Every moment is a creation. You have choice. Your life is your spiritual journey.
You will always be right. What do you want to be right about?
Our lives are a journey. A spiritual journey. We experience, in order to expand. In our experiences, we have choice.
Some experiences we’ve outgrown. We’ve learned what we needed to from them, and we no longer carry them daily. Like your best friend in fifth grade whom you chose to drift apart from, but in hindsight you see that you now listen to your inner authority over others’.
Some experiences are foundations. We’ve built upon them, and we continue to learn and grow from them. Like your religious history, that opened the door for choosing an even deeper and ongoing spirituality.
How about our challenging experiences? The ones in which we wonder what the right choice was. Should I have stayed in that relationship? What if I had not moved? Did I choose the right career?
Did I make the right choice? Did I take the right path? Read More
I heard a description of self-compassion the other day that changed my world. My entire body melted in resonance, even as my mind kept moving ahead. This incongruent body response was so profound, I thought I better pay attention.
Self-compassion is the ability to be easy with yourself, no matter what is going on in your life.
Let’s be honest: “No matter what is going on in your life” likely means that you are in the midst of something challenging. Read More
Self-help, mental wellness, and personal growth is awesome. I highly recommend it. And if you’re here, you’re likely already doing this.
However, there is a sneaky part of self-improvement that many of us start from which is short-sighted. We view ourselves through the lens of seeing that something is wrong, and we’re trying to fix ourselves.
Allow me to share a new outlook: Read More
So here’s the deal. If you make God your Source for all financial, emotional, and spiritual abundance, you open yourself to unexpected, unlimited good. Each individual person, place, or thing is just the temporary, transitory form the Divine uses to bring what you need.
Tosha Silver, Outrageous Openness: Letting the Divine Take the Lead
Isn’t this fabulous news??
It’s not our spouses, our children, our friends, our boss, or the person at the lottery ticket counter that our blessings do (or seemingly don’t) come from. They simply come through them.
We can simply appreciate it when it does work out that way.
This lets us take the pressure off of the people in our lives. We get to release ourselves from putting that responsibility on them in the first place. And on us.
About time, too, to be honest with myself.
Looky there — I just became even more emotionally abundant with that awareness.
Who or what in your life are you accidentally projecting responsibility onto for your blessings? Your job, for your financial abundance? Your spouse, for your emotional well-being on a daily basis? Your minister, for your spiritual expansion? Where do you misplace a similar burden on yourself, for another?