As co-creator of your life, you are in collaboration with the stars, the planets, the earth herself, and the Universe. You are not merely a puppet.
The only string tethered to you is that of Truth—your intuitive cord. You are divinely connected to a cosmic network of support available to you 24/7.
You are responsible for strengthening the connection between you and your support network. As you navigate your human experience, you will both seek its guidance and hear its call.
When Intuition calls, activate your gift of choice and answer. She is messenger for the Universe and your direct line to Source Creator—your partner in this production.
Imagine that you are a sacred vessel extracted from an ancient valley of the earth. How would you physically handle this artifact? Through which lens would you perceive this discovery?
It's an important practice to ground into your physical being, to make contact with the somatic experience of being human. In this exercise, I encourage you to inhabit a new perspective in order to see yourself more objectively.
Do not make the mistake of "objectifying" yourself; rather, adopt the lens of an "observer" and change the relationship between the thoughts you have about yourself to reflect the thoughts one might have towards a fine art piece.
After all, you are the product of perfect mastery—a divinely created gift to the world that deserves to be seen, respected, and cherished.
YOU ARE CURATOR OF YOUR EXPERIENCE
Take a look around your environment. What do you love about this place? Consider how the landscape shifts throughout the day and into the night…
The ever-changing nature of life is your invitation to be flexible, adaptable, and dynamic. Like a potter’s terra cotta mug, a black smith’s cast iron pot, or a glassblower’s fluted vase—you are a container for magic, for health, and for growth.
Your vessel may remain relatively the same, although the contents will stir and you’ll move from this hand to that, from this shelf to that surface, for a moment, for weeks, for the season.
As curator of your experience, you get to challenge yourself to tolerate certain environments and you get to alter your environment to tolerate you.
Take inventory of the elements surrounding you. Which objects are simply blocks that subtract from your light? How would your vessel appear if these blocks were removed from view?
Imagine an art gallery, with walls white in passivity, a pedestal supporting a sculpture, and spotlights highlighting exactly what the artist intends for you to see. For every speck of light there exists a patch of darkness, a shadow.
What is hidden is equally, if not more, important than what is revealed. Instead of thinking about shadow as a negative, let’s consider it as the container for mystery, surprise, awe. Within the shadows is where our authenticity comes alive!
As soon as we shine a light upon it, the darkness disappears and a treasure is rediscovered—a sacred bit that was once tucked away for safekeeping can now emerge, in an exhibition of its own, for all to witness.