In the modern society, we are so consumed with the want of acquisition of almost anything, whether it is needed or just wanted.It may come in the things we want to have, a job we want to do, people we simply want to be with. We feel fulfilled when we acquire them and very frustrated when we don’t. But, it just all ends up there right? It’s fleeting and temporary..
As Shakespeare emphasized not so long ago “To be or not to be, that is the question.”
Our greatest potentials are all existent. However, we must first “know” before we experience it as knowing precedes experience and not the other way around.
Wishing a peaceful world , to be wise or compassionate requires us to “be” the first one to do so. Everything else will follow. If we wish for love, we must “be” the first one to love. This puts us in a position where we can see what will happen ahead and eventually lead us to what we’ve always wanted. “Being” something transforms those demands into a universal state of preference thus smoothing out the flow of energy.
Being too needy or demanding restricts the flow of energy and has limiting effects to what the Universe can offer. It dissolves the essence of your request. Learn to trust rather than to expect.
Nobody is exempted from wanting a little more. Unfortunately, if we are always on the run searching out for happiness and failing to choose happiness in simpler ways, it results in a misunderstanding between satisfactory and less than satisfactory results.
“Deciding ahead of time what you choose to be produces that in your experience.” Conversations with God, Neale Donald Walsh
People who are constantly happy look more beautiful than those who are not. They tend to achieve or have greater results or as if they have almost everything and can do almost anything.
You are what you put your mind into. If you think and act as if you are something, it will draw that near you. It will eventually be you.
Naturally, our body, mind and spirit are supposed to be in sync with each other. Creativity works when this is enabled.
Take some time to contemplate if what you’re currently doing is what you actually wanted in the first place. Does it feel right? Does it give you the joy you’ve been searching for?
Always remember to recognize and acknowledge a higher Source of Being that gives you nourishment and power.
Constantly thinking you are poor in so many ways other than money stagates you and your potentials. However, remember that the consequences are results of your own point of view.
The highest Source of Being mentioned above is the Spirit, the God or Source Energy which is the alpha and omega, the light and the dark. The Being who is everything.
Admittingly enough, humans are more concerned with the negativities coming their way than actually acknowledging and being thankful for the blessings received and are yet to receive. Always be thankful and content.
Remember that this is a world of duality. There will always be opposing conditions existing in the same space in the physical dimension of life.
From the Book 3 of Conversations with God, it says, “[You] cannot choose to be magnificent unless there is something to choose from. Some part of [you] must be less than magnificent for [You] to choose the part of [You] that is magnificent.”
We cannot know the existence of one thing without the existence of its very opposite. Like love and hate, rich and poor, health and sickness. Do not resist that which you do not want to happen but do not dwell on it as well.
Be neutral and open and let everything flow at its own pace. Take the possibility of learning new things and experiencing new challenges by allowing things to draw itself to you. Do not dwell on what is ritual or routinary.
The past and the present do not live together but are rather to be seen as parts of a whole.
Life is dynamic and problems might resurface at different times in different intensity. This is an opportunity to bring about a solution better than the one you used before.
Be the person you’ve always wanted to be. Who you become depends on how you do it. Have joy in being the person doing what you do best.