We came here to connect with, not disconnect from, our true selves. For some of us, this takes a lifetime; others seem to be born with a knowing that we are more than our physical body. Sadly, there are those who barely connect and continue to live a life of quiet desperation, with an empty feeling they try unsuccessfully to fill. Others never connect at all until they die and reunite with their true higher self.
Some of us feel our soul in the whispers of the wind; others in the crashing of the sea upon the jagged rocks. It might be heard in the spring song of a robin or seen in your baby’s first smile. It is that feeling of joy and infinite peace that you experience when you hook up with all that you are – the part of you that never dies but lives through all eternity. How do you connect? What is it you do when you lose yourself completely and time no longer exists?
When you take the time on a regular basis to experience soul-filled moments such as losing yourself in a hobby you adore or quiet moments of meditation, you will find it easier to keep your life in perspective. You will tend to detach, not escape in addictive behaviors, from the pain or complexity of your existence. You will be able to see through more neutral eyes as your ego-driven personality relinquishes control, and you become capable of seeing who you really are, in love and light. Not only will your health improve, but you will feel at peace as you see the wholeness and magnificence of this unique, loving being you were created to be. Nothing will seem impossible to you then. All problems are solvable, and they no longer even matter. Isn’t that a good place to be?
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I like to walk, make a visit to receive the unconditional love and laughter of my grandchildren, watch a good movie.
Beautifully said, Shirley, and so true!
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still working on it!!!-
and just as you think you’ve got it sussed, your higher self hands you another challenge – that you set up for yourself !!!!
Yes! And doesn’t it make you wonder at times why you co-created such a difficult lesson? Often I try to see it as my higher self to understand more, but sometimes I just have to shake my head! Then I tell myself to relax and enjoy the ride! 🙂
How true! I enjoyed this post so much! 🙂
Happy you enjoyed it! 🙂