So, if you’re watching this right now, maybe “Junior” has paid you a visit. So, who is “Junior”?
“Junior” is a word that I use to describe “our ego.” Other words for our ego can be our “not self,” “our smaller self,” “our inner critic,” etc. “Junior” is that nagging voice in your head. “Junior” is that inner Saboteur. “Junior” is the one who wants to “play the victim” in every situation.
Sometimes, in spiritual circles, we can hear things like, “I just want to kill my ego.”
Sometimes we want to deny that loud part of ourselves, but the thing is—if your junior is really loud right now, and you just go and push Junior in a closet—well, what “resists persists,” and the issue isn’t fully acknowledged.
So you know, and I know that when we ignore something—well, sometimes when we ignore something—it, you know, it can be a good thing as sometimes things resolve on their own, but in this case “Junior” is being really loud. It’s really good for you to know what’s going on with “Junior” now.
If you’re in a space where you feel anxious or fearful, I invite you to observe it. Observe it, and have compassion for yourself. Sometimes, being a person can be really hard and what I’ve noticed about “Junior” is “Junior” can get really loud when you’re in a time in your life where you have been trusting yourself more than usual, where you’re taking some steps that are outside your comfort zone.
Yes, this voice is here because this voice and I mean “Junior’s” voice is afraid of what your life will be like if you continue to trust yourself and do things outside your comfort zone. So Junior gets really really loud.
I would love for you to love yourself, acknowledge how far you’ve come, and give yourself some attention now. This does not mean that you’re going to listen to all of “Junior’s” anxieties; all of “Junior’s” worries. You can listen but don’t have to follow “Junior’s” advice.
Just like in life: if somebody is always making choices that are really fear-based and is afraid of change—for whatever reason—I’m being guided to tell you not to listen to that person but to listen to your-Self, to your intuition to your higher self.
If you’re having a hard time hearing that right now it’s because “Junior” has gotten really loud. So, know that your intuition is not going to speak to you in this yelling fearful berating kind of way. Your intuition is likely going to be calmer. It’s going to feel more self-assured.
At this time, it’s really good for you to practice tuning in and listening to [your intuition] instead of all of the “noise.” The noise can come from within where it’s “Junior” throwing a tantrum. “Junior” can also show up in other people’s “Juniors” as well, so notice what’s going on in your environment.
Know that you can observe what’s happening. You can be compassionate. You can set boundaries with yourself and with other people. Give yourself time to acknowledge how far you’ve come and listen to yourself.
I’m Lauren Kay Wyatt. I’m your psychic, spiritual advisor, pet psychic, and transformational coach. This is Wisdom Wednesday.
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