Distant Horizons

It’s far more likely that, if you lift your head up, you will see that although the path may be long and the goal seems to be far away, with every step you will get closer. It is when you stop realizing that the ultimate destination is still possible that you will fall back into despair and fear-based thinking.

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Set your sights on distant horizons and never give up!

We can often be pulled down to stare at the ground in front of us and lose perspective. When your focus is so narrow, it’s hard not to get depressed by what seems to be insurmountable obstacles. This is rarely the truth of your circumstances.

It’s far more likely that, if you lift your head up, you will see that although the path may be long and the goal seems to be far away, with every step you will get closer. It is when you stop realizing that the ultimate destination is still possible that you will fall back into despair and fear-based thinking.

The Law of Attraction

All too often, this kind of thinking becomes your reality. The Law of Attraction is not about obtaining great wealth, though that is possible. It’s also not about fooling yourself into thinking something is possible when every fiber of your being belies that to your current reality. The key is focusing not on what you don’t have or even what you think you want to have, since both only acknowledge that which is clearly what is. Attracting something new into your life requires that you move toward your goals with resolve and positive action.

Manifesting a new reality is not difficult, but it does take changing your state of mind. The mind likes things to stay the same; changing your mind is difficult since it requires embracing more than is known and stepping into the less-known.

Embracing the Coming Storm

You may look out to the horizon and see a storm forming. Storms can be scary. They may bring strong winds and rain, tornadoes and blizzards. What will happen when it reaches us cannot be completely known, that is what makes us fearful.

There are two distinct responses to an approaching storm; one is to do nothing, either over-confident of your level of preparation or resolved to fear; the other is to spring into action. With action, you may still experience the results of the storm, but you will know that you have done everything you could have done to prepare. This is embracing the storm. You acknowledge the potential threats, do what you can and then live with the results. Anything else is just pride, arrogance or fear.

Fear and Never Giving Up

There is an all-too-human reaction to seemingly great odds when things appear to be against us; fear. Fear is our animal instinct to the unknown. The reaction is usually fight-or-flight. Fear itself is not wrong, but it is the default position when we don’t understand what is happening. The answer is to convert the instinct to fear into the more productive action of breathing into that which we don’t yet understand and find a way to make sense of it in a non-reactive way.

By never giving up, you increase the likelihood of that becoming your reality. When you look up from the few steps directly in front of you, the known, and start focusing on that distant horizon, you begin the journey toward your ultimate goal. The path will continue to stretch out before you, but with resolve, it will get easier without succumbing to fear.

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5 things not to feel guilty about on your spiritual journey | The Reluctant Lightworker

As people shed religion and walk in freedom, they can feel guilt about the changes they are going through. Thinking about this I identified 5 things not to feel guilty about on your spiritual journey.

5 things that may happen on your spiritual journey that you don’t need to feel guilty about:

1. You may discontinue your active involvement in a church or religious organization. This doesn’t necessarily have to be some sort of judgment orcondemnation against the church or organization you were part of, but a choice you make because your involvement no longer relates to or supports where you are on the journey, or may be an obstacle and hindrance to it.

via 5 things not to feel guilty about on your spiritual journey | The Reluctant Lightworker.

Shift Hits the Fan

Shift Hits the Fan

 

By Suzanna Kennedy

 

Put your on your hat, goggles and close your mouth!  The collective unconscious is becoming conscious and it ain’t pretty.  And we thought planetary awakening would be fun. HA!

 

Give Peace a Chance

 

I Imagine that John Lennon is very proud.  Critical mass has decided to Give Peace a Chance.  All over the world, regardless of nationality or spiritual orientation, people have been petitioning, demonstrating and praying for Peace.  The collective intention for Peace has gathered the required energy to shift the planet into Peace.  And now, together we begin the journey from War to Peace.  Does anybody know this road?  Are there any signposts along the way?

 

Separation Consciousness

 

For a while, the pathway to global peace will be littered with the debris of Separation Consciousness.  It is the belief that we are separate from our Creative Source, separate from each other, separate from Mother Earth and even separated from different parts of ourselves, that cause us to hurt each other and disrespect our environment.  It is separation consciousness that leads to limitation consciousness, causing some people to hoard resources while others seem to have little or nothing. 

 

Quantum physicists are now finding scientific evidence proving what our spiritual leaders have told us for centuries: we are all interconnected by a unified field of consciousness.  We are all one and everything that affects you, affects me and All That Is.

via Shift Hits the Fan |.

Spiritual Retreat…the Return

This will be a continuing story…but today I’m still recovering from the return home!

One journey ends and another begins. Outside Hurricane Sandy is spinning her way into the DC metro area and expecting that the power will eventually go out…for how long is the question. The wind and rain washes away the past and we let go of the past.

I’m still literally and figuratively unpacking the journey that I’ve been on for quite some time. Letting go is key to being who we came here to be. The retreat was the culmination of many things that I will continue to share here.

There are many paths to the one, but each of us can only focus on the one that we’ve selected to journey alone. I will be releasing my book soon and hope you will share your own experiences of your life’s path with me. Namaste!