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Minding our own business.

Imagine if we paid attention to our own behaviors versus judging everyone and everything around us, most of the time the judgment is a projection of something we need to attend to. That is the beauty of people, we are all here to serve each other in powerful ways.

Taking ourselves into the equation of life is where the healing begins.

It always begins with each of us to take a look, make the adjustment and take our Divine selves out into the world and contribute our unique persona to the bouquet of people living amongst us and around us. Giving birth to a new way of living, becoming our own Guru in the highest vibration.

Today let’s shed our old stories about ourselves like a snake sheds its skin.

“Study yourself. Become your own mentor and best friend. When you are suffering stay at the bottom until you find out who you are. Let the storms come and pass. How you walk through the fire says a lot about you. Nobody likes a victimhood mentality and what happened to you is not important. It is about how you use your chaos that matters. The dawn will come”
― Mohadesa Najumi


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A much bigger reality.

Our thoughts are the cosmic gateway to getting what we want and tapping into just how powerful we really are. Napoleon Hill quotes; “Thoughts are things,” and powerful things at that, when they are mixed with definiteness of purpose, persistence, and a burning desire…”

Change your thoughts, and you can change your life. Suffering is optional for the only way out is through it.
YOU are powerful beyond comprehension, time to pay attention to your thoughts about who you are, what you can do.

The matrix was definitely ahead of its time. Dolby Dharma

Young Monk: “Do not try and bend the spoon—that’s impossible. Instead, only try to realize the truth.” 
Neo: “What truth?” 
Young Monk: “There is no spoon.” 
—The Matrix

“When Neo visits the Oracle in The Matrix, he sees a young boy in the Oracle’s living room who is bending a spoon in mid-air. The boy, dressed as a Buddhist monk, bends the spoon just by looking at it. When Neo approaches him to learn the secret, the boy tells him that in order to bend the spoon, Neo must bend only his mind. In the Matrix, the spoon doesn’t exist—it’s just a code or a program that tells Neo’s brain that he’s looking at a spoon. Neo’s mind, on the other hand, does exist. What he sees before him is not a spoon, but rather an idea his brain has created of a spoon—his own perception. He can change reality by changing his perception.

Neo remembers this exchange as he becomes more confident in his ability to break the rules of the Matrix. All he has to do is remember that the rules he breaks aren’t actual rules. Just as there is no spoon, there is no gravity, there is no time—all these things are lies the machines tell his brain. Neo can fly, for example, because he can see gravity is a false construct. Once Neo understands that “there is no spoon,” he gains more power in the Matrix.” ~explanations taken from SparkNotes

*** REmember just how powerful YOU are.

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Waking up ready, what else is there? Instead of comparing yourself to some unfortunate situation, just be grateful for all things that are good in your life. We can always compare our current conditions, and say, “well it could have been this, that or the other,” sure it could have been. Life is a lot of things, and that comparison is convoluted gratitude, the gratitude of putting a spin on things, so you feel better about your current state of being. Nance Ellis says, “Unconditional Gratitude is the natural result of opening your heart and allowing the presence of “what is.” From the humble state of allowance”.
Each one of us deserves to be ready for GREAT things to appear in our lives. Practice waking up to the simple words of, ‘Thank you,’ nothing more and see how your day goes. You deserve that abundance in your life; you just have to tap into that energy of being willing, ready and able to receive that blast of divine gratitude that is always present in you, around you.
Today and every day may I drop my stories of good and bad long enough to see the divine harmony and beauty of what is. ❤
The practice of gratitude, co-creation, and acceptance moves you into living a life you whole-heartedly embrace. ~Archangel Gabriel

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