“If you can sit quietly after difficult news (even if in financial downturns you remain perfectly calm)… If you can see your neighbors travel to fantastic places without a twinge of jealously… If you can happily eat whatever is on your plate, or fall asleep after a day of running around without a drink or a pill… If you always find contentment just where you are… You are probably a dog.” ~jack kornfield
We all have ideas of what it means to be spiritual. For me it is about the exquisite equanimity of this life. Creating balance so nothing throws me too far a field is a practice. And because I am human I need the practice. When I experience one of life’s many challenges I have come to know I can change things myself and I do NOT need an EXTERNAL source to do the job. In this lies power.
I love the life I am leading and when things get a little hairy or a bit off balance I love that I can easily turn things around by actively focusing my energy on all the abundance that surrounds me, all the love that is shared with me and all the love I am able to share with others. In a word – I am GRATEFUL!
This is my G-spot.
This provocative phrasing is deliberately chosen to get your attention. I want you to know this is serious business – the practice of moving actual energy within and around your own physical space. It is not just platitudinous gibber jabber. Nor, by the way, is it a heavy lift.
By regularly holding conscious thoughts that reveal joy, love and grace things do shift, energies do up level and experiences do become transformed.
And this is the place that feels real good to me, the place I cultivate within myself and the place from which I enjoy intimately sharing my life with others.
Where is your energy focused?
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