There are two ways to live your life.
You can either be flowing downstream or fighting the current upstream. Einstein himself chose to see everything in life as a miracle rather than the opposite. My recent trip back to Vancouver Island has given me the clarity to create my Next Chapter in the expansion mode.
How can you tell if your life is expanding or contracting? I noticed, especially with this most recent travel, that when I allow the day to present itself rather than begin the morning with my old stories spinning limiting thoughts, I fall naturally into the mode of ease and flow. No wonder I preferred to get on an airplane rather than stay home. In the last years, I had unconsciously created with the concept of the "to do list" rather than the fun of Maggie Muggins's phrase, "I wonder what will happen tomorrow"?
When you step out of your daily life, you suddenly give yourself permission to relax and let the day unfold. This allows for people, events and things to show up for you as if by magic. For example, I wanted to return to Salt Spring Island and the beautiful friend I met in Victoria during this three week journey asked me if I was willing to join her on the every two years vet visit she made with her two cats...on Salt Spring Island.
As I flew back east over the Rockies, I literally felt the first signs of contraction, in this case, my heart in my throat. Once I landed, even the weather gave me signs that moving backwards meant a return to winter rather than a Spring forward by moving to Vancouver Island. In the last week, I carefully observed my reaction to inspired thoughts and then to fearful limiting doubts. The first gave me joyful excitement and the second, indigestion. Since this is my best chapter, I have no time to spare and frankly, worry is a complete waste of imagination.
We are all a piece of life. Trust the process and be in the moment. Express joy and practice inner peace. Live your life with this as your mantra. Always, choose Love.
I have included links below to videos produced by Anthony Chene, a young French man who realized it made more sense to ask questions about paranormal experiences rather than the state of the economy. Feel free to subscribe to his YouTube channel in order to encourage his very important and professional work.