Sometimes we wish that life would just give us a challenge then after it has been met we can live in PERFECT land until the day we magically fall asleep and die. Yes, we ALL wish this. Don’t pretend like you don’t. Life would be “easier” if your receptionist could read your mind. Your boss was always in a happy and understanding mood. You didn’t have to worry about bills, health complications or automated messages when all you want is to talk to a person. Maybe some of us have been conditioned to say, “I like a little bit of stress” or “those things don’t bother me that much”, but ideally we would all love to have OUR perfect mate, with a perfect house, in our perfect location, with a perfectly fun, purposeful and financially rewarding job where we are perfectly respected and get to travel and play with a perfect amount of disposable cash AND accidents, infidelity, law enforcement on petty traffic violations, bills, telemarketers (sorry for those TM’s that maybe reading), angry drivers and tragedy doesn’t throw us off the wheel of AMAZINGNESS.
And what’s kind of sad, but completely true when you take a step back and listen to how people view their life is that most people never feel that they get to expereince those moments of AMAZINGNESS. Yes, it could be their attitude or perspective on life, but sometimes life does just throw us one curve ball after another that ways on your positive spirit.
Life is one big process. And all the events that fill it are another set of small to larger processes.
Sometimes when I am meeting with a patient, the patient will ask, “how long will this take?” A reasonable question, but often times even though I am seeing you for your allergies, it isn’t really the allergies that I’m treating. Of course, to the patient it feels that way because the allergies begin to improve, but usually I am working on a deeper level- the root cause of your allergies.
After having another healing session with Carey Hardy and getting my hard cast on today, reminded me that I am starting a new process, embarking on a new journey. And the end result will take time. The lesson: patients. Flow with the beauty and gifts of life. Be present in the moment and take what you can from that moment. And give back what you can in that moment because that exact moment will never present itself again.
I hope that gives you strength to love each moment for that moment.
I too, am beginning a new healing path and process within my life journey!