Whether you like it or not, you are programmed. Your family, friends, school, the church, the community you were born into – they all play apart of it. For some, it’s not problem at all, maybe the programming works just fine for them, but for others, it may not.
Programming is simply energy inside of you that dictates how you provide for yourself, the emotional range you can tap into, permission levels for your male and female energy, how much you can be seen, how you can communicate, how clearly you can see and how much access to your truth you can have. If your spirit is shut down, then it becomes very difficult to override the programming within you. And having programming within yourself is very natural, in fact we need it to survive, but as we become adults and start to determine our path in life, well, it becomes a critical moment to decide whether or not your programming works for you.
When you start to open up your crown chakra, you begin to tap into your ability to know yourself and your truth. From there you embark on a spiritual journey discovering who you are and why you are here. That process is different for everyone and even once you seem to have things figured out, you still have to find a way to implement your truth into your life. This all takes time.
Aside from opening up my crown charka, something else that really helped me and still does, is owning my clairvoyance. During my prominent time of self discovery, having my vision turned on really helped me gain certainty regarding my identity and truth. Also when you happen to already have a good sense of yourself, having your clairvoyance on can be helpful when you are struggling to make your truth senior. In other words, when you are failing, being able to see through the thick energy you’re handling can keep you motivated and strong.
The more you embrace your truth, the more you stick out. Your unique energy begins to shine. You are no longer matched in with everyone else. It can feel weird. Being matched in with the crowd is safe so to speak, but that is not to say that you can’t find safety in your own truth. Who are you? Why are you here? Where are you headed?