There is something so sacred and beautiful about the power of being human.
When we are willing to fully trust ourselves, we become who we need to be. Being present is key.
When we are able to align our mind with our heart, there is no more competition as we find ourselves in alignment with something higher and bigger. We are in a time of chaos and purification. So much is escalating right now in the external world yet, it is an opportunity for deep soul-searching of values, relationships and getting clarity on what’s important, and what is no longer useful.
Everything begins in the mind where our thoughts inform our heart. We don’t always have a lot of choice about the thoughts that appear in our mind but we do have an ability to navigate what stays in there and what we let enter our hearts. It takes practice to create this sacred harmony.
Our hearts help us determine what is ethical and keep us in balance. There is a great deal of invisible filtering taking place in the liver and the kidneys. Our minds and hearts send messages to our body. We achieve mastery when the mind aligns with the heart, and being aware of our wholeness.
It’s time to make a concerted effort to return to harmony and balance. Our opportunity is to create sacred balance and unity first within ourselves, and then with each other. Simply put: to go out into the world and do things as pioneering leaders and creators.
There are many people right now experiencing painful, unsatisfying relationships as a result of feelings of fear, rejection, unworthiness and failure. We may never know what someone else is experiencing and they may be facing an internal battle as all we see is the projection of their pain to someone else in hopes they can provide what is missing within.
Negative physical relationships are fear-based, rigid, self-absorbed, and limiting. We bring our baggage everywhere we go.
Sacred relationships are ones where we allow freedom of expression and flow. Trust is at the heart of our connections.
Maybe sometimes, we don’t fail at a relationship? Maybe failure is an old story that no longer serves us? When we choose ourselves in a healthy way, no one rejects us. We simply learn to walk away and make space for sacred relationships where there is unity and healthy dialogue.
By paying closer attention to our thoughts and consciously seeing the connections between our minds, hearts and body, we become more sensitive and aware of how our natural environment and body need to fully support us.
By simply showing up fully present as you, you allow yourself to do something bigger than you. This is the path of self-awareness, self-love, self-mastery and self-leadership.
Once you trust and love yourself, you will understand how you can bring this knowledge to everything you create. It could be a conversation at home, work or your next adventure.
It is a skill to understand how we function as individuals and what happens when we come together. How many of us can bring our individual purpose to mesh with those of others?
That is a key question conscious leaders and pioneers in our world are exploring. Is it time to firmly root on sacred ground while coming down from the clouds?
Kenny Rogers reminds us to trust our hearts and discern:
“You’ve got to know when to hold ’em
Know when to fold ’em
Know when to walk away
And know when to run …”