Who am I really?
Thursday, January 26, 2012
Still dealing with the tendency I have to get frazzled and lose focus when confronted with all my 'to do's', wants and responsibilities. So my new mantra is 'who am I really?' I start my day in meditation and that is my chief question as I enter that quiet space. Then everything non-essential falls away and I am left with the sense of being a whole, powerful, beautiful, fearless being. I feel capable of handling whatever comes my way and doing it with creativity and grace. When the ripples come up during the day...and they do...I try to remember to get back to that place of who I really am.
This was in my email this morning from SP in an article about what children can teach us:
'Anything is possible. No fear, no self-doubts, no negative self talk, no self-criticism, no worries, no destructive anxieties or thoughts of failure. To a child, he/she can do anything. And do you know what? They’re right.'
I learn so much from kids!
Be well, my friends