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RELATIONSHIP CHALLENGE

"To honor someone is to hold them to their highest frequency no matter what their current frequency may be."

- Richard Rudd, 38th Siddhi

USE YOUR SHIELD

AND/OR

SPEAK YOUR TRUTH

CHALLENGE 1: USE YOUR SHIELD

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PUT DOWN YOUR SWORD AND PICK UP YOUR SHIELD

In a perfect world we wouldn't need the sword or the shield, but to tell a warrior to put down their weapons is ludicrous. Instead, we invite you to use your shield to discern if the fight is worth having. Before you immediately go into attack mode, look at the person you are interacting with and judge whether this is a battle worth fighting for or not.
Is this even a battle to begin with?
Are you triggered and in reaction mode?
Do you feel you were dishonored?
Sometimes conscious and non-violent communication solves more than the sword can.
I know you love a good fight, but don't waste your energy. Fighting just to fight is a waste and low frequency. You want your fight to have purpose.
(Side note: if you do not have the 28th gate then it is more difficult to know what fight is worth fighting, so give yourself time to assess)

The next time you feel triggered in by another, LISTEN before acting or speaking. Use the shield on yourself to create a safe place for you to reflect. Use mindful observation and qualify whether this is a battle worth fighting or if it's a simple misunderstanding. Speak your TRUTH before initiating or defending.

QUALIFICATION PHRASES: Would I rather be right or happy? Is this battle worth fighting for?

It is also important to note that everyone has their OWN truth. There is no right or wrong here and everyone is entitled to their own truth. Their truth does not undermine or threaten your truth.

CHALLENGE 2: SPEAK YOUR TRUTH

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THE TRUTH WILL SET YOU FREE

Conscious communication is something a true warrior of truth and light is familiar with and utilizes. It allows you to be more empathetic and easier to relate to. It will also make it easier to express yourself in the best way possible in any particular social context. When you are understood and you understand others there is no need for the battle. This is a difficult process because you'll have to identify and recognize your own mistakes.
So this is two parts, being able to UNDERSTAND the other and YOURSELF.

Ask Yourself these questions:

How can I understand this through his/her perspective? How can I communicate my own perspective to him/her so they understand?

DELIVERY AND TIMING IS EVERYTHING

The words you choose to use and the tone of your voice matter. You do not have to throw punches for an interaction to be violent. Communication can be violent as well. When there is anger and blame attached to words it can and will activate the other's defense mechanisms.
Taking responsibility for you own feelings is paramount here. When you can communicate YOUR emotions and truth without placing blame or saying the other is wrong you open yourself up to new possibilities of resolution.

Non-Violent Communication:

Begin a statement or truth with "I" instead of "you." Only communicate about your views, perception and feelings. Don't assume to know what the other feels/thinks/experiences.

Communicating effectively when there is a misunderstanding follows these steps:

My assumption has been ....

I think I have believed this because ....

This makes me feel ....

What I can do to resolve this struggle I have is ....

What you can do to help me is ....

my hope is ....

MECHANICS TO NOTE

Gate 38 has a safety mechanism to protect the individual energy mechanic for its role within the Individual Circuitry.
The energy mechanic according to Ra Uhu Ru:
"There is nothing more exquisite than a 38 ignoring you. They ignore you, they do not hear you. You talk to them and 10 minutes later, they look at you and say, "Were you talking to me?" They are in their own process. This is a fuel or a pressure energy of the individual process." 
Do you see how that can be a challenge in relationships?
How do you work with that?
By using your inner authority, check to see what challenge is correct for you.

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