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Grasping and holding on to something is not the usual way of nature. It distracts and turns us away from our ideal path. If taken too far craving makes us frustrated and miserable. When we allow gratitude and acceptance to show us where we are at any moment, it focuses us on what is really important. With this focus, a window appears letting in the light and illuminating our true nature. How beautiful…

Allow the future to unfold

Let go of worry, concern, and anxiety by breathing in the freedom of this moment. Life is a rolling wave; ever moving with incredible force and it’s constantly changing. We all have a connection to the universal infinite living mind. Let it be the rose in our hearts, constantly reminding us to be mindful, present, and to shine our Light. Positive attitudes build positive lives and create a more purpose-filled life.

When we expand our idea of who we are and broaden the scope of our awareness, it leads us to challenge other limitations. The Divine within is ever alert, expanding our awareness so that we see clearly. Expansion creates flashes and peaks of insight linking our conscious with our unconscious.

Be True

Although we are allowing change, stay true to yourself by knowing what is truly needed and significant in life. Focus on your unlimited potential, your spiritual connection, and your daily needs. Stay grounded with a connection to your higher self.

Build Self-Confidence

Do not underestimate yourself put everything you have into this life. The lesson is there with every breath. Every breath holds the possibility for all our futures. Every breath is an opportunity to share and teach. With every breath celebrate the joy of living in this moment of ever-expanding change. We have all the creative power of the universe in our hands, so dare to be all that is within you. Accept you are a magnificent Being with the empowering stamina to outlast time and acknowledge your true nature is interconnected to the universe.

David Bennett a contemplative life spokesman, energetic healer, and transformational life coach. Author, of Voyage of Purpose and A Voice as Old as Time.
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160824-possibleIn today’s world we are bombarded with messages of fear. Fear causes us to shut down only seeing and acting within a small predictable circle of awareness. Fear restricts our ability to live life. In order to reduce fear we have to first slow down and relax, then examine the source, examine the roots.

Our true nature never loses sight of our eternal potential, even when we shrink our awareness as a result of fear. The future of a person’s life is like looking down a corridor of approaching potentials. In the center of the corridor are events and locations of opportunities not yet realized. Harmoniously, on the outer fringes of this corridor are events that we have not committed our free will or intentions toward and yet are still available to us as future potentials. If we move our awareness toward those fringe events, then they can become firm possibilities.

When we get caught up in the day-to-day distractions and fear in life we allow them to carry us away from our true nature. This deepens the illusion of us being separate individuals having to forge out a life with no sense of direction.  Also, we simply are not pursuing our potential. Wen distracted we generally do not factor our intensions into our decision-making or into our goal setting.

Already embedded within us are all of the gifts and talents we need to complete the work that we agreed on before coming into this life. Already planted is all of the raw material necessary for us to come into a relationship with and develop our character from our true nature. Our task in life is to discover the talents placed within us, to develop them, and to begin to use them as opportunities as they present themselves.

No one else can do the work we agreed to do, and the universe is aligning what we need in a fluid ever-changing world of potential. We are tasked to use our awareness to recognize the synchronicity as it presents itself. While in this flow, it is good to be grateful for what the universe provides and establish new loving intentions that foster empowering goals that are in alignment with our divine essence.

Have honesty within yourself and act in a way that aligns within your truth. Which is also known as self-truth. We are naturally good, we are already awake, and all of that is within each of us, we only need to look past our mental grasping and distraction. We are never off our path. We can however choose to sit down and not move forward. So developing our awareness is critical to realize the potential that we have to keep us moving.

Living in fear we live in the roots of our awareness and we will never climb to the tips of the branches, to connection, to the greater world that waits. Truth lies within, waiting to bubble up like fresh spring water beneath our roots, only asking us to accept the absolute truth of our true nature. Now is a good time for new growth and an opportunity to open our corridor of potential.

Rise above those old ways of “being” and instead live your life like your true nature intends. Live generously and graciously toward others, the way the Divine exists within you.

David Bennett author, teacher, energetic healer, and transformational life coach. He’s appeared on Story of God with Morgan Freeman,  Dr Oz,  Angels Among Us, NBC national news, and PBS. Author, of Voyage of Purpose and A Voice as Old as Time.
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