Many of you are experiencing the winds of change all about you. It is a matter of, do you want to step into the wind tunnel or do you want to swirl about with ease. If you step into the turmoil that seems to be all around you, if you pay attention to the news or listen to your family and friends and co-workers, you can find yourself inside the wind tunnel swirling about—and it isn’t with ease! Instead, you are holding on and feeling thrashed about with your head spinning with facts or fiction. Ask yourself: Do I need to pay attention to what is around me, or do I create my reality? If indeed you do create your life’s experiences, then what do you want to create for yourself? We see that if you step away from the wind tunnel and observe without fear or doubt or hesitation, but rather with assurance and self-confidence and peace, then you will indeed not choose to step into the hail storm of activity that may or may not surround me. If you are creating your life of choice, you will then not be surrounded by such utter disarray, but rather you will be surrounded by the beautiful forest or ocean, or delight in a walk in your lovely neighborhood, where you can find solace and peace.
So you see, whatever you decide to do for yourself, it is always a choice. Do not allow someone else to choose what you want to wear, or read, or observe, but do your own choosing.
You will find that if you can remind yourself of the bliss you feel when you are choosing what you want for yourself and your reality, then you will choose things that bring you great delight and wonderful smiles and cheerful music and pleasant conversation.
You may have observed friends who say they took a walk in the forest to find solitude, but upon their return they complained to you that they heard all kinds of creatures making noise and people chatting and trees swaying in the wind and leaves crunching. And you found yourself thinking, how can you tell me it gives you solitude to walk in the forest? In your perception, a walk in the forest makes you feel one the trees, enjoying the crunching of leaves and the delicious aroma of mother earth and all her beauty. So therefore, reality it is always reflected through one’s own perceptions. You can choose to adhere to rules and regulations that seem to stifle you and what you believe to be true for yourself, or you can choose to see that those same rules and regulations do not bind you or put you into bondage, but give you a feeling of power and hope and choice.
Whose reality is it? It is neither right or wrong or good or bad, but choice. What do you choose for yourself? How do you want to perceive reality? How do you want to feel when life throws you those curve balls? Do you duck? Do you catch the ball? Do you swing the bat? Do you feel trapped? Do you feel like you have power, or do you feel powerless? Who do you trust with your life and your choices?
We do hope that you are choosing to feel the power of choice. Do not think: Will I fail or fall down if I choose the wrong thing? What if there is no wrong choice. What if you believe for yourself that whatever you choose will be the best fit for you right now? What if you can see yourself making a choice and then not second guessing it, but believing that whatever you have chosen will indeed play out just as you have envisioned it for yourself? You can play this game of life with the power you have within you and know that whatever you decide can bring to you the desired outcome. If you believe in yourself, then you will make the choices that allow you to follow your own lead and discover that in that powerful now moment you can trust in your own judgment. What a wonderful self-discovery. I believe in me! I know that I can trust my own worthiness and self-confidence. I choose to walk in the forest among the little creatures and enjoy the smells and sounds and feelings of solitude and joy and peace and love and self-worth.
I know that I will bring into my reality what I know will be of benefit to me. I cannot make a bad choice or wrong choice if I trust who I am.
I love myself. I am free of self-limiting beliefs about my reality and know that as I create I am growing, living and learning.
I am free to be me!