How might it be to have the capacity of sentience (to feel), to know with an unshakable divine intelligence and to have agency to act out of love?  How might it be to make choices which are omni-positive?  That is Sovereignty.

The more common and collective theme, I have become aware of in my own journey into Heart Centred Sovereignty follows.  This journey has required me to stand alone sometimes, to regulate my nervous system, to recalibrate, so that I could become resilient and adaptive.  It has required me to stand my ground, in truth, in order to co-regulate my nervous system out of collapse and co-dependency.  Sovereignty is a state of consciousness, and an ongoing process of growing.

How many of us are actually in charge of the conditions we live under?   We have created a society and system to which we have inadvertently relinquished our sovereignty and the result is we have given away our power to someone or something outside of us. We have lost authorship of our life and where we are going.  Sometimes this external authority, which was established to serve us, is actually parasitic in nature, and inhibits our fullest potential to live in our power and exercise free choice. We have become enslaved.

Lost and mostly unconscious of our powerlessness we are unable to recognize that we are actually using our own power to create our enslavement.   We are then reacting to this enslavement thereby giving it more power and inhibiting our free and open expression.  We are shaming ourselves with a false ideal of how we think we are supposed to be,  rather than showing up in our own truth in all its raw and wild beauty… unable to be authentic to ourselves. No wonder we feel guilt.  We are guilty of enslaving ourselves.

As a result many have developed the default consciousness of victims and become angry and resentful.   In this, often unconscious position, afraid of meeting and expressing emotional energy we have rather become normalised and socialised toward fitting in.  The need to belong is powerful and we are often afraid of the shame and consequences of not being loved, and of rejection.    This endeavour to