I've said it before, and I will say it again. Life is FULL of challenges. It is how we weather them that matters most.
I lived such a life of imbalance, and I am so grateful I have come so far in the key of living a life of a Happy Medium. LOL!
You see, as like most of us, I had stories going on and states of denial being lived. I believe it to all be part of my journey that was set in writing almost 45 years ago. And, now with adult eyes, things look oh so much different, and I am grateful.
I have owned what I am able to do out loud and proud, and every day I make a conscious effort to learn, to grow, to love and be the best "me" possible. That includes loving my shadow side, for we truly are an "all" not a "one". I own my imperfections, and own my stuff, and it is such a peaceful, balanced way of living. I could NOT be happier.
If we are Spiritual Beings having a human experience, our task in life is to take all things to Spirit. Taking them to Spirit brings a higher perspective to any situation we find ourselves in. We are not to deny, but honor, the human part of the experience (sad, mad, angry, glad), and release it to Spirit to handle. For, in the end, they truly have us.
If you pause for a moment, close your eyes, take a deep breath and slowly let it out, it is in that space that true balance lives. Right at the center of us. Our Soul. Our link to Spirit. Our inner peace.
In that moment, we begin to feel something so calming that it needs to be recognized. It is us. The All. And it is a place of balance. Yin and Yang. Ebb and Flow. Home.
When I took myself to this place, the human in me recognized the Spirit within and my life was forever changed. I finally felt like I belonged Here, and knew what it was in the world of service I was supposed to honor.
Each and every one of us has that spot and has at least one act of service written into their Soul Chart. The sooner we honor it, the bigger life gets and it is never too late to honor what it is your heart truly learns for.
Enjoy being Here and ask the Universe, "How Shall I Serve?", then let it go and be open to seeing what it is they would have you know. The inspiration can pop in via a thought, repetitive words, or an image. Just be open.
Imagine what a peaceful world we would have if everyone gave themselves the gift of honoring the light deep within each of us. The place where everything, in every moment, is absolutely perfect! The place where there is a yearning of something one wishes to do.
And, one step bigger, what if we worked hard to see that in one another. We all have a story. Moments to embrace, moments to accept, a life to be cherished, and an act of service that aids in creating a better world. But we all have a light that deserves to shine!
Don't you think we all deserve it?
I do, and I wish it for you!