September 20, 2014
Growth demands a temporary surrender of security. It may mean giving up familiar but limiting patterns, safe but unrewarding work, values no longer believed in, and relationships that have lost their meaning.
John C. Maxwell
My sense of the world has changed so significantly in the last two years that I hardly connect with how life “used to be” with my present eyes. Some very important seemingly im-possibilities, said hello to me and manifested into reality. The journey has not always been sweet but it’s been everything I need.
I am working it all out in this lifetime, instead of watching it all pass me by. I am so fortunate to have been given the opportunity to spread my pretty wings. The view from up here is amazing. I can see so far, and it’s also quite humbling as I mature into the womb-man I am becoming every single day.
Maturing eyes also means growing up from self-destructive patterns of behavior which often stagnate your blessings. I have learnt not to give up on myself, my blissings or my power. Love never leaves me alone so I have no need to fear. Extending trust in the process is also a major requirement.
I would not suggest blind faith, just to have confidence in your ability to create and to attract the best things through focus, and to trust in the universe and nature’s ability to provide what you need. Ponder the birds, the bees, and the trees and how they live and be; you are no less than they are.
Acting with more wisdom is also a by-product of my growth. I am more willing to take some time to decide, thinking and looking more deeply, respecting my intuition, and letting it be my inner guide to overstanding the situations I find myself in. I am always looking for lessons where once existed problems and enigmas, which seemed insurmountable.
I must admit also that in seeing myself, I am less hard on myself. The world is not linear to me and I am learning to accept the ying and yang of life, duality if you will. Maturity, growth and learning do not stop, they are continual, so I will always be evolving and that’s ok with me. As Nesta Marley reminds me “every little thing is gonna be alright.” I am thankhful for this message. It reminds me to take a deep breath and let life unfold, as it should.
I am also learning to cherish and hold closely those relationships and connections, which are upful and positive. Your innerg will tell you when you are being affected by toxic Nrg, do pay attention and make the necessary adjustments required to preserve your most precious commodity, other than the breath of life, that of your peace of mind. Misery loves company but we don’t have to be about that life.
I intended to share these few gleanings from the life I’ve been leading, in the hopes that something imparted will influence reflection and perhaps contemplation, then acts of positive change. Change is after all our most consistent companion in life. I began sharing myself with you through my words and I will continue to do so. When next we meet, time only knows. From my heart to yours, know it’s always warriess love.
This has been a peek at the view through my maturing eyes. I invite you to stay with me as I grow and find my glow. Peace and blissings