How interesting is life? Very. If actual life in its existent state were to take form it would resemble a bipolar maniac. It does at times when you feel stuck in life. You say things you later regret or do something out of frustration. It just feels as though you are stuck in a room with no windows. Well, I'm here to tell you that you are on the road to freedom from just reading this article.
I know how it feels to be stuck in a career situation where you aren't satisfied fully. Or to have talents, but nowhere to put them. Your life feels like routine and excitement seems like a distant dream inspired by a Disney film. You might even have a family to attend to or some other obligation that seems to hinder you from being where you want to be. I can sense that so far if you're still reading, you're probably screaming, "Yes, someone gets it!" So to confirm that feeling-yes, I get it!
So, how do you deal with that stuck feeling in life, you ask? The answer is quite simple. You embrace it. You have to first appreciate how far you've come before you can go any further. In that time of gratitude you pick apart your life. You compile a list of things you've learned and things that didn't work for you. That way you can be able to direct the next direction in life for yourself.
If you just say I'm stuck and out of impatient decide to embark on a journey it may push back your path. You will however emerge a better person because you'll learn greater patience, but life shouldn't be harder than it already is. So, it is less time consuming if you try to figure out your next move. Once, you get past that step you have to be willing to step out of your comfort zone. You can only see different results by doing different things. You have conquered your present lifestyle and as humans we crave challenges.
Now, your new path may require you going back to school. That is a challenge and a way to explore and will get you closer to your goal and if so, enjoy it instead of dreading it. One of the biggest things that hold us back is fear. We can over think ourselves out of anything because of past failures. When you fail it is merely a lesson and a closed door. Wouldn't it hurt more if you climbed to the top of ladder to find there was nothing there?
The universe gets us out of things at the right moment. We have intuition in which is a useful tool that requires no batteries. If you learn to train it right then you will become your own superhero. Meditation is a useful tool to help with clarity and getting in touch with your soul. It grounds you so that your mind can't interfere. Its many techniques out here too, so go seek them out. Remember, you're learning to become unstuck so take that chance.
Being stuck doesn't mean that you aren't doing enough with your life. It just means that your work in that current direction is heading for a close. You are now at a point where your soul's compass is trying to direct your path. You're equipped with the right tools for your next chapter in life. You just have to learn to give the universe time to prepare those changes. One thing I've learned is to leave the big changes to God and his workers.
He has the ultimate plan, but in the mean time you can change little things. It might not seem that taking a different route home would lead to change or talking to a stranger would be life changing either. That would be where you're wrong because who's to say that stranger isn't the business connect you need. Or that change of walking direction wouldn't put you in front of your new home. God is amazing and he can plant a huge blessing in a small package that could open up multiple doors. If you have made it this far then I must have made some sense. Take care on your journey.
Quick question. You think pirates expected great treasures from such small boxes?
Last night, I went to an automatic writing class. It was a class that would connect us with our spirit guides who could be past loved ones. As well as beings that never walked the earth before. Either way, its a spirit that has been assigned to you to help you with a task in life. There are ones whom are assigned to you from birth also. Its a really interesting subject and something I've delved into in the past.
When I arrived I was greeted by kindred spirits. We were all in a room centered with chairs. There was a nice smell of burning sage in the air. Each chair was equipped with a pen and pad. It was just an envrionment that felt grounded and spiritual. There was soft meditation music in the background. I immediately fell in love with the sounds of "om mani padme hum". In which is my favorite mantra to chant as I burn sage throughout my home.
The lady who was leading the automatic writing class was named Rachel. She has a pleasant aura around her and made me feel very comfortable. She grounded us first by telling us to send the energy from our chakra to our feet. Next, we had to expand the energy field around us. Finally, we had to give our intentions to our spiritual guides. In the beginning, it was a little awkward for me because I'm use to experience things alone.
For the past two years, I've grown accustomed to feeling presences around me. I'm use to smelling scents of flowers around me out of the blue. It is very comforting to have that ability, but often I wonder who is with me? I could of asked last night who my spirit guide was, but I was more concerned with what my destiny was. I was told that I should remain my authentic self and that I would be something amazing in life because of that. Authenticity is something I practice and preach to people.
Even so, it felt good to be in an environment with others and be able to relate and above all be able to connect. I was able to receive messages from my spirit guides and share them with others. I also received messages from others. One exercise I tried in particular was sending out a vibration into the room and seeing if someone could tell me what my spiritual gift was. All of a sudden as the meet up was coming to a close, a lady looked at me and told me that I was a healer. It was totally amazing and life changing. I definitely see myself going back to another meet up and experiencing spiritual connectivity.
You wake up and feel fantastic because you're going to complete a goal this morning. You listen to your favorite music and even kiss your annoying aunt on the cheek before leaving out the door. This is going to be your day and no one or nothing can stop it because you have fully prepared for this moment. I'm unsure of the goal you have in mind, but today is your day! Only thing that is standing in your way is a smile and a victory.
Then it happens and hits like a ton of bricks. You fall short of your expectations. You don't land that new promotion or pass that driving test. You just don't get what you were working on. You are shocked and angry initally because you prepared so well for that moment. It seemed as if the birds were chirping your victory, but it didn't happen. And it sucks!
No amount of words from a concerned lover or friend can take that pain away in the beginning. You just want to smash something or possibly fight a bear. You look forward to going home and telling your aunt just how annoying she really is. You just need to channel that anger and quickly. It's a sting that penetrates your heart. Although all those options seem soothing, especially the one with the bear, but none of them will take the pain of disappointment away.
