Remembering who we really are
I traveled to the Grand Canyon this past weekend. It was cold, stunning, and filled me with awe and appreciation for the beauty here and now. One of the joys of visiting nature's wonders in the off-season is the solitude and quiet. It allows me to connect with the still voice within.
We all need to take time to center and to get in touch with the essence of who we really are. It's easy to get caught up in the hectic, seemingly out of control pace of our lives and forget we are here to create, to love, and to live in peace and harmony. How we treat ourselves, the beliefs we form, and the view we learn to take of the world and everything in it are reflections of how we feel about ourselves. Learn to love without expectation or judgement, to find that small still voice within, to see the beauty of a moment in a seemingly impossible situation, and to discover the beauty that is sometimes hidden in a wounded person who is acting out their pain.
"...at all the moments in that new lifetime, whenever a new soul appeared on the scene, whether that new soul brought joy or sadness-and especially if it brought sadness...'Always remember', God had smiled, 'I have sent you nothing but Angels.'" (Neale Donald Walsch, The Little Soul and the Sun)
-Reposted from Dec. 2013
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Tina Kelly is helping people realize their potential to move past blocks and perceived limitations utilizing past life regression, between lives (the bigger picture), and by bringing mindfulness, or present moment awareness to here and now. The moment you presently find yourself in. Through this awareness you make conscious decisions without judgement.