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Taking Responsibility: Unlocking the Doorway to Freedom

November 22, 2023 Angela Blaha Season 1 Episode 36
The Impactful Influencers Podcast 🚀✨
Taking Responsibility: Unlocking the Doorway to Freedom
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Ready to strip off societal expectations and taste the essence of true freedom? Brace yourself as we journey with Renee, our insightful guest, into the depths of authenticity and taking full responsibility for our lives. This episode zooms in on the critical alignment of our physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual selves. It's time to confront the lurking shadows of isolation that hover around personal and spiritual growth. Dive into the uncharted realms within yourself, shed old patterns, and unlock the treasure chest of fulfillment.

Ever pondered over the role of authenticity in challenging societal norms, or the pitfalls of overloading ourselves with responsibilities? Join us as we unravel the mystic threads of self-actualization. Reel in the power of embracing your true self and step into a world of boundless freedom. It's time to let go of uneasiness, fear of abundance, and refocus on your path to self-love. Stroll down the lane of self-discovery and usher in the epoch of growth and evolution. Because, after all, isn't the journey of life all about becoming who you truly are?

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Angela Blaha:

All right. Hey everyone, and welcome to the Blueprint podcast. Today Renee is with me again.

Renee Keene:

Hari, today Renee oh wonderful, it's wonderful to see your face. Yeah, you too I enjoy this. The time is now. I'll say Awesome.

Angela Blaha:

Well, the time is now, because we are talking about full responsibility today and are you ready to receive it all? We've been talking about abundances, about self-actualization, all the things right, so today we're going to dive deeper into receiving it all, because you can't receive it without being responsible for it. So welcome to another episode of the Blueprint podcast everyone, where we dive deeper into these kinds of questions that challenge, literally challenge and disrupt our growth and push us towards living fully, living authentically. So today we're going to explore this crucial aspect of full responsibility for our soul, for our physical body, for our mental body and for our emotional body to be a fully unified, holistic, authentic soul. So, in New Earth energies, I feel that we are really being hit hard with this energy and this posing question Like what's your take, renee? Like I think we've been feeling this for a while, but I think that it's ramped up within the last week or so.

Renee Keene:

So, very much so, and I think, as we are integrating more of the New Earth in our beings our physical beings, our spiritual beings, our emotional beings, all of that, the soul there is a huge responsibility that comes with that, and we keep in my own self, as well as others, clients and people, it's kind of like, well, I'm ready to be responsible for this, but well, I don't know if I'm really ready to be responsible for my own physical health, the shell that holds my soul. You know, it seems like we're jumping into a today. We're jumping into that whole unification of that process as opposed to, as opposed to I can okay, I can work with my body, if you want more of my physical body, but I'm not going to think about my emotional or my soul or anything like that. So it's like it's time now and we're being called. We're being called to unify it all.

Angela Blaha:

Yes, for sure it's easy. It's really easy to fall into that trap of taking just enough action to get by, right, yeah, like I've been, I've done that, like I'm just going to get by, I'm just going to do enough to get by. But is it truly fulfilling? Like that's really the question that's been coming up is, wait, do I feel fulfilled? Am I content with who I am, why I am, you know what I am, all of the things? Or am I selling myself short, like I've been selling myself short? For sure I feel the biggest impact right now in the conscious field is to align to these two aspects of ourself, to stop splitting ourself in half. Right, like literally saying, okay, I'm taking full responsibility for all of myself, and is it being fulfilled? Like that's. Like that inner conflict between how we perceive ourselves and our authentic way of thinking about ourselves, like that's where the gap is right now, and how we present you know, how you present yourself to the world is, I think, where we focus before. But moving forward, I don't think it's going to have any. I think we need to switch that. I think we need to change it and literally be how do I live authentically within myself and am I being responsible and do I feel fulfilled Like those feel like Like the importance and valuable kind of components moving forward? It's where our real morals and values reside. Mm-hmm, ooh, that's a big, very good. Yes, it's a big concept right there.

