibility.
The final answer is to always go within and find connection with your soul. Go with what your soul tells you from inside. See your light, let your light calm you, let your light bring you back to center.
If you go within and you listen you won’t be distracted by the illusion. Are you having this feeling because of the illusion? Are you having this feeling because of the knowing of your soul? What is going on with your soul? What is your experience? What is your soul absorbing from this experience? What is your soul telling you?
Boredom and frustration, hopefully you can see them differently now in your life. Hopefully you recognize them as you feel them in what you are doing. By merely becoming awake, or should we say aware, clarifies situations and helps you recognize so many of your emotions that may have been buried all these years. It helps us to become better human beings at the task we have chosen to take and experience this time around in our soul’s journey.