One of the best imageries of our true potential is seeing ourselves in spirit form. You see, we are all spiritual beings on a human journey. The goal of the human journey is growth. In the spirit realm, everything is possible, love abounds, and unconscious limits do not exist. Given this information, the question I have is: why not live as a spirit having a human experience? Just think on your limitless power and capabilities as all of the possibilities of the spirit realm exist in the human realm. The problem becomes the human mind and belief systems as well as the neural reactions we have trained into our bodies. I bring up these points as a way of upgrading your paradigm. By using the larger paradigm, you can harness the power of the limited with the aspects of human existence.
As humans, we struggle for actualization. Before awakening, we get caught up in the human struggle ~ and that’s okay. The thing is, as humans, we can learn how to rest rather than give up. Resting, relaxing, Netflix and chilling, breathing in the smells of nature, and so on are gifts to our human bodies and minds. We all get discouraged, lose sight of the bigger picture, and so on throughout our time on earth. Today, I want to share some tips for getting through the valleys of life and finding hope even when things feel dark.
- Release your resistance to being in difficult places. Being in the dark is difficult and rarely fun. It is our resistance, however, that makes dark times even tougher.
- Refuse to overwork yourself. On days you cannot human, go easy on yourself and find opportunities to rest and relax.
- When life’s circumstances are getting you down, think about the unlimited power you actually hold. Even when surrounded by naysayers, it is up to you to decide to revel in your power or dim your light.
- Take time out to meditate. There is no right or wrong way to do this. The secret is to let go of your conscious mind and swim in the limitless existence that is.
- Refuse to let the limitations of others affect you. Restrict access to yourself with people who tear you down and encourage you to do less. These people are the joy killers of life and have no place in YOUR life.
- Quantify your goals. Don’t just say, for example, that you want to be successful. Rather, quantify what success is to you: spending lots of time with family, being debt free, living with a clear conscience, not having to worry about money, completing an education …
All the best!