Comment from Cheryl:
One of Higgins’ posts received a ‘like’ from sexandtheshameless so I visited her site and read the first entry that popped up. Higgins had such a positive response that I wanted to share it with you.
Offering from Higgins:
There is not good, neither is there bad. Any choice a person makes is made because in some way it makes them feel better. That is all you are doing here, in physical, is continual movement toward that which makes you feel better.
Humans are designed with a sort of steering system based on emotions. You are designed to forever move towards those things that make you feel better.
When it comes to relationships you physicals are not designed to be faithful to one person your entire life experience. Someone sometime made up the rule that a person should choose one other person and then the two stay together until the end of their respective physical lives. Indeed, sometimes this works and it can be a wonderful creation for both. Mostly, though, two people get together for a while. They are compatible for a period of time and then they move on when the current relationship has created clarity about what is newly desired in a relationship.
Life, the living of life, by definition creates a continuing flow of new desires. You are programmed to always move towards the achievement of those desires.
So to sexandtheshameless: the life you are living is neither good nor bad. If you will gently examine what you like about your existence and also gently consider what is missing from your current experience that you do desire and then focus upon and think about that which you desire with positive expectation the Universe will in all cases provide you with that which you desire.
The life you are living is helping you gain clarity. That is all. We applaud you for living true to you. Remember that what is true to you will change from time to time. We encourage you to continue a gentle search for what the True You wants from the data you’ve gathered.
Received June 9, 2012 at Lake Goodwin, Washington