As humans, we seem to have to label and categorize everything, including our experiences. We tend to file all things as positives, negatives, light, dark, good and bad etc. What if I suggested to you that all your experiences are both good and bad, positive and negative, light and dark? If you take away the judgment we humans place on our experiences – where does that leave us? It leaves us with love and divine energy that is teaching us how to express our truth and be our authentic self. Ultimately, everything falls into perfect balance in one way or another.
No such thing as a bad experience- you say? Of course, there are experiences like getting mugged or breaking a leg or losing a loved one. I’m not negating them, however, if you look at them from another perspective – a divine balance perspective – what do you see? What did you learn from the experience? What did the experience bring your attention to? Spirits see these things in a very different way than we humans do. This is a free-will planet, and we make our own choices here. And every decision we make has a consequence – somewhere. Life here is about discovering what lies in our shadow and then exposing it for healing and growth. Once we know it’s there, what it is and how to deal with it – we no longer fear it. We grow from it.
If we start to train ourselves to think of the events in our lives and our world without judgment, what would happen? Words like horrible, catastrophe, ugly, massacre etc. would disappear from our language. Ultimately, compassion, acceptance, love and knowledge would be all that is left.
Just a little something to think about.
“I am grateful that my mind and body are in perfect balance. I am a harmonious being. Thank You!”
I took this photograph last week on one of our little hikes in the area. Depending on what is happening in the mountains surrounding us, this part of the channel can flood at any time. The trail traverses down into the channel and then back up the other side. What you can’t see from the angle of my photo is that housing, roads and golf courses surround the trail. In other words, safe but not safe.