It’s been nearly a month since I last posted – thank goodness I am using the free version of wordpress!
It’s not that I don’t think about writing in here, it’s just that I have somehow gotten lost again. My life fills up with so many daily things that I chose to perceive as more important or burdens or tiresome, that I leave out time for the things I need to do in order to keep my soul creating.
There are many things that fill my days that I am blessed to have – mainly my family. I love my kids and being with them. What drags me down is the constant need to wake-up, get breakfast, get ready, work, pick-up, make dinner, clean dishes, force bedtime, veg-out. The variety in my day is lacking a bit and I have come to a place in my life where I believe I only draw into my life experiences those life experiences that confirm the life experiences I focus on.
The challenge is to break the cycle of misperception about my life experiences that I focus on.
The truth is that waking up every day is an amazing event. I have air in my lungs, I have sunlight in my eyes, and I have the opportunity to enjoy my life anew – every morning I wake up.
Today I wore contacts for the very first time in my life EVER. I was only allowed to wear them for six hours until my eyes get used to having a foreign body on them, but it was wonderful. For the first time in my memorable history, I could see all around in clear focus. With glasses since kindergarten, my world vision has always been framed – literally. There is no such thing as clear, peripheral vision with glasses – everything beyond the edges of the frames is blurry. It was something I never really thought about until I decided to try a new way, one with 360 degrees of sight.
Not only is that the truth, but it is exactly how I have been living my life. I have put frames around everything I see, do, think, touch, feel – making it impossible to experience clarity outside of those limitations. I never understood that was how I have been living my life because I had not tried any other way.
Until now. I have removed some of the frames that bound areas of my life. I am trying a little more each day to loose more old frames and look all around me to see the perfect reality that I am blessed to live in.
It is quite an experience in-and-of-itself – allowing me to see my life for what it is and loving every minute of it.