This couldn’t be truer as I surrender to life and open myself up to receiving that which the universe wishes to offer.
Here I am once again in awe of life. This year has so far proven itself as a roller coaster of emotions and experiences. I have felt rejected, blissful, confused, inspired, lost and content.
I am grateful for summer time as it persuades me to slow down and feel the feelings I have suppressed allowing my emotions to come to the surface and flow out of me like a flower in full bloom as I become consciously aware of so many aspects of myself. The shadow me and the God me, the suppressed emotions Kamy and the authentic Kamy.
Patience, as I have explained to many of my followers, is where we give ourselves the time to learn. It is with patience that I allow myself to reflect on my experiences and not re-act upon them.
Patience allows me to slow down and see things differently, with a wider perspective. When I am not re-acting and instead give myself space to breathe and practice patience, I can see the divine in every experience and allow myself to feel and release that which the universe has in store for my healing.
A woman in her late 80’s told me last summer, “Patience is the ability to idle your motor when you feel like stripping your gears!” I loved this quote she shared with me and found it to be very true.
With every experience I am drawn to go within, to ask myself what has this experience brought me; to discover the beauty and acceptance within myself and others. As I go within and commune with my God self, I realize that every choice I make and every experience I have is OK! I am able to release the need to criticize myself as I release the thoughts that I have in some way done something wrong.
Louise Hay would say, “If you made a choice that didn’t work, just make another one.” Why is it that we feel we need to beat ourselves up over every decision/choice we make? It is my belief that we don’t make mistakes but experiences.
Call to action: Allow yourself some time before re-acting to something. Give it space and invite patience in to see what the learning is for you and perhaps even the other.