That Person was Me

  1. All my life I have had an overwhelming feeling to help people and to make the world a better place.

Today, as I listened to my daily Abraham Hicks inspiration, I realized that the world doesn’t need saving. The world knows what it needs-people know what they need. What has helped me, the ways that I have healed, aren’t necessarily ways that other people are meant to heal themselves.

This realization started taking light little by little over the course of the last few years.  It started when my friend Dana John said it straight up to me because I was so forceful with meditation and yoga being the healing power of all healing for someone.  Dana made me think about things in a different way. It made me start to say, “this is what I do, maybe it can help you too.”

And, today, after listening to the Abraham inspiration, many dots have been connected.  I realized that all my life, the person I wanted to help was me.  I have wanted to save myself, heal myself,  understand myself, create an amazing world for myself. I wanted to be happy, loved and accepted.

Over the course of the last few years, I have realized that by exploring ways to overcome painful thoughts and understanding my emotions have helped me be happy, more loving, more compassionate; these things have made me a better person.  In becoming better, I am better in the world.  My life is an example of overcoming bullshit thinking, depression and anxiety.

All the things I do help me.  Can they help you? Maybe, but that is for you to decide.  I can’t focus on your happiness or wellbeing. I need to put all my energy into myself so I can the best I can be. Then, and only then, am I good for the world as a whole.  When I am in my bliss, doing and creating things for me, I add that energy to the world. And,that uplifts the planet, that uplifts others, that brings us to happier days and restful nights.

More to say, many thoughts today.  Life is good-so in love with life and all that it continues to give me xoxo