at one point, life comes to an end. at another point, your family's lives will come to an end. your friends. your loved ones. your enemies. everyone. and in the end, maybe it won't matter so much. in the end, when you're gone, and everyone else is gone, and you've taken your shot, it won't matter anymore. in the end, earth will end too. maybe even the universe. and everything will be gone. and you might think, in the end, nothing matters anymore.
We’ve got so caught up in what the experts say and how we think things need to be it seems we have forgot the sound of our own intuition and the larger purpose of life.
As coronavirus spreads rapidly across our world, fear and anxiety seem to be following. Businesses are closing down, countries are entering stages of lockdown and the empty shelves of supermarkets has everything feeling a little apocalyptic.
Sometimes while on our spiritual journey we get overwhelmed with the opinions and teachings of other “master spiritualist”, and its easy for us to think that our unconventional personal views on these ancient topics are either mislead, wrong or invaluable. As a result, many of us merge our personal thought processes with those who we deem worthy or more knowledgeable than ourselves.
The virus, like many military situations, is placing people in situations where they are forced to change behavior where the consequences are unpredictable, there is rampant uncertainty of what the future looks like and how we will be affected, the effects are highly complex and chaotic, and difficult to analyze and also there is a great deal of ambiguity about the information and there is no clear meaning.
I won't bore you with what led to my DUI. Let's just say I had a lot of things to figure out, like how to deal with grief. I was trying to deal with the passing of someone, I wanted to get my mind off it all and have fun with some new friends.
Fear is a complex emotional event manifesting itself in various forms and affecting each individual in a uniquely personal manner. Rational fear is an instinctive defense mechanism, an intuitive warning of potential danger. It’s your body and mind saying, “Hold on a minute. Let’s think about this.”
Some women are creators, some are nurturers, while others are great teachers and mentors. Some women have magic in their hearts and are a great source of light for others. Louise Hay has and always will be my true inspiration - a woman I admire so deeply in my heart. When I listen to her audio affirmations or read her books, I feel as though she is talking to me, she has given me the greatest gift, that is, the gift of learning to self-heal, self-belief, self-nurture and of-course SELF-LOVE.