Are the very things we need to experience and move through in order to get to the happy, connecting, real and beautiful elements of our lives that WE HAVE BEEN ASKING FOR. Sometime you may have to S-T-R-E-T-C-H out beyond your comfort zone in order to get that next thing on your wish list.
And for those of you who also may not know—it was a monumental deal.
Phew………like a serious massive deal. Yowza.
I am not at all afraid of change. In fact, I would say I am one of those people who require change in my life, or I get bored (and then I get feisty).
Are there times that you find yourself scratching your head a bit and wondering . . .
Did I really feel that persons angry energy, or am I imagining it?
Did I just see the number 2:22, right after I asked God (spirit, or whatever word you use) for a sign?
But just what exactly are these things and why do they matter? How can they help you attract abundance, be happier and find love?
In a nutshell . . .
Do you start projects and then they just sort of . . . fade into the abyss?
Recently, as I was thinking about what project I want to immerse myself into next, I started browsing through my idea/project folder.
I discovered about 5 years worth of content and several super duper book ideas tucked away in those folders.
I am sure most of you know about Birkenstocks—the earthy, hippy sandal that has made quite the comeback (actually, they have probably never went away).
And for you luxury lovers—Louboutins are a stand out brand in the luxury line.
These two different brands of shoes couldn’t be more different.
Some people are just born rosy, doesn’t it seem that way?
I stared to feel like being happy was a lot of work rather than just a by product of a great life.
Then I realized that my definition of happy was all messed up and wrong (and that societies is in general).
“A certain darkness is needed to see the stars.”
I love this quote and at the same time, it triggers me a bit.
What the quote means to me, is that we need a bit of darkness (pain, struggle, challenges) in order to see the light (the good stuff)
There is that part of me that doesn’t want to think that we need to feel pain and go into the darkness, in order to see the light and to experience the beauty of life.
People ask me all the time what I use to take care of myself—supplements, exercise, skin care products + other things.
The funny thing is, that I will share these things with people and then they don’t follow through or use them.
So, my advice is if you want it work, you gotta work it. In other words, if you want to SEE and FEEL the results, you gotta commit.