Separation

“The future depends on what you do today.”   – Mahatma Gandhi

When we feel lonely, fearful  or disconnected, it is because we have become separated from the oneness of life and from ourselves.

The longer we abandon ourselves and ignore the messages of the heart, the lonelier we become.  We try to find this connection by looking outwardly or by distracting ourselves from our pain and the truth that faces us.

The more we run from this moment of pain or difficulty the more we separate ourselves from the healing energy of love and acceptance that leads us to what we need.

We are currently looking to buy a home and the timing of us moving out of our existing home is not in sync with buying and so we now need to rent.  This of course doesn’t seem like a big problem but it can be when I start looking too far in the future and allow worry and fear to set in.

When I stray from working in the present moment and all that it has for me, I lose sight and get caught in the illusion of doubt which leads me to make decisions based on fear.

When I stay connected to this moment, I remember that I can trust in a process that comes to me rather than me chasing it.  When I feel the abundance and love in this moment I know I have everything I need right now, the rest comes to me in perfect timing.

There is nothing easy about this practice and yet the alternative is fear, doubt and stress. Become still in your doubt, become still in your pain and accept it exactly as it is today.  Do not fight or resist this pain or it will continue to stay with you until you let go and allow.

“All that is important is this one moment in movement. Make the moment important, vital, and worth living. Do not let it slip away unnoticed and unused.”   – Martha Graham

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