Manifesting the Liberated “I”
So ones and ones, I begin here in this place, in this moment, on this paper, in this line, paragraph, and sentence and with this word: Liberation.
My now has become more important, than my yesterday and even my tomorrow.
This gift just keeps on giving, I tell you.
So this transformation continues and will continue as long as I breathe and seek and need to break the chains that held and still somewhat hold me captive.
My greatest liberating activity so far is freeing my thoughts. According to The Ten Mental Laws and The Power of the Mind by Barbara Berger, “Our thoughts are creating our reality”. Deeply I ponder the reality I’ve lived versus the one I was created for and should create.
My thoughts, just before I act, are so powerful; they are the key to the ignition of the vehicle to life that will move me on my journey forward. Though they have such power, my thoughts cannot change Absolute Reality, but they can affect the experience I have in this Absolute reality. Yea that just got deep; and I find myself awakening, rising and cultivating the newness of life.
So what will my thoughts manifest for me as I adjust my thinking and by extension my reality and my experience of this Life? I am on the way to finding out the answers to this. I already know I am free to think as I only can. So I have the master key to my possibilities. They do not belong in the hands of another soul.
So now I choose to focus on keeping my energy free from static, the interference of external activities, so I can hear myself breathe and just be. In the silence of the soul, my own voice becomes louder than brass and tinkling cymbal. I must listen and respond rightly.
And now that I am “overstanding” the power of my thoughts and that I am free to think, I am changing that thought process; not forgetting to observe the law of focus, which states that “whatever you focus your attention on grows” [The Ten Mental Laws]. So I focus on positive energy, in essence “cutting off ‘mi enemies’ energies” [KabakaPyramid]. If I never focus on a so called problem then the problem doesn’t exist, especially as a problem, no matter what anyone else says. So I am leaving behind all the things which will not benefit this journey and taking the building up of myself to the next level.
I want my soul, my mind, my love, my “thankhfulness”, my essence to grow. As W.E. Henley so poignantly wrote, “I am the master of my fate. I am the captain of my soul”.
I hope you will stay with me on the journey, as always it’s just love till more time.
Who am I?