Be The Change

“The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.”
~Albert Einstein~

Transformation begins within and all that we experience is a reflection of our inner state of consciousness. Notice what triggers you, observe the reaction with kindness and non-judgment, and then go inward with loving, ruthless honesty.

We tend to react to attributes that we carry. The reaction is an indication that you are ready for change. That emotional moment is your point of power. Immediately notice what arises. The ego-generated story or interpretation is a distraction that you can choose to use as a spring-board of awakening.

Consciously bring aspects that you wish to see into your own expression of life. If you desire to feel safe, drop all judgment so that others feel safe with you. When tired of gossip, speak with kindness. Should you notice others acting out angrily or with impatience, slow down and be fully present. Your light is where transformation begins.

Make a commitment to yourself to honor your changes as sacred. Each layer of patterning that you remove reveals sparkling aspects of your soul that are ready to shine. Be playful and self-aware as you expand your experiences. You have the ability to create beautiful changes in your experience.

Happiness

“If you want to be happy, set a goal that commands your thoughts, liberates your energy, and inspires your hopes.”
~Andrew Carnegie~

True happiness comes from within. It is not based on outside factors or dependent upon the actions or choices of another. As spiritual seekers, it’s empowering to discover the role that choice plays in our ability to experience a joyful life.

Ego-driven happiness is an energetic form of imprisonment. It may feel wondrous when that new item is purchased or when you fall in love; however, the highs are often followed by corresponding lows when the newness wears off or when the relationship becomes more complex. At this point the ego fixates on another goal and happiness is delayed or subdued until that goal is achieved.

When you choose to be joyful, nothing can take that away from you. Life still happens of course, but beneath the ebb and flow of experience there is a foundation of joy from which to draw and your presence can then be an inspiration to others.