We’re told that everything happens for a reason. But really, what good could possibly lie in those everyday irritating instances such as having to rummage through your bag once again to find the train ticket, which – of course – has hidden in the last folded corner of the bag?
Last night something happened.
My mind runs its movie.
They say the best way to avoid your own tantrum is to count to ten.
It’s never worked for me.
We have been raised and conditioned to believe that we need to heal to be ok.
That we have to undergo therapy.
That we have to overcome this or that or the other.
That we have to work hard.
That only time heals all wounds (how much time? They never say).
That we have to wait
For our parents to recognize us.
For our children to forgive us.
For our man to love us.
For our friends to support us.
For the doctor to prescribe us.
For the pill to take effect.
Before we can heal.
Before we are ok.
We got it all wrong.
We are ok.
It is our decision.
Here and Now.
We are ok.
Take the decision now.
The healing will follow.
Few terms get the heat up as quickly as ‘fake’ these days. Everybody hates the fakes.
Except here is the truth: We are all fakes.
How easy is it to jump into the unknown? How easy is it to move a whole family to another continent in complete uncertainty?
It is as easy as we allow it to be.
This is the first act of three. A piece on gratitude, decisions and the universe.
Here are the top 10 ways people give away their power:
1. Choosing to be unhappy.
2. Fear of anything, especially falling in love.
3. Believing that karma or spiritual contracts are absolute.
4. Waiting for their ducks to line up before acting.
5. Believing in soul mates.
6. Attaching to unimportant details and outcomes.
7. Thinking they have dues to pay.
8. Worrying about HOW their dream will come true.
9. Thinking God decides who gets what.
10. Asking others what they should do.
Which one is yours to give up today?