In this Ascension Toolkits series we’ve looked at a lot of useful emotional tools for people on the Ascension path. Some of the tools we need at our sides all the time, like a carpenter who wears a tool-belt with his essential tools. Other tools will sit in our big toolbox, gathering dust until we need them. We’ll have to make a special trip to retrieve them. We may also need to reacquaint ourselves with how to use them, perhaps by re-reading one of these blogs.

Today’s tool is a little bit different. It isn’t so much a tool per se, more like that protective matting that mechanics sometimes put beneath a vehicle when they’re working on it. Sincerity isn’t a tool in it’s own right, it’s an attitude that envelops everything we do while trying to advance along the Ascension path. Sincerity is more like how we hold other tools.

Sincerity isn’t a tool in it’s own right, it’s an attitude that envelops everything we do while trying to advance along the Ascension path. Sincerity is more like how we hold other tools.

So why is the image for this blog the exit to a multi-story parking lot?

Binary

With most Ascension tools, we apply them to the best of our ability and we get results in accordance with that. Sincerity is different. It’s more binary—either on or off. It’s like the exit barrier at the parking lot—either up or down. We can either proceed or we’re stuck and need to call for assistance.

With sincerity there is no middle ground. You can’t be slightly sincere… somewhat sincere… mostly sincere. You’re either sincere or you’re not. The outcomes you experience will reflect this.

Here’s an example.

Fatal attraction

Let’s say you are in a committed heterosexual relationship, and suddenly you find yourself attracted to a person of the same gender. Oh my God! This is really scary! You’re no longer sure who you are and whether your current relationship is viable. So you ignore it for a while, but the feelings—and the pressure—get more intense until you recognise you’re going to have to do something.

But what? Every turn seems fraught with dangers. Not little dangers, either… big, long-term, all-or-nothing life changes. So you dive into your Ascension toolkit and start waving your emotional spanners around. You meditate. You pray. You get a reading from a free online Tarot card site. Yeah, that went well.

All of this has only served to increase your anxiety. The fundamental issue hasn’t shifted—or perhaps it’s become more pressing. It’s time to check your sincerity.

If your inner dialogue is saying, “I want to resolve this but I want to keep my current partner,” or “I want to have a relationship with this new person but I want to keep it under the radar,” or “I want to resolve this but I don’t want it to be messy,” you’re being insincere.

Conscious sincerity

Be aware that you may not hear this dialogue. You may be secretly clinging to a specific outcome. If you are consciously or unconsciously trying to manipulate a situation, the gods of Ascension will not play ball with you. The only way to be sure that you’re not unconsciously insincere is to be consciously sincere.

Your inner dialogue becomes, “I want to resolve this situation for the highest good of all. I recognise and accept that the holy excrement may hit the rotating cooling device with all its might and glory.” Boom! Then not only can change come in, but grace can too—and grace oils the wheels of change to make it happen smoothly.

So, anytime you’re stuck, check your sincerity. Allow change to happen whatever way is best and the magic of Ascension will materialise in your life.

Photo by Mike Wilson on Unsplash.