Ask yourself if what you are doing today getting you closer to where you want to be tomorrow?
When we embark on a new journey whatever it may be, there is a certain joy to be found in all that we do in the process of becoming. Along the way, we will be presented with challenges and obstacles, which are ultimately blessings, they are there to show us who we really are and to transform us into who we are supposed to be. If we sit in the present moment and focus simply on the task in hand we achieve so much more – when our mind is wandering to past mistakes, future intentions or what others are doing we are not creating.
In order to have the life we are all supposed to have or the life we would like we must be completely present in all that we do – if we chase anything it will ultimately escape us and we are coming from a place of lack. When we sit comfortably in place of peace, calm and gratitude what we need to achieve in our endeavours will come to us.
In the words of Albert Einstein – “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results”. If we are still getting the same outcomes we are living through our past experiences and thoughts.
If we can think and feel greater than our external environment and not be swayed by what we see with our physical eyes and our past experiences, which are presented to us in our external world, we can get to a place of knowing that it will all work out and we will achieve our goals. If we can sit through the uncomfortable period of the changes we need to make we can get different results and we will succeed.
When we pause to observe our thoughts and feelings about any situation we can address what is happening and how things need to change for us to get one step closer to where we would like to be. We all have the potential for greatness and there is a quantum field of endless possibilities available to us all. We are after all human beings and it’s the sense of being where all possibilities become reality… when we start to become the observer of our own thoughts and feelings we can readdress the balance and move swiftly into the present moment.
So, what do you want to be today…