We all know of the courage to preserve – first responders, emergency medics and especially, now here in the West, our firefighters from all over!
And, we’re each in the drivers seat.
When there is more You available to You,
essence, inspiration, joy, connection,
creation all bubble for a venue of
expression. Self becomes the igniter of
Instead, we often feel that we’re living by
someone else’s rules and that we’ve put
others’ needs before our own and begun
to lose our footing.
Many would say the Mind – but the mental body has no material existence and so has no direct sensory/physical input. Some would say the brain – and it does help!
But your entire physical being is needed because your body has the only complete and accurate recordings of all your life experiences.
Our reality is painted by past hurts, regrets, “oops”, etc. which are still to be forgiven or even acknowledged – both by other and self.
Forgiveness gives rise to freedom and understanding, to momentum forward, wisdom and even compassion.
It releases us from the blame game, feeling trapped or helpless and somehow the victim of circumstance. It allows us to take back choices which automatically spread into all facets of our lives – past, present and future.
We have all felt time race and drag, stop and start again with blanks or gaps in the stream. From Einstein to the present, modern physics and much of metaphysics question time’s vary existence.
Yet how can something we have all experienced in so many variations not be real?
It does exist – because we create it with our brains. And, you can learn to exert conscious influence over it.
From first cell to last breath, every one replaces itself and passes on what has been learned. This downline is consistent throughout the entire body – from brain to heart to bone.
In day-to-day terms this means that the essence of your being and the growth in your life – all the ages you have been – still exist today, side by side, simultaneously in the present.
Trillions of cells, most with millions of components, operate in cooperation with each other most of the time. How is this possible?
Our bodies learn new skills, develop allergies and immunities, repair injuries, handle breathing and digesting, and keep us upright and moving without much supervision on our part.
Some(one/thing) must be driving this bus…
- “I have to but I can’t”
We are all human, and our shared purpose is to elevate that state.
If you really want what you say you want,
you must not hide;
you must commit;
and you must be willing to desire.
If we hide, can we enjoy success if we stumble upon it?
If we won’t commit, how will others be drawn to support us?