Recognition is more than just giving a person praise for work done or of any from of accomplishment, and honoring God. Recognition is knowing, understanding and seeing the world, people and the energy around your for what they truly are. We must first accept the objects in our field of vision as they are and not color them. This will distort any the true view of what is placed before us. We have the ability to change nothing into something. What I mean by this, the strength of our minds and our free will can change anything into our desires, yet our heart and spirit truly knows it's not what you desire.
Each individual experience is an incremental part of a lesson or challenge. These experiences add up to the total life lesson. Each individual of the collective life lesson is different, yet similar. As previously spoken, our true purpose is enjoyment, but we have to learn to experience our personal joy. As young children we learned to experience joy effortlessly. We were detached from the world and all that mattered was our joy.
This ten year journey of gratitude has taught me many perspectives of this beautiful energy we allow, once recognized in the daily life. This journey, like many started out with the feeling of being lost and experiencing multiple life changing events.
Be thankful this day and everyday to know who we are and who we are not in the process of life. Be thankful this day and everyday to bring clarity and acceptance to situations and people who open the Soul. Be thankful this day and everyday to remember our source of wisdom, allowing it shared and magnified with Self and others.
We all desire abundance. But what is abundance exactly? Abundance is more than the monetary, it is also the physical, and spiritual. Abundance is the flow of energy we are or are not allowing into our life. Abundance is oneness, feeling connected to all that is, with the ability to manifest the non-physical, physically.
Competition is the contrast to enlightenment, without it how would truly know what enlightenment is. There must be contrast in all things, each must have its opposite for us to gravitate to our truest desires.
When we think of sanctity, we think of holiness, something of sacred value. But, what is it that we truly value? Do we value the object giving meaning, do we value having a claim on something, or do we value possessing a possession?