How Do You Know When You’ve Found Love?

loveWelcome.  I am Metatron.

Carol:  How do you know when you have found the right relationship?  I have met a man four or five months ago and I’ve been engaged in  long distance conversations with him, and it just feels so right.  But then I question, I don’t really know this person.  So how do I know if this is the right relationship?  Thank you.

 

Metatron:  Thank you for your question tonight.

As you begin to examine what is working, what is not working in your life, again your emotions are your best guide for steering you in the direction of your highest good.

Oftentimes, many of you get caught up into the terms of right and wrong.  We remind you that these are issues of the ego.  There is no right experience or wrong experience. 

There is no right man for you or wrong man for you.  There are only men available to you, providing different experiences for you.

It is within your free will to choose which experience is best aligned with your highest good.  If  you are feeling good about the relationship and as you speak with him and engage with him, it brings lightness to your heart and soul,  you feel an ease and a comfort that you haven’t felt for a long time, then you are in alignment.

If you begin to notice yourself feeling anxious, fearful and disturbed, you might want to take a moment to clear and then connect with your  spiritual council, asking for their divine guidance.

As we move along the pathway of life, there are dark forces or dark energies that are trying to thwart our good.  They do not want us to be successful and happy.

These forces are weakening as you strengthen in your frequency field.

They are having less and less power and influence over your decisions and experiences as you continue to move forward in 2013.

It is important for you to clear yourself and check in with your spiritual council, check in with your emotional guidance system to determine if any self-correction is needed.  When you make decisions based on fear, you are making a decision from your human ego point of view.

When you make decisions based on love and faith, you are accessing your higher frequencies of your spiritual divine self.

I am Metatron and I have spoken here tonight.

 

How do you know when you are in alignment or out of alignment? What do you do to help you stay on course?  We’d love to hear your thoughts, wisdom or insights from this excerpt of our Feb 2013 channeling below in our comments section.

If you desire to read the rest of this channeling be sure to visit Heaven Sent U.

 

Julie Geigle

Julie Geigle is an international psychic medium, spiritual teacher of the Golden Age Mission and manifesting diva. She teaches people on a spiritual journey how to find inner peace and live the happiest version of themselves. Julie is the creator of Lightworker's Academy, online courses to assist you on the journey of awakening and enlightenment. Create more joy in your life when you sign up for our weekly Energy Forecast and receive your free gift "Manifesting Miracles" audio download.

10 Comments

  1. Jeanine Byers on February 15, 2013 at 9:37 pm

    I love the idea of letting go of right vs. wrong and just focusing instead on what creates the experience we want to have. We can be so quick to try to figure out how we should judge something, and negative judgment can lead either to criticism or guilt, when maybe we can step to the side and just look at what we are feeling.

  2. eyenie on February 16, 2013 at 7:12 am

    Such great insight here! In order to feel in alignment, I usually see how my moods are, and if there are “bad” moods, or irritability, or sadness, I ask myself a.) where it’s coming from, (is it mine? someone else’s? past Eyenie’s?) and b.) what I can do to change it right now, and then take action! I’ve been learning more and more about connecting with myself and my higher purpose when making decisions, and it is such a game-changer! Thank you Julie!

  3. Teresa Deak on February 16, 2013 at 2:19 pm

    I agree that right and wrong don’t really have a place in our choices, especially about who we choose to spend time with. That said, it can sometimes be hard to distinguish between fear and an intuitive warning about someone.
    Emotions have been an excellent guide for me, as have physical sensations. I also use a pendulum to help with decisions, and I’m comforted knowing that it is my own deepest knowing, far deeper than my thoughts and feelings, that guide my muscles and tendons to release the pendulum to answer.
    So many joyful ways to live and learn!
    Hugs and butterflies,
    ~Teresa~

  4. Chef William on February 16, 2013 at 4:10 pm

    It is very interesting to me that what is said here is that there is no right or wrong. I have always felt that this life is a journey, a learning experience. Like all learning we will not always get A+, we are here to learn. Now that I have reached a certain place in life, I have time to review and look at where I have been and what it has taught me. And wow, have the angels really had to work to keep me from destroying myself along the way.

    • julie on February 16, 2013 at 6:25 pm

      Love your last line – spoken with such truth and honesty and I’m sure there are MANY of us who can relate. Thanks for the comment luv.

  5. Deborah Weber on February 16, 2013 at 5:50 pm

    A lovely message from Metatron Julie. What a helpful reminder of the power of releasing right and wrong judgment and focusing on what you wish to experience.

  6. Sarah Park on February 17, 2013 at 4:06 am

    Falling in love and getting into a relationship is always a risk. No one can say if the man is the right one or wrong. It will always be up to you if you want to give it a try and see if things work out.

  7. Michele Bergh on February 17, 2013 at 3:56 pm

    Your reminder is a great one for all aspects of choice in our lives, not just relationships. It’s hard sometimes to remember that there isn’t a right or wrong, just choice. Thank you.

  8. Megan Potter on February 19, 2013 at 7:58 pm

    I know when I am in alignment by listening to the “lower” parts of me. That is to say, if I get out of my head and stop “thinking” about the thing at hand and rather start listening to what is happening in my head and my heart. I let go of attachment to the outcome and just sit with how the thing feels right then and there.

    <3
    Megan

  9. Sue on February 21, 2013 at 6:15 pm

    Always important to listen to our true feelings and then make changes along the way if we need to. Wonderful thoughts here!

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