Tuesday, May 23, 2023

~ Introspection ~


Most are born into this world and never find out who they are...
They are told by their parents and society what they
like and  what they think about matters .. and they accept this.
It's easier to be compliant instead of doing the work to 
find out just what makes your soul  tick .Go to college,
go to work ... study more for a second degree (in something)...
get married...start a family...grow old ...die. This is the
life pattern that we have all been given. Always consumed by being
busy and unaware ~then sadly, death...Only to repeat it all again if you
believe in karma.
Who are you? Do you really know? Finding out who you really are
requires connecting with your soul. Start refusing the crowd for solitude
and deep introspection. Be alone with yourself. Immerse yourself in quietness
and let your mind wander. Meditation is not required for this. Be present
with yourself and go with the flow of your thoughts... just be still.{ Because
we have a monkey mind, it may try to steer us off track by putting fear
and worry into our thoughts...Self- sabotage is it's forte. This is when you have the
free will and the sovereignty (even in your thoughts) to stop it...Just say
"Stop-you are not welcome here" repeatedly until you regain your peace
 and positive flow. 
Once you establish full power over your thoughts by taking control of the sabotage that
your mind (or AI)  attempts ~  they will disappear.}
As you slow down your pace and begin to flow with your thoughts, you
will start to feel more at peace with yourself and your surroundings. You 
will know yourself well enough to let the little things go and focus on what 
truly makes you happy. Make time for yourself daily because you are the
most important thing in your life. Sit still and just be quiet... Listen inside to what
you have to say... Your thought conversation will guide you to your
heart and your soul.
I AM Peace.
I AM Love.
~ Blessed Be ~


TheCrankyCrow said...

Monkey mind...that I definitely have...but I am getting better at being still. Funny it has taken so many years of my life to learn that one simple - but imperative - thing. ~Robin~

Nancy said...

I find my source of contemplative seclusion by walking in the Woods and down by the Pond.

Lori from Notforgotten Farm said...

such poignant words my friend ~ love to read your thoughts and completely agree with them!
Blessed be, dear...