Do you hear the words coming out of your mouth?
Like really listen to the words coming out of your mouth.
In my 20’s I heard myself begin the narration of my life with ‘a was a pour black girl from a poor black family.’ A rewrite to Steve Martin’s 1975 movie The Jerk.
In my 30’s; I was all about traveling. Where I was going and where I have been. My son described me as a ‘rolling stone’; a label I proudly wore.
In my 40’s; it was all about being a traveling bartender. The combination of adventures, meeting new people, all while making good money was orgasmic.
When I hit my mid-forties, the story switched to my accident.
The months after my accident I never wanted to go out in public.
I couldn’t handle the constant question: “what happened?”
Even when I was healed up and wandering around Europe. The story I told involved that accident.
I resented that accident until I learned I became grateful for it.
That accident was a catalyst for me going ‘inward’ to change the ‘outward’.
I was already a pretty positive go-lucky gal.
Full of laughter on an easy path of to my destiny.
I always had the feeling that I was missing something.
That was why I was constantly blowing up my life.
There was a subconscious story filled with low vibration emotions on a loop in my experience.
I realize this…
Once I became aware.
Awareness of self.
“Thoughts become things. If you see it in your mind, you will hold it in your hand.”
Awareness is a stimulating.
The air becomes lighter.
Colors become brighter.
Patterns formed with circumstances and people in your life that are giving evidence to the story you tell.
Ask you shall receive
I have downloaded that I am a magnet.
The vibrations I hold shows up in my life.
I am super conscious that my emotions are my vibration gage.
That is why, I check in with myself periodically during the day.
Becoming present with random deep breaths.
I made the decision to change my story.
That decision makes my life very interesting on a daily basis.
It shifted my perspective inward for answers.
My mindset moved into a journey of getting acquainted with ‘true self’.
It is never too late to change the story.
I am in the middle of it right now.
Waking up every morning with the feeling of being ‘FREE’.
Thank you for letting me share.
Be kind. Be well. Smile.