They're not going to get you any closer to that option. In fact it may take you further away because when you do things out of anger they later come back to bite you in the ass (excuse my language). So its best to take a moment and by all means allow that anger to come out in a controlled manner. If need be, take a moment alone to think about what happened to you. You just went through a reality check and its hard to just bounce back. You are human and have every right to feel emotions.
You just don't have the right to take them out on others when things don't go your way. That is highly immature and inappropriate. However, it is wise not to sit with those negative emotions too long. It can suck the energy out of you and seep over into other areas of life. You MUST get back up and try again. You can try differently the next time. Or if its something that can't be repeated then check it off on your list as something you've experienced. Then move on to the next thing.
We are not perfection though we can have a perfectionist attitude towards life. We must be prepared for failure as told to me by someone wise. Throughout it all, concentrate on the victory and how it will feel to accomplish that goal of yours. In the mean time, continue to be kind to your annoying aunt. She loves you and is rooting you on.
Why is it that when you speak to someone older it sounds foreign to them? I'm applying this question to giving advice. Age doesn't make you dumber nor smarter. It really shouldn't define you at all. It should only be a systematical way to keep track of your life. That is what it is genuinely designed for anyways.
Yet, society seems to use it as a way to define your experiences. Trust that there are pretty intelligent teenagers who have had it rough and had to grow up faster than others. In my opinion, that is karma that has been passed on from a previous life. It honestly makes you ignorant and immature to dismiss good advice because it came from someone who is younger than you. Everyone has different experiences.
When I tell people that they can learn from a small child they often laugh. I, then give them an example of a time my niece who was five at the time. My great grandmother had passed suddenly and I was really down. My niece looked to me and said, "Auntie don't be stressed. You have to take things one day at a time." I was stunned from hearing those words of wisdom from someone who hasn't even been here that long.
I was equally impressed by how she knew the word "stressed" and applied it perfectly. It really opened my eyes and from that day on I think of her words and they truly are taken to heart. Once I tell people that story then they start to realize that wisdom comes in different packages. That is after a small chuckle. This world is a bubble of experiences and an obesity of wisdom.
There is no reason that we should be lost. If you are open to receiving and leave it at that then you'll be good. Sometimes I have been blessed with the ability to offer guidance to those who are twice my age. I believe it is because I have an old soul. Our physical may be in this lifetime, but our soul is of many lifetimes. Allow it to guide you to wisdom.
Something fills the air like metal in a flower field. It just seems to be there, but it makes everything ugly. The epic battle of wills plague the nation and its quite congested. What is the race for anyways? Is there any hearts out there that are genuine in beats? So many questions because the metal is just sitting there in the field and no one wants to move it. Everyone dances around it as they go to the bank.
Its only a few of us who have that privilege these days. This metal is highly contaminated with guilt from whomever threw it in there. A thick substance lays upon it that just makes me very uncomfortable. I don't like uncomfortable situations so I play with the flowers that aren't close to it. Somehow the metal seeps out like radiation and my little flowers start to welp. I'm discouraged at this point just like the baby who has trouble standing.
We are all discouraged like that baby who has trouble standing. Someone really needs to move that metal out of the field because a child might catch it. Then, it would be spread around like crappy rap music on a Sunday. Oh how, immoral and obnoxious of the metal! Of course, we wouldn't blame the child nor the original owner who could be traced back to mars. We never blame anyone because that's illogical and obscured. I guess the metal will stay in the field after all.
Its okay because it will outlive us anyway. Besides, we're moving to mars next week. At least that's how the news updates puts it. So reliable! Until then, I'll dance around the metal and hope that it doesn't consume my heartbeat.
What if the world was a book and humans only had a chapter? Would that then prove that life was too short? Is it possible that we are laughter in stars in comparison to the man who walked on the moon? So if the world was a book then who is it's author? An old man with an imagination is an answer. He could be the driven force as to why we should grow old gracefully. In which is followed by the meeting with "our maker". So where would animals fit into all of this?...possibly the glossary section of the great ol book of life.
They have similar purposes because they're where people turn to learn when they don't understand life. The same as the glossary serves for words that give us grief and misunderstanding. Everything seems to serve a purpose. How about chaos? Well, that's easy. Its quite frankly, the highs and lows that congest the flow of chi. In which would be equal to the climax in the story, but remember its only a chapter that we're given.
So we must crame all of life into it. When we think of it in this way then we get that sense of urgency. We are eager to finish our book to perfection. We are even more eager to read other's chapters. Ha, guess that would mean that we have to communicate. How do we communicate in this great ol book of life without words? Hmm...I ponder and I ponder.
The answer has arrived! Actions in which could leave you with a legacy or failure. To speak and only speak, leaves the mind weak and vulnerable, but to show action behind conviction is to fill the lungs with air. Thus, the birth of creativity. An endless book of chapters that constantly rewrites itself is to make peace with your past. Nothing gets erased, but things do get edited because we are capable of change. This book was created by an old man with an imagination, if the ones who were in the book were to have a say.
Again, remember we don't speak in a book so that don't matter. They are pointless matter when your mind draws a blank. We are in the dawning of a new age. A beginning of an end that is beginning. We are in the final book of a sequel. With that being said, what are you putting in your chapter? So if the world was a book and you only had a chapter, would that prove that life was too short? Or in otherwords, if it proved that life was too short, would you be willing to give up writer's block?
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