‘Wake up to the Truth of the Lies’
We come to this earth as spiritual beings. Our purpose here is to have a human experience, and part of that experience is to wake up to who we are. It is not enough to remember and understand, we need to experience life, in all it’s flaws, to really grasp and learn our life lessons for spiritual growth.
But life is full of artificial distractions, that want to stop you from realising your true self. We live lives in an external fashion. Always looking outside of ourselves for validation of who we are. We become addicted to social media, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat. We chart our lives on an artificial platform, taking selfies in different poses, hoping to find meaning in our lives, and to make sense of them.
When we really believe and accept our reason for being here, it becomes easy to remember that this reality is just an illusion. A made up stage of our own production. We are the players, and we decide what parts we play. Some parts are joyous, and other parts are dark. But at the end of the production we get to go home, to our real home. So knowing all this, doesn’t it make sense to rejoice in the limitless possibilities of life. And to not be bogged down by fear and trepidation of the life we are living.
Taking risks is what life is all about. And not settling and staying comfortable because it is the easy route. Sometimes we have to get comfortable being uncomfortable. We control our destiny to a point. So isn’t it better to have lived and lost, than to never have lived at all. Our lives are like meandering paths. It doesn’t matter what path you take, because, although our experiences are different, the end result is the same. And all paths lead back to source.
Fear is restricting, but love liberates. Choose love every time, and make heart based decisions, based on what you want to achieve in your life. Dare to be really you, because that is why you are here. The power always lies within you. Look up from the screen and see the world around you. Connect with yourself first, and then with others, and see the beauty in all things. And remember why you came here, to live, to experience, to love, and to wake up to the divine blessing that you are.