Hint to Self: Focus: Co-creation
What if what you chose was an energy, not a solidity? One of the things that sticks people is they try to plan their future in solid chunks, as if each future piece is a brick that you put there as a solid place that you arrive at like a brick house. It’s not. You create the future as an energy! What energy would you truly like to be in three months, in a year, in five years? Now start choosing anything that matches that energy – however weird and wondrous it may seem at the time… Go on, trust you! You know.
I just LOVE these pictures of nature and these fun creatures! :)
(I haven’t taken those pictures. Just found them on the internet.)
Neither a promotion, losing weight, finding a soul mate, writing a book, nor becoming a billionaire, Kristi, will ensure happiness.
Nothing ensures happiness. No destination is great enough. No dream come true will do.
Because happiness, dear Kristi, that’s not present at the start of a journey will not be present at its end.
“Once you figure out who you are and what you love about yourself, I think it all kinda falls into place.”
In Bali a very devout practitioner of his faith taught me a wonderful lesson I’d like to share with you.
He said “Every one of us can know our future.” Of course I had a quizzical look on my face. How can we know our future?
He said we can know our future because we know what we are doing today. What we are doing today plants the seeds.
That harvest is the experience we have which we call our future. Just as you would plant crops, you can know the crop you are going to have by the seeds you plant.
If you nurture those seeds and take good care of them, they will bear the fruit of the seeds that are planted.
Today let us each choose carefully the seeds of the thoughts that we choose, the actions that we take and the words that we speak. We are creating our future.
Many Blessings, Mary Morrissey
Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.
Those cute rabbits :)
Plus this picture reminds me of my attempts to grow carrots. Mine have looked like the ones on the right… Still more space to grow :) Both for me, and the carrots ;)