“We are the Pleiadian High Council of Seven, and we are pleased to offer you our words of wisdom.
When you start with an appropriate approach to something that you want to accomplish, you cannot fail. You cannot fail to succeed at engaging in an activity for the fun of it. You cannot fail when you decide beforehand that the ultimate outcome of your participation in the activity will be that you know yourself more deeply.
Most of you are taking an approach to something that you do as either pass or fail. You are measuring your worth by how well you perform at the tasks involved. So many of you set out to do something not because you genuinely want to do it, but you do so in order to prove something to yourselves about your value. And then you want others to give you their approval as well, so that you have that confirmation, that validation that you are in fact correct about your self-worth.
We see all of that as very dangerous. When you place your ego on such volatile ground, it is very unlikely that you are going to succeed or that you’re going to enjoy yourself. So what we suggest is that you take a new approach towards what you want to do with your life and with every activity that you engage in.
We suggest the approach of exploration. We suggest that you begin each project with a sense of wonder as to what you will discover along the way. We want you to see all outcomes as successes, because even if you discover that you really don’t like doing what you’ve been doing, then at least you can walk away from it and do something more enjoyable. So again, that would mean that no matter what the outcome, your endeavor was a success.
If you really want to measure whether or not something serves you to engage in it, see how much of your energy you can feel flowing through you as you partake in that activity. See how much more expanded you feel and whether the activity itself maintains your interest. If it does not, you have not failed. Sometimes your activities fail you, and we want you to realize that you are engaging in quite a bit of trial and error, where ‘error’ is too strong a word.
You are simply navigating through your world to determine what lights you up, what keeps you interested in the physical, and what brings you the most joy. And all of that means that every activity is a worthwhile endeavor.
We are the Pleiadian High Council of Seven, and we are very fond of all of you. That is all.”