Renee Keene:

It's a huge concept and it's as simple, can be as simple as I'm working on my I'm working on my emotional self. So I'm doing all the tools and using all the pieces that I've gleaned to really work on my emotional self while I eat a pan of bars, which is not working, then on my physical being okay. So it's just becoming aware of we're working on it all at the same time. We're working on it all at the same time and we get to work on it all at the same time. We don't have to segment it like you were saying. It's like be responsible and aware of all parts, which is a huge so.

Angela Blaha:

It is, and you have to be willing. The acceptance component comes in. When are you willing to give up the inner conflict? Literally are you willing to give up the inner struggles, the resistance to living a holistic kind of lifestyle, the resistance to working not necessarily working on, but literally being fulfilled right, being fulfilled with your purpose, like the real reason that we're all here? Are we willing to give up that inner conflict and align and be responsible to the true self? Like that's the biggest hurdle that I see with clients this last several weeks, with even myself in myself and seeking that personal and spiritual growth? Like feeling like the outlier all of my life. Like am I fully embodying that? Because who cares if I'm an outlier right To the rest of society? Like it's very isolating. I've lived a very isolated life because I felt like I've been working on my spirit. I've been fighting my soul self. Like really working on the mental and emotional components Every now and then diving into the body, but not really bringing that into the complete picture until now, but believing in giving up that inner struggle and really believing that I can and am being fulfilled by my authentic self. Like that's the responsibility. What do you think about that? Like I feel like that's the key that opens the door.

Renee Keene:

I just say, when you said that, it's like I got tears in my eyes because I think it's that accurate. You know what I mean. It's like yeah, that is, that is complete and total fulfillment. That is complete and total embodiment for unification of who I am.

Angela Blaha:

Yeah, this morning or during the night like I didn't sleep very well last night, but anyway, I was thinking about responsibility, like we never released from responsibilities here in this third dimensional kind of frequencies that we have a gazillion Like I've been responsible and mother I had to mother my own mother when she had a heart attack at 14, you know she couldn't do anything and back in those days it was a whole different world with heart disease. Was yeah, you know, and so so I've had huge response like huge responsibilities my whole entire life, and I was like my higher self was like giving me this vision of the matrix and how we're always, constantly being responsible for something here, outwardly responsible for something. But how many times have we challenged that aspect or that concept, that believe, and said, okay, I'm only going to be responsible for my authentic self and that's the. That's a game changer. When we challenge the right, these unconscious beliefs that create barriers, they literally create barriers. Me thinking that I had to be 100% responsible for my mother, my brother, my father at age 14. Well, that was given to me like it was literally placed on me and and I fully took it, you know, I felt responsible, I knew I could do the job, you know, but it created barriers and it hindered me from experiencing thriving because I fell right into that lack mentality that they, that they had, you know, and and with my mother being out of commission for what? Three months, it literally was not thriving at that point. It was being responsible for all the things. I literally put my authentic self on the shelf, you know, and I feel like I've tried to bring that back over time and I and I feel like we do that, we like we all have that sort of thing going on In order to really experience freedom. We have to stop doing that, we have to challenge that.

Renee Keene:

And that is as simple sometimes as claiming that authentic self, when you sometimes just I'll speak for myself. I'm in a conversation with people and I'm just like I really want to say something authentically from me or my higher self and I just zip it because I'm passing a judgment that they're not going to receive it, which then puts me on the shelf from being my authentic self. So that's a huge piece for us all to look at. I mean, you don't have to be sassy when you say something, but it's like okay, there again I'm on the shelf, I'm not going to share.

