The aim of this blog is to give you a satellite view of everyday events.
It is so easy to get caught up in the mundane. When that happens we get lost in the forest that is everyday live. We tend to travel deeper and deeper into the trivial and lose all context of the relevance of our life.
If I can help you see the world from another perspective with a few words that might inspire you to see yet another valuable piece of yourself that you might not have noticed before, then I have served my purpose.
We all need each other. We do not play in the great sandpit of life on our own. And as I have said many times before, there are always going to be people in the sandpit who you love to play with, others who you don't mind playing with, and of course, there are always going to be those who do not want to play with at all.
Ever wondered why that is? We are naturally drawn to people for a number of reasons. We might just love them. They are funny, kind, and they make us feel good. Or we might instinctively feel that a person has something significant to teach us, or us them. And there are those who we just do not know why we are drawn to them.
We will explore these reasons in my future blogs.
What about the people who instantly repel us? Those are the ones that seem to represent the most danger. Have you ever wondered how we 'sense' those fine distinctions?
There are sound energetic reasons for all of these differences that we should be able to discern with little effort. I will explore these in my future blogs.
We will discuss day-to-day events and let the energy take us where we need to go. We will be organic and dynamic and flow from subject to subject.
We will work from the point so view that we are energy first before we are physical beings. If we look at life from the viewpoint that we are much more than our physicality, then we are able to have different and more complete view of our lives. Without that perspective we have a narrow view like that of a spider crossing the page of a newspaper.
If we live life from the perspective of taking one step at a time onto the newspaper, all we will see are the individual letter of the words in the sentences and we might never see the entire story. The ability to view the entire newspaper will be impossible
We cannot transform ourselves by holding such a narrow point of view. First we have to see 'what is' before we can change into what we would like to become.
Come explore with me to see what is so we can transform to what we can be.