Have you ever noticed when you live in tune with your spirit how life just flows effortlessly?
As you lean into the fun of whatever it is that you’re doing, your frequency amplifies, and you become magnetic!
Conversely, when life becomes robotic, you become numb, which leads to less creativity. This can invite feelings of repression and sadness.
More recently I watched a mini Pixar film depicting how society destroys creativity with monotonous activity. The film shows a parent and child going to work and school each day and how the child shows the adult how to live through creative self-expression.
The message is so profound that it hurt my heart to see how we repress our creativity, and our children’s, to adapt to society.
I believe there is an artist within us all, and when we create through our art, whatever that may be, we are expressing the divine.
I have witnessed many talented people give up on their creative pursuits in order to live a life paying bills, essentially watching their very life force being sucked right out of them.
Now of course, there is still a need for discipline and structure. I love structure and routine. If I didn’t have it in my life, I wouldn’t get anything done.
However, it has to be balanced.
Take a moment to have an honest conversation with yourself and ask, “am I having enough fun in my life? Am I am expressing myself creatively?
If the answer is no, it might be time to amp up the fun and creativity in your life! Experience the feeling of joy that begins to resurface in your life again.
And, Spring is in the air, which makes it the perfect time for renewal and tapping into your inner child.
In what ways can you start ramping up the fun in your life, and express your creativity? What are some things you can do for yourself today to make your day a little less monotonous and more joyful?
Join me in amplifying the ‘fun factor’ in your life.
I’d love to hear from you!
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I hope this message empowers you to invite more fun and creativity in your life overall.
Have you ever observed a person walk into a room with tremendous calm poise, and sense of confidence and thought to yourself, “what is it about this person that I wanna get to know?”
And I’m not talking about charm or charisma. This is the kind of person who sits at the back of the room, and emanates an incredibly powerful aura.
This is a person who is living from the space of their authentic power.
This person has a good sense of who they are and has no need to acquire power from any one, nor any external source.
Which brings me to inner power.
Inner power is knowing that you’re not alone. That you are connected to something far greater than yourself, and that your very life here has meaning, and a specific purpose.
We live in a world where we’ve taught ourselves to believe that by the acquisition of things- titles or fame- is what gives us power. Yet none of these things are real, nor has any sustainability, because these things are fluid.
Seasons change, and by seeking your value and sense of self worth in the attainment of things, or in the external influences of your life (which can include people), you end up losing your sense of self.
There have been great leaders who have proved this time and time again. One of them was Nelson Mandela, who spent 27 years of his life imprisoned, ridiculed, disgraced and wrongfully convicted.
Yet his humorous response when asked how he did it was, ”I went for a long holiday for 27 years.”
If this isn’t grace, I don’t know what is.
Just for a moment, imagine what it would be like to be incarcerated for 27 years for a crime that you didn’t commit. How would you manage?
I’m sure many of us would fall into a deep, dark abyss of depression and feel completely powerless and hopeless.
Yet this wasn’t the case for Nelson Mandela. He never allowed his external circumstances to influence his internal power.
He chose, even in the face of death itself, to remain hopeful. He really was an extraordinary leader who lived from the space of his authentic, inner power. His legacy will live on.
I think we can all take a page out of his book.
What does authentic power mean to you, and how do you exude it in your everyday life?
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Live powerfully my friends.
Have you been feeling like time is speeding up lately?
Well, what you’re feeling is felt by many, as we are in a season of acceleration for our evolution.
While this season presents incredible opportunity it also induces conflict due to the fear of things changing rapidly.
The world can seem out of balance to many as a result of this, which leads to feelings of mass insecurity and intense fear.
This, in turn, reverts many back to old, survival patterns of fight or flight mentality.
By recognizing this fear based reaction and the place it is coming from, you can gently shift your frequency back to peace and harmony.
From this place you can create an inner space of calm, love, and grace which will send a ripple effect into the Universe.
You can release this fear by first simply forgiving each thought as it arises and you’ll find with time, you will feel a sense of peace come over your entire being.
Another spiritual practice that I absolutely love and use daily, is by meditating on the mantra of ‘Satnam’.
I repeat this mantra in meditation, whenever I experience anxiety, while driving in traffic, sometimes even in my sleep to reprogram my subconscious mind.
Satnam is a very a powerful mantra that means ‘Truth Is My Identity’. It reminds you of your divine identity. When you concentrate on this mantra, you emit the highest vibrational frequency.
You will literally begin to feel your mind and body become warm, calm and at ease because you are tapping into the light of God consciousness within you.
When you feel at peace within yourself you will feel grounded, irrespective of the chaos around you. You will be rooted in your power because you will have a deep inner knowing that you are in fact, connected to all things.
At this level of personal responsibility for the energy that you bring to the world, you will come to see as in the wise words of an African proverb:
“When there is no enemy within, there is no enemy without.”
Living with this awareness can profoundly change how you experience your life, conflict and the world around you.
Let’s use this divine assignment as an opportunity to heal and transcend our old fear based patterns that are no longer serving our evolution.
Now your turn: Are you currently experiencing conflict in your life? How are you coping?
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I hope this message empowers you to choose how you respond to conflict with more peace and grace.