Angela Blaha:

When it could be just the breakthrough that people need. You know what I mean Exactly exactly these self-imposed limitations that we've put on ourselves. They do not open us up to abundance or anything or anything. No, they stop us from literally living, honestly from living. Yeah, wow, they do, don't they? Like, you know, the whole responsibility thing that came up during the night was like, oh my gosh, like I could just like the pictures were just revolving. It was like, yeah, we're responsible for this, and then we're responsible for this. And then, you know, when are we ever have full responsibility for the authentic self, the soul self? I mean, that's really what the soul is is your authentic, pure self, you know. And so Go ahead. And so when, like when, are we ever responsible for that?

Renee Keene:

It doesn't even allow us to explore our authentic self when we behave like that Exactly, and that's what we're calling everyone to do discover, explore, find your authentic self and quit basically hiding behind, behind responsibility for others. Yeah.

Angela Blaha:

You know what? Yes.

Renee Keene:

I'm not saying there are times in our lives when you know if you're the parent of a small child, yes, there are some responsibilities that come with that. You can't just leave them alone in the house and walk off. That's a phase though in our lives we don't have. When they're in college, we don't have to be responsible for what they're doing or where they're going or what's happening. So you know, there are times in our life, when or like when your mom had her heart attack and you did need to step in for three months. That may have been a time where it was okay to shoulder some responsibility, just recognizing that you can go back to your authentic self. Does that seem accurate, I guess.

Angela Blaha:

Yeah, totally. But I think that once we take it on like I don't think I ever gave that up until my mother died. You know what I mean. Like I still felt responsible for her health, for her financial situation, for all the things. So I think that we need to have some sort of awareness around this. When we take on responsibility, Are you taking it on and making it yours? Making it yours, which literally I've said this before in the past it steals a part of them.

Renee Keene:

Mm-hmm.

Angela Blaha:

You know, and I've said over and over, my mother was just basically a shell. Well, how did I contribute to that shell, you know? I mean, I'm sure I did, because I took on that whole responsibility and I never really gave it back to her because I had some sort of weird, some sort of weird belief that she couldn't handle it there you go, you know, and people can apply that whole thing that you just said to any part of their life, absolutely.

Renee Keene:

Do we do that with work? Do we do that with children or spouses or siblings? You know how often do we think that it's ours and it may be for you know this amount of time, and then we never give it back. Yeah, right.

Angela Blaha:

Right, boy, that's profound, that's what creates that matrixy kind of energy where you're entangled and you never become untangled, mm-hmm Right. And so when my mother did die, I handed all of her stuff to her and I was like, oh, I'm so sorry, you know, for taking this away from you. It was never mine to take, but this is how it worked, you know. And then you just you move on and you stop being responsible for her. Had I done that when she was alive, her life probably, maybe would have been a little bit different. But who knows, maybe it wouldn't have so again. You know, I can't project that or reject that. I can't do either one of those. It is what it is, but I know better now. But you know, in receiving it we have to be responsible for our own self-actualized being in order to receive it all. Like there's a component in self-actualization where you admit that you can receive it all and you're willing to receive it all and be responsible for receiving it all. There's the key, not for someone else but for yourself. I think that we have a lot of fear about that. I mean, we've been trained to be more than willing to be responsible for others, but how often are we trained to be responsible for the self? And in self-actualization, that's the number one thing. Mm-hmm, Mm-hmm.

Renee Keene:

And it is a relearning or a retraining or a drop of old belief patterns I'm not quite sure what terminology people want to use because we have been programmed, trained, taught to behave that everything's outside of us, which is exactly the opposite of what Angela has been bringing to all of us. It's what's within us. Yeah, it's what is within us, not what's without or outside of us. I should say so. It's like basic concepts you're sharing here. We're just not aware of them. We're just it's foreign.

Angela Blaha:

It is.

Renee Keene:

I think that said that's the thing. Yeah, it's a foreign concept that I need to be responsible for everything about me. I was raised to be responsible because I'm the oldest in my family. I was raised to be responsible to take care of all the little ones. I grew them. You take that with you and you think you got to take care of everybody, Right, that's not a judgment on my parents or anything. It's just I never was. I guess they did tell me to be responsible for my own actions, so that too, but it was a different way. It was everybody else first and then you. Yeah, Now I see it differently.

