My life lesson has been to learn to love my mother.
Mothers can be hard to understand; as a young adult we can be just finding our own way in the world
But feel we weren’t totally free.
Some mothers seem to have a hold on their children consciously or unconsciously.
Are you free to be yourself, or is your mother instilling her ways on you?
We don’t realise the intensity of our relationship with our mother;
She’s the one we bond with at birth.
Are you battling with your mother?
Or are you totally in love with your mother?
Dealing with my mother was important for me to learn to understand myself.
For me it was an effort to be close to my mother; due to our life circumstances that caused us to have distance between us.
However, time heals, and the geometry of life is love and so the intertwining of mother and child can heal over time.
And each can be their own individual self when understanding is reached.
As you search the world to understand it, first you are to understand yourself. For you are the universe in its oneness. There is no separation; only our egos create separation to place us in limbo. The ego wants to keep you safe, and so places you in a situation to tie you down. When you are in a dark space, in depression, or in anxiety, this is fear arising in you. Don’t take this on board; it’s not you. It’s an illusion – a manifestation of an ego’s belief.
Are you the master of your ship? Or is the ego at the helm, instead of the captain? You have the choice to take over the wheel and steer your own ship. Isn’t it time to throw the first mate over board and take over the wheel?
Life is truly an adventure; the adventure can be in misery or in acceptance. I have been to these places, and it takes inner belief and courage to move forward and take charge of your own life.
Are you taking on the opinions or points of view of your tribe?
Family, co-workers, peers etc. The gift of your soul’s journey is in your mirrors, and these are the people in your life. What are they expressing to you? Is it their fears you are buying into? Are they contributing to your well-being, your adventures, and your dreams; are they supportive, or are they nay-saying all you attempt to do?
This happens to keep you where they want you, and in that fear your ego will thrive, for it has you where it wants you.
We are humans and we have intelligence, and that intelligence can cause us some undue stress.
Are we defining the truth of who we are?
Is our true self able to rise out of the mayhem and chaos we seem to have invited in to stay and play with us?
Do you know the game of life is full of plays we have learned, and are still holding tightly to?
Do you know some of these plays are ancient and need a re-write?
Is it time to re-write your life and start with a clean slate?
Are you strong enough to face yourself?
To free the self; one must first face what it is one needs to free the self from.
How can you know what you have to free yourself from, if you don’t know what it is you need to free?
Life is simple; we complicate it.
Are you complicating an old drama?
Fear can take us out of our comfort zone and cause us to give up on our dreams. You have probably heard these words often enough and know this fact. But how can we get pass this fear that stops us in our tracks? Well there is no short answer for that question, because the answer is in you, and to find the cause of your fears, is your first port of call.
Where is this fear residing in your body? Is it in your mind, or in your gut, or in your heart? Where is it lying hidden from you? Sometimes these types of fears rise up in me and I have to face them. My fears usually lie in my gut, so there is an emotional fear holding me back. I have to address the emotional fear.
My emotional fear is usually around self-worth. Am I worthy of this? Do I really want this? All these questions create a mixture of emotions within me.
Sometimes we get mixed up inside of us and our emotions tell us something, and it’s not one emotion causing the mix up; it’s a mixture of emotions that have tangled themselves under one name, causing us to think it’s such and such.
And that for me is self-worth. No, it’s not self-worth; it’s a combination of childhood issues that are still playing their movie in me. The movie has many scenes: the question is which of these scenes are my truth as an adult, and which are the scenes of my inner child?
I always thought the reason for writing the book was because when I went to Istanbul to live, I was introduced to an Esoteric Astrologer and he said it was in my chart to write a book.
Yes, he did influence me to write, because I always wanted to write, but I had no grammatical skills and if he had not told me I had to write, I’d probably just wanted to write and never do it. I had to be in Istanbul if I was to write because I’d never have done this in Australia.
Furthermore, there was a deeper reason and that was at my soul level; somehow my soul knew I had to write and it was my guide, my divine force, to move me towards my purpose in life.
All of us have a life’s purpose and some of us know it and some of us don’t know it.
I didn’t know my life’s purpose, until now! Yes, even though I’d written the books and did all the healings on me to move forward, I still didn’t have a clue as to what my life’s purpose was until now.
Yes, it’s to write and put my books out into the public to help others, to inspire and encourage others to gather up their inner strength and be themselves and experience what they are supposed to experience.
You see life is to be experienced, and I have done that in so many ways and I have had a wonderful life of many experiences; not always good, but they were the experiences I was supposed to have.
“Divine Spirit, guide me as I blindly tread on this earth, searching for my purpose that’s staring me in the face. Oh, how blind I was to not see what thou had installed for me. I thank you for the wonders I have seen, the dreads I have dreaded, the poverty, the riches, the sick and the well; you have given me a wide scope of all that life can bestow on a human, for this I am eternally grateful.”