It helps to have something to think about that expands potential rather than compressing it. It’s a choice, really, and that choice shapes your world. It has long been understood by many: we become what we think about.
Here are some things for you to consider thinking about. And remember: anything that we have created was first a thought in someone’s mind.
Naomi Irons captures the internal shades from an external provocation. In her latest blog post on ‘The Dawning of a New Way‘, she makes it tough for us to simply allow ourselves to be pulled by the current of the existing discontent.
“We are staring into the face of a collective reality in a way that we have never been invited to until now. The question becomes, do we fight against, seek to fix, look away, self medicate OR choose to go inward where we may mindfully shape a different existence, together.
The question ‘who’ am I becoming used to be a big enough question for our growth in the separate nature of the current world. In these rapidly changing times I believe the question needs to be raised to ‘what’ am I. One resets us within the level of thinking we are currently in, the other shifts us into the emerging world as the highly evolved, deeply spiritual people we intuitively know we are.”
And much, much more….
Deb Gleason does not shy away from the tough conversations! In her recent blog post, she reminds us that in particularly trying times – like the ones we find ourselves in today! – Inspiration is the Antidote to Fear
“While there is no known way to make the virus visible so it does not enter our bodies, there is a way to make choices so it does not infect our minds. One of the biggest enemies of the immune system is fear.
Fear is an immune suppressant.
There are endless opportunities to fuel the fear right now and I think the most obvious is binge-watching mainstream news. While I believe it’s important to stay informed, we each need to find the balance between knowing what’s happening and being consumed by the voices that are external to our own.”
Wise women, because they dare live beyond the habits of yesterday. Wise women, because they are willing to be The Weavers of a different reality when the one they are in is struggling to keep itself together. Wise women, because they know that in sharing their world with you, you may find within yourSelf what it takes to redesign your own.
With thanks to Naomi Irons and Deb Gleason for daring…