This blog is about what’s going on in the world right now, but more importantly, it’s about us – you and me. What are we doing here? Why are we here at this time in history? How come all this chaos is happening now? Where are we going?
I believe that no one is here by chance. I believe there is a plan for our entire universe (and beyond, but we don’t know much about that yet). I believe we are all here for a purpose and that we made a plan before we were born.
I believe we chose everything that happens in our life, including every person who is in our life right now and who will be in the future. Even if we are experiencing grief, ill health, physical injury, torture, joy, fulfillment, poverty, abundance, and more, we have chosen these conditions to learn from them. They are part of our life plan.
So, if you are going through a difficult time right now, it is not your fault. Because you are a master of consciousness, you chose the condition in order to learn from it. And if you chose it, you have the innate power and ability to resolve it; to move on to something infinitely better.
I remember when someone first told me I had chosen my troubles. I thought the person was crazy. Why would I choose sorrow, powerlessness, and lack of confidence in myself? How could these conditions be choices? Why would I be so mean to myself?
It took a while for me to understand. What confirmed the truth for me was Chaldean numerology. I conducted an experiment with it and saw my whole life before me – past, present, and future. For the first time in my life, I saw clearly the spiritual lessons (otherwise known as problems) I had chosen. I saw my talents and strengths clearly. I actually saw my past, present, and future, too. It all came together for me.
For the first time in my life I had hope. I glimpsed my soul’s wisdom. For the first time, I recognized the strength of my talents. For the first time I saw my life lessons clearly. Since I had chose them, I knew I could resolve them and create a life I could love. I’m still doing it, and I love my life more every year. I am actually a happy person now, in spite of my past and the challenges I encounter in the present. It feels so good to be in touch with my inner power.
I see what’s happening in our world right now as a reflection of what’s going on inside ourselves. I believe if we want a peaceful world, we need to find peace within.
Most of us don’t know much about ourselves. We don’t know much about our inner power. We put the things that please us on the back burner of life to wait until we get around to them. I used to do that. But to me now, that means looking at life backwards.
We need to pay attention to what ignites our passion about life. I don’t mean we should turn into hedonists – self-centered pleasure seekers whose only interest is satisfying our physical needs, stepping on whoever is in the way of what we want. That is not what our inner self wants.
What I mean is creating our best life according to our inner promptings. What do we love to do? Who do we love to be with? How can we create more of that in our lives while meeting our responsiblities? How can we create more time for ourselves, not in a selfish way, but in a way that feeds our soul?
I believe if we get to know our inner self on a deeper level, we will find a goldmine of wisdom and strength. Why do I believe this? Because it happened to me personally, and I’ve helped countless people find the goldmine within themselves.
I’m telling this story not to promote my products or services, but to share my experiences to help you begin (or continue on a deeper level) your journey of self discovery. The fact that I’m promoting my book on this blog doesn’t mean that you should buy it, but that you may want to look at it to see whether it has some answers for you. And if so, that makes me happy. If not, something else in this blog may point you in the right direction for you. And that makes me happy, too.
I have learned that we are amazing creators. And if we love our life, we are automatically making the world a better place.
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