Angela Blaha:

Yeah, we definitely need to switch that, and I think these young kids that are coming in already have that ingrained in them.

Renee Keene:

I do too.

Angela Blaha:

That's a shift for them, for the consciousness. At the same time, it's a very introspective journey for anyone who's older than 10.

Renee Keene:

Yes, oh yes. So, Angela, I just want to ask when one is moving into that authentic responsibility I'm going to call it which means every piece of my being, can you, because I truly do see that that's where that complete unification resides, when you can pull all of those pieces together, do you see anything that could be a? I'll call it a sign for people to recognize? Oops, there I go again to catch ourselves so like when we're moving into that, not being very clear, I guess, on what I'm trying to say.

Angela Blaha:

I think, once you challenge your own belief about authentic responsibility and are you working as a whole being, and I think that the word wholeness or holistic needs to be a part of our desires every single day. You know what I mean Like it needs to be a goal or gold maybe not a very good word to use, but it needs to be a focus. There's the word. It needs to be a focus and I think when we divert from the focus and that requires us to be hyper conscious you know constantly be saying am I focusing here or is this a distraction or a diversion? Or is this? Am I going to go out and play in this yard over here today and lose my focus? Now, that can be an intention. Right, you can intentionally lose your focus for a little while, just so that you can. I don't know, maybe it's a de-stressor or something it could be, but the point is to bring yourself back to the focus, like we live in a world of extreme dualities and so to say that we're just going to keep the focus 24-7 is probably not a reality, because life, we have people in our lives and we have jobs and we have all these things. We have world wars and we have all this stuff. And so to say that we're never going to be diverted or have some sort of a distraction is probably you're just lying to yourself and you know to say, oh well, yeah, I'm intentionally going to go and dig deep into this and then I'm going to come back into the focus. So I think it's all about the hyper consciousness, like really being intentional with who you are and why you are. If you're going to divert yourself, then make that to be part of the plan. You know, like, let the distraction be part of the plan instead of being derailed by the distractions.

Renee Keene:

And I know many, many people who have talked about I want it all. I want it all. I want it all. I do see this as a key to getting there Totally. I do see this as a key to getting there because even when you work on your physical body I'm going to say so, I got a sore knee I can energetically work on that. I can ask you to energetically work on that. I can do all of that. But do I really ever get to that root of it if I am not going to be responsible for why it's there Exactly? Which could be emotional, which could be I tripped and fell and hurt it? I mean, there are a variety of things that it could be, but it's that baseline of being responsible for why something is as it is in my physical body.

Angela Blaha:

Exactly. Yeah, it could be like two years ago when I hurt my knee. I cut it so deep that you could see the knee. Oh yeah, that was me testing myself if I could actually heal it within instantaneously, instantaneous healing, which I? It was just a test for myself. But you know, had I admitted that, it probably would have been something terrible. You know probably would have went into something terrible. But it was like, oh my gosh, did I just test myself, I don't need tests, I don't need tests. That whole thing about testing your own abilities is the craziness. And I was like, yeah, I don't need a test. I know who I am, you know. But it was proof. It was again proof, and you know most people. If you're following me on Facebook or anywhere, you know that I'm working on the body again, bringing that into a whole different level of holistic responsibility, which is like mind blowing for me, Like I've never worked at this depth before, particularly with the body, and so you know. So now we're adventuring into a whole different level of conscious awareness here. But yes, that is the responsibility is saying, is being truthful with who you are right, Like letting yourself be truthful. No, I could have denied that. I was seeing myself and said oh, you know this water being tripped me and cracked open my knee on the ice and blah, blah, blah. You know I could have created a whole damn story around it, but no, it was me, it was all me. And it is all us most of the time, absolutely Always, all the time. I was going to say not most of the time, it was all the time, exactly.

Renee Keene:

Yes.

