The Illusion of Becoming
This one is wanting back up, as the theme seems to be coming through loudly again. I’ve come to see that this thing about timing, alignment, patience, and readiness for action is a very fine-tuned process that in these very rapidly moving times/timelines have smaller windows of opportunity. That’s not to mean you can’t catch a new wave of potential, but the doors for any one particular thing you intend might not be there for long, which entails more stepping up, going bigger, taking action, and embracing responsible commitment, now rather than later, if you want to ride that particular wave. If not, another will come, but it will be a different version, altogether new, and take you down a different timeline path. All perfect. All choice. But if you really want something, there may be something now to do about it.
Those moments, however brief, where the stillness of a quiet happiness pervades your inner sanctum, is like a sweet fragrance completely engulfs you and permeates your aura. These are the moments you cease longing of any kind and are in complete presence of contentment, just as you are, here and now. Most of the time, most everyone seems to be in the process of “becoming” – a process that is never-ending in its pursuit. To become successful, to become accomplished, to become well-known, to become complete, to become a healer, to become a doctor, to become certified or degreed, to become a published author, to become a business owner, to become an athlete, to become a musician, to become an artist, to become a mother, to become a father, to become a friend or lover, to become excited over hurdles conquered, to become sad over losing someone or feeling defeated….to…
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