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October 2010: Soul's Journey

What's Your Story?

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Often we’re not aware that we’re stuck in our story. Many of us get up in the morning and start living on autopilot without awareness that the past is making decisions about this present moment. Here are some examples that may help you become aware of where you’re living from a place of your old story instead of your Soul Center.

  • Using phrases such as “I can’t, I must, I always, I never, that’s just who I am”
  • Repeating the same patterns over and over again, attracting the same people and situations into your life.
  • Continuing to have the same reaction or behavior even after you’ve made a decision never to do it again.
     

Become aware of your perceptions in each situation. What are the rules you have set up for yourself and others in order for you to feel safe? Whatever template or perceptual field we hold about ourselves, we continue to create.
 

The language we use can serve as a window to shift into a new reality, create a new story. Instead of saying, “I never __________ or I always_________ or I can’t__________, add the phrase “Up until now I haven’t_____________. For example, “I always live from paycheck to paycheck”, changes to: “Up until now, I have lived from paycheck to paycheck.” That may sound simple, but it’s very powerful.
 

There’s a part of us that listens to everything we say and reacts accordingly. If we continue to program living from paycheck to paycheck through our use of language, we tend to create that. Adding the “up until now” piece sends a message to your subconscious that from this moment on, things can be different. Practice it on one of your own patterns and notice the difference internally. When we start to notice our internal experience shifting, that’s often reflected in our environment. We’re starting to change the energy field that held that in place and open up to the soul matrix.
 

Ask questions that allow your subconscious to make new choices:

  • What would it be like if (this pattern) were to change?
  • What new possibility is waiting for me today?
  • What would it be like if I felt free to do what I think is best for me?
  • What would it feel like to love myself totally today?
  • How would letting go of this hurt/anger/pain/resentment change my life?
  • How would my life be different if I trusted my intuition and acted on it?
  • What is one new aspect of life or myself  I can become aware of today and embrace?
     

Questions to ask yourself about the story you continue to create:

  • Is it true for me now?
  • Is it useful?
  • Does it bring me joy?
     

Take away the labels we’ve given ourselves or the labels that have been given us, and we simply become a “spiritual being having a human experience”, expressing ourselves in the moment the best way we know how.
 

Each story, each journey is sacred. It is the vehicle our soul is using to gain experience and to come into wholeness. The Soul sees the gift of learning in each situation and lets go of the rest.
 

The Soul’s story is very simple. I am Joy. I am Love. I am Divine. I am on my way Home.”

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