What if we are the answer? What if we are the change? What if we don’t really need fixing?
Considerations. Questions. Ponderings (is that a word????)
I have been playing with the questions. The more I ask, the more opens. The more that opens, the more I ask. It’s been fantastic!
And, the questions have led to me really looking at myself. Looking at what I created in this lifetime. Looking at the choices that I made to get myself here. And, realizing that it was me that got me here… not anyone else. There is no one to “blame” or to give credit for where I am right now this second, except me. It truly is all about me.
Have you considered looking at the you that is really you? Is there something that you would like to change about yourself? Ask the question – how can I change this? How can I accept this? Should I accept this? What would it take?
Some of you might recognize the pattern here. Yes, I have been led to Access Consciousness and the infinite questioning. I am loving it. As in all things, you take what resonates with you and leave the rest. And, so there are some things about the process that I don’t agree with. That is my choice, right? And, it is their choice to voice their truths.
Wouldn’t it be nice to just recognize that we all have our own truths and stop trying to control, monitor or judge what other people’s truths are? Wouldn’t it be nice to focus on ourselves and finding out what our own truths are?
That’s my journey. I am on a journey to discover “me”. Have you been following much of what everyone else’s truths are because you thought that their truth was so much more interesting than your own?
There is nothing judgable about listening to other people’s truths. In that sometimes we recognize our own. Atleast in the way that you might listen to someone and find yourself saying “wow, I never considered that”… or “wow, that’s just wrong”…. it all gets you to the same place of recognizing your own truth even if you get to it by listening to someone else. The important thing is to know the difference. Ask the question “does that belong to me?” Thank you Gary Douglas for sharing that bit of wisdom…and 5 simple but important words.