Angela Blaha:

Yeah, I like that answer that question Like I think it's the hyper consciousness that's really being intentional for who you are, why you're here, what you're doing, what the hell are we doing here?

Renee Keene:

And so it gets back to that whole. It gets back to the basics of what you've been talking about forever. It really does. Yeah, self-actualization, self-love, if you want to throw that in there, all of that which is part of the all. Yes, you know, we really get to achieve that. We do it's right there, as long as we can be super vigilant, exactly, super focused. I'm going to use a super, it's like your word, hyper focused. Yeah, I mean it is, and it's OK to take the time in your day to do that for you. And sometimes we have to give ourselves permission for that, which is really sad that we're there, that we have to give ourselves permission, because our authentic self knows Right, just knows.

Angela Blaha:

So Well, I think that in order to receive right, like we've talked about, receive for weeks now, in order to receive all the abundances of the new earth and even the old earth, right, it all boils down to you being responsible to your authentic self, the true you, Instead of living all of these belief systems, all these lies, all of these like our projections right, all the stories, instead of living through that like, really being truthful and honest with who you are and letting the world see that like, that's the next step, that's it's a big one to let people acknowledge that you're your conscious disruptor and you're you know, you live it on the edge of humanity in your whole life and you think differently, like I think, so we think differently, right, like, and I don't want to think any. I don't want to be like, I don't want to fall into the trap of the programming which is like that's a rough edge for me. You know, and have I done it in the past. Absolutely, I've fallen into that sort of trap, but I know that when I'm really truthful with who I am and about who I am, like, I don't, I don't even want to be in that sort of area, because that's punishment for me, when you're in the programming, that to me is real punishment. You're punishing yourself, you're punishing the consciousness, you're punishing humanity, you're punishing your fellow people, you know, and I just I can't fall into that, I just don't want to even be there.

Renee Keene:

And I find for myself I don't want to go backwards. Right, I'm not saying that you know, what happened previously for me didn't get me. It got me to where I am here, but I don't want to go back and relive that redo that. It's an old pattern or an old program. So whenever I find myself slipping back, it's not a judgment of someone else's in that spot, because that's how I got to who and who I am, or how I present now, based on what I've gone through or what I had gone through, is even the right word. What I've come to understand. What I've come to understand and to know is true and real for me Now. It's that key point in responsibility no more zip in the lip. I can present this who I am. It doesn't have to come across in a judgment way on anyone else's position, but it's time. It really is such a time right now for each of us. We each have a role. We each have a driving force within us. It's not the same, it's not identical to anyone else's, and that's why it's so important to present as who you are and to link up with those that are of similar mindset. You don't have to be identical mindset, angela, and I don't think exactly the same about absolutely everything, no, but we love to bounce things off each other. What do you think about this? I heard that. What do you think? What do you think that's the driving force for me Every time I read a new book and it's got a new concept in it. That's part of my authentic self Want to know more, and it also opens up more of one of my bodies. Knowing more about some of the assistance that we can get through, like some of the physical things, like what you're working on, angela, knowing more about that helps my physical body. So, knowing more about emotional things, it's all I just I can't say it loud enough. It's time, people, I agree, I agree.

Angela Blaha:

I agree, totally agree. It is the ascension path. You know, if we're looking for the ascension path, like being an embracing responsibility to your soul, self, and living authentically, being open to receive it, all, all the abundances, like that is the ascension path. So if you're looking for that, those are the steps.

Renee Keene:

Yes, that's what you gotta do and even if you aren't aware of it quite yet, you will be shortly.

Angela Blaha:

Yes, pluto is making sure of that.

Renee Keene:

For sure, exactly.

Angela Blaha:

Exactly, it's all coming together All right, everyone. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, share and leave a review. Your feedback fueled the discussions that we have and it helps others and they find inspiration that they may need. So, until next time, keep questioning right, keep growing, keep like being authentic, because the world needs the authentic selves right now, and thank you for being on this journey of life. Thank you for being on this journey of self-actualization with us.

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