Be inspired rather than entranced.
Dearest fellow humans,
It is July already. We are past the half-way mark for 2015.
A true portal for change and evolution this year has been.
In the past few years there have been so many deaths of people we either knew personally or were somehow linked to us. However lately, we’ve begun to lose count of all the new beings coming into this world: there are so many acquaintances, friends, and family celebrating pregnancies.
Also, this is a time of transitions. People we know are moving, changing careers, leaving school systems, getting fired, or relocated in their jobs; new management structures in large corporations and long standing hierarchical structures are found to be increasingly inhumane and unstable.
Observations journaled below, little appetizers for thought:
Though this age is ripe for spiritual unfoldment and the future that humanity has strived for is here, only waiting for people to open their eyes to realize it, we are still polishing ourselves, our societies and are moving towards greater understanding of consciousness.
It is the time to be open, with our hearts shining and guiding us.
It is not the time to be gullible and scattered.
It is the time to follow intuition and courageously step into the stream of synchronicity in life.
It is not the time to be foolhardy and ignore when your intuition is guiding you to be still and present to the synchronicity that is already present in your life that you may be blind to because you are seeing through the lens of negativity or apathy. To be firm and choose your current reality over “the grass is greener on the other side” reality takes courage too.
Now is the time to explore the depth of our emotions.
It is not the time to get consumed by negative emotions of fear, jealousy and hate by losing the center of perception that allows you to observe thoughts and feelings as characters that put up a play momentarily in your theater.
“To have faith is to trust yourself to the water. When you swim you don’t grab hold of the water, because if you do you will sink and drown. Instead you relax, and float.”
-Alan W. Watts
"Life is either a daring adventure or nothing."
"You can't direct the wind, but you can adjust your sails"