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IntuitionWhat does your highest good look like?

Elizabeth Candlish

Everything is working out for my highest good.

What does your highest good look like?

This is an interesting question but firstly let’s take a look at what ‘highest good’ means in a broader sense.

I first came across the ‘highest good’ sentiment in a seminar with Louise Hay, and later in the books that she’d written as she pioneered for an understanding of mind, body and spirit wellness. For me and so many others before and after me, Louise was an open door.

I came to understand that ‘highest good’ was a term carried in affirmations. I recall one in particular, “All is well. Everything is working out for my highest good. Out of this situation only good will come. I am safe.” 

The practice of saying this affirmation out loud was a body, mind and spirit call to ‘surrender’ to what lay before me, of which I had little control over, encouraging me to give my faith to something I could not see, but perhaps could feel would exist for me, one day.

From this point, the ‘highest good’ surrender affirmation opened another door. It opened a door to ‘my‘ highest good in that firstly, it was a thing, and secondly, I could receive it.

Your highest good can be identified as a way of life, a conscious choice, or a knowing that you seek it.

Your highest good can also be considered as your right in this life.

Because, you deserve to have the highest of good experiences in your life.

Now, the difference between knowing it exists, wanting it to show up and it happening is this:

You have to be open to accept the things that come your way and recognise that not everything will be covered in rose petals, in fact, sometimes things that show up can come with a nasty odour.

This leads me into the bigger question about what your highest good looks like, which is incredibly unique to you and your circumstances as well as your personality, your desires and your goals, but this aside, the question that comes up is ‘How will I know that what’s in front of me is for my highest good, and how will I know how much to put up with to serve my highest good?”

And this is where things get really special.

You are your own navigating compass, or at least you could be if you tune in.

Your guiding compass is your inner knowing, otherwise called your ‘intuition’. By tuning into this innate guiding power, you will have the wisdom to know when to go forth, when to pull back and when to let go. This intuition will be your guiding light in all situations. You’ll know when you’re receiving your highest good, you’ll know when your being taught something important which will later feed into you receiving your highest good, and you’ll know when something is definitely not a part of this make up, meaning that you spend more time on the things that matter and less time on the things that don’t.

In summary, your highest good and the energy you use to navigate it, as well as, the acknowledgment of it when it’s received is in your hands. You can embrace your highest good by embracing radical responsibility for the actions you take, the goals you have, the desires that burn and for the life you want to experience.

You life is ready to be taken control of and you can do so with making simple changes in how you show up.