You’ve heard it before.
If you’re reading this, you’ve probably been feeling (or felt) this way for decades already.
I guess time is still running out then…
I wonder how far it’s got? 🙃
How does “not having enough time,” or the thought, “time is running out” make you feel?
Anxious, stressed, panicked, overwhelmed, angry, helpless, hopeless, depressed?
All of the above?
Do these feelings, or states of being, make your experience of your day or life any better?
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What if I said that “time” has already run out?
If all the wonderful things you’re doing aren’t enough, would you stop doing them, knowing that it’s already too late?
I don’t think you would.
I’m not going to.
It’s kind of why we’re here.
One seemingly small shift in individual consciousness (a change in beliefs, thoughts and behaviour), necessitates a shift in the collective consciousness.
Some of us may see and feel those shifts more easily than others.
Changes and transformation are already happening. They’ve already happened.
Time has already run out.
It’s already too late.
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So let’s begin to weave some compassion into the story.
Pat yourselves on the back for being so amazing; for all that you have already done; and for all the wonderful things and “work” (aligning of thought, word, and action) that you have yet to do…
…and from this place of joy-filled BEing, solutions not previously before presented, nor currently known, may just pop up and say “hello!”
Thank you for BEing.
Here and now.
Waves of Love ~ •
Image Credit: Brooke Campbell on Unsplash
I was scrolling down my Instagram feed, being reminded of precious moments…
This was at the Design Indaba Expo in Cape Town in 2012.
There was a big design installation – a central wall with Post-it notes – where visitors were invited to add their ideas to the wall.
The question asked was something like, “What future do you see?”
My response was…
I was contemplating how, by having a positive seed/s of intent firmly planted within our hearts, we each have the opportunity to create a reality (and the collective power to create a world) with Love at its core.
I’m talking about BIG and BOLD Love with a capital “L”; unconditional and willing to serve.
This Love may represent part of a trio, magically interweaving with Power and Wisdom.
This Power is not intent on controlling and forcing; nor seeking attention, praise or recognition.
This Wisdom comes from letting go of what is learned and “known” (the old story), and in courageously embracing and walking the unknown.
I see these three elements (Love, Power and Wisdom) – or perhaps characteristics or manifestations of G-D / Creation / The All / DAO etc – as being part of our True Selves with just one wish… to express ITSELF through our pure hearts.
With that in mind, some questions for self-reflection and/or sharing…
- If your heart was a Post-it note, what positive reminder would you write on it?
- Or, put another way, what seed/s have you planted within your heart?
- How do you nourish those seeds each day?
- And, in this now-moment, what wishes to be expressed through your beautiful heart into our beloved world?
Thank you for BEing here now, and for expressing yourself so beautifully, just as you are.
WaVeS of LoVe ~ •
Feeling in the new. Expect calm and stability; yet be gentle with yourself as it is still a “sensitive” time.
These incoming energies are asking to be accepted and recognized. Make space for them…
Make space for the unknown.
Make space for ways of BEing that have never before been.
It takes true courage to be open to something which is so new; that which is currently not comprehensible by mass consciousness/mind.
Yet, to be open to expand consciousness and allow yourself to be a clear vehicle (body, heart and mind) for these new energies to play out, takes great strength and courage.
It involves taking a step back, keeping an open mind, and listening to the voice of your heart.
For these energies are making themselves known, and are “speaking” through the heart chakra; bypassing the conditioned self (egoic structure of past and future).
The commitment required will be to remain focused…
To not be distracted by messages or structures that are based on egoic fear and greed.
Show compassion for those who are still held by these “structures”, but by no means feel obliged to engage with them. Nor is it necessary to continue to enable them in their “old” way of being.
This means being willing to let go of outdated roles that you have been playing, and that no longer define you.
It is up to us, to stand strong at this “time”, to trust and have faith that…
All is well.
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