Friday, November 11, 2011

The Power of What if. 11-11-10

The power of saying what if seems harmless; however, it can be very debilitating. I call it the power of pretend because for every what if there is an opposite what if which negates the first what if. I hear people say “what if” all the time which stops them from taking a risk that could prove to be beneficial to them.

I was watching the Country Music Awards the other night and I heard a lot of songs about the pain of lost love. I could not help but think what the difference would be living from your true self in how a person would handle letting a partner go without causing so much pain for themselves and that partner. Living from your true self gives a person an eternal perspective shedding a whole new light on the people we love and the form of that love. Love becomes open and accepting. If either you or your partner decided the relationship just was not going to work for them any more. It would be as simple as saying thanks for the memories, I wish the best live has to offer you, you made a difference in my life that will go with me forward, keep in touch if that is comfortable for you, I will miss you being around but I totally understand that you have to do what you have to do. Then being able to turn around and make the necessary changes you have to make for yourself with nothing but gratitude and love in your heart for that person and the new opportunities that will open for you now that you are single again. Now there’s a great, what if, for you. That kind of thinking would probably change the music scene.

There are no small miracles. All miracles are huge no matter how insignificant they may seem. Miracles are happening all the time all around you. Once you plug in to the energy of the universe, you can’t help but be aware of miracles. It’s 100 percent of your perception. Start to change your perception to the eternal and watch and behold!

It’s way to easy to just exist. Go to work, exercise, take care of your business, and watch your favorite television shows, all in a days work. That is what is so beautiful about cultivating your eternal nature; your daily life and the mundane aspects of it are filled with miracles.

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