Making space is not just about decluttering our homes and closets.
Opportunities appear in our lives because we’re making space for them to emerge. This means that we start observing ourselves—without judgment, blame, or a need to be right. By virtue of judgement-free self-observation alone, it is easy to realize that being stuck in a winning mentality, or having to always be right, holds no benefit.
Our world needs us to let go of the past stories that keep us trapped. What happens when we choose to release our hold on the past? We make space by removing burdens that weigh us down.
Are we able to see that kindness, compassion, and generosity have been waiting for us to fully embrace them? What are you hanging on to that you can let go of? What is taking up bandwidth within you that could be focused instead on what is possible?
We can open ourselves to the possibility that when we stop seeking, what we need may be around us all the time. We can free our minds from the problems of unnecessary restrictions. Healthy thoughts and realizations flood into our awareness.
Being present is not the same as accepting things as they are. We get to question. And when we do, we step into our power because we are making space for whatever it is we need. There is no manual or quick-fix formula for doing our own work at our own pace. Freeing our energy from whatever we allow to hold us back is a choice.
What if we invested energy in letting go of beliefs and practices that no longer serve us and making space for the unknown?