The path of love shall never lead us astray.~Ani Po
Maybe this is not true?! Maybe Love can lead us astray, but where does it lead us? To a place of joy and peace?
Stepping into the Canvas choosing a path of Love. For in these footsteps there’s peace and love, thoughts and words aligned in every step. Consciously or unconsciously we shall step in love, walk in love…allowing our path to rejoice in every footstep…
We spend our whole life on auto-pilot, doing what we are told to do, say what is proper, hear what they want us to hear. Until one day we question everything. Dissolving who we thought we were, accepting who we are and to become…
Questioning mainstream media, the governing bodies, dogma of old and everything in between.
Sitting in the Canvas before us a new picture presents…telling a different story. What we knew and what we know now very different.
Stepping into the Canvas dissolving the self. Not giving up our self but accepting who we really are. Stepping authentically, forgiving self and worrying not what the others may think. Dissolving the self, accepting the self…stepping as we were meant to be.~Ani Po
Waking to the morning sun or a beautiful song, giving thanks for another opportunity. Whatever holds us to yesterday, it is gone and we remain in the forever changing present. It is this moment we find peace in our day, setting forth our intent for the day.
The fact we are awake…a blessing in itself. The fact we have another golden opportunity to share peace, love and joy…another.
Recently there is a deeper awareness of those around me. Seeing myself in their behaviors.
Just like someone addicted to smoking or alcohol, there is a deeper addiction we may have. Speaking from personal experience of course…unsure of what others may relate to. Is it a soulful addiction that I have clung to?
After last couple sittings, there has been an overwhelming desire for calmness and quietude/ communion with nature. When engaging with others and realities of the day, I am witness to hostility or maybe overwhelming thoughts of fear and anger (not my own but others projecting onto me)…pointing fingers and projection on others for own lack of understanding.
I do not want to play that game anymore. I am just going to be.
But how does one react to others when as soon as you speak a single word there are accusations of getting “worked up?” While simultaneously laughing internally at the accusations? Is it worth our time to speak up at the accusations or is it better to take a breath? Allowing things to diffuse or pass. Will there be resolution if it is not dealt with?
What are your thoughts? What do you choose?
Stepping into the Canvas sending silent blessings to those around us. For lack of understanding or a misread, we could correct the others or we can simply smile and send them silent blessings. So for today…let us try to send healing and peaceful thoughts to those pointing fingers…