Thankfully, our inner stability can be cultivated and strengthened.
If we stop looking at our surroundings and belongings as our home and our safe place, we start to see that wherever we are, we can carry our comfort zones within us. What really matters is how we feel, how we act, and how we treat each other. Our safe place becomes less about the material and more about living fully within ourselves, and in peaceful harmony with others.
The moments when we let go of worry and stress to find contentment within ourselves, are the moments when we realise the big picture, insignificant of physical location. We are happy to just be, to find the joy in the calm, despite the storms. To smile at the laughter of a child at the end of a stressful day; to dance freely in the first rainstorm after months of drought – these are the moments when we are grounded within ourselves and connected to the greater whole of the Universe.
When we are centred, we can receive the important messages and synchronistic events that will shape the next chapters of our lives. These moments of grace allow us the breakthroughs we need to carry on in an upward spiral and contribute to ‘the Longer Now’ spoken of by James Redfield in the Second Insight:
“This step in consciousness happens when we look back on the spiritual journey of humanity throughout history. We see that we are in a new phase of human progress. Humanity is now awakening from a materialistic worldview and moving into a new outlook that recognizes ‘spiritual design.’ This design rewards an attitude of helping others and making the world better. When we adopt this new world perspective, our soul’s dream, of our mission, comes to us, and we move toward this destiny by a near miraculous ‘Intuition and Synchronistic Flow.’ Thus, we are learning to make our way in the world by finding a spiritual connection and allowing ourselves to be guided. In this way, we’re discovering a more detailed understanding of how the world genuinely works. Together, with this insight, we can shape another historical era of inspirational life for generations to come.”
British Columbia’s wildfire season is the worst in recorded history and is far from over. Many of the larger fires show no signs of slowing down. It can be terrifying living in the middle of a crisis, with bags packed, never knowing what will happen from one moment to the next. It can be exhausting to feel so uncertain and displaced. Many people from around the world are facing similar situations. Fires, floods, and other disasters rattle us, but the sharing of hope and the solidity of people trusting in universal flow is what will see us through. As we move and work together in this changing world, we can choose to channel our energies towards the joy and the light.
In trying to stay in conscious spiritual alignment, for ourselves and others, we can consider if we truly believe in how we’re being in moments of stress and if we are happy with the version of our Self that we’re embodying. We don’t always have a choice about what is going on in our external environment, but we can always choose our mindset, and find comfort in love, the true home of our souls.
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