In this world of ours, we struggle in finding healing balance.
There is now much needless shifting worry and anxiety about the state of affairs to come.
If you stop and listen to the deepest parts of yourself, you will see that the anxiety stems first from the ego, inflexible within the change occurring within you.
When change happens, and it always is, change is always without fail an inner experience.
What you see around you is both an indication of others changing and a reflection of your change.
Because humans like to think that their hard inner work brings them to a perfected state where deep inner work is no longer required, you tend to think that it is now someone else’s turn to grow up and change.
However, change is always interactive, meaning your shift ignites shift elsewhere which in turn re-ignites more shift in you.
Also then, change is dynamic, a never-ending dance with the energetic flow of All That Is.
You feel anxiety when you do not feel in balance with your inner shifts or when your inner situation feels out of balance with the outside world.
The question is not about how someone else can be more enlightened, the question is: “How does this person with whom I do not agree or feel balance with help me reflect on or uncover that which is out of balance within me?”
Most often external conflict is about identifying within that which no longer serves you and is ready to be released.
Conflict seen in this light can be embraced as a powerful avenue for change and seeking balance, actually two sides of the same coin of the inner healing balance.
Healing balance is the point within, existing always, between the experience of our spiritual-physical being and the clear view of our soul within All That Is.
When we feel joy, peace, and love, we are experiencing our healing balance.
When we feel fear, judgment, and anger, we are in the process of releasing whatever blocks us from embracing this moment’s healing balance.
We live in a world of dynamic flow which requests our full awareness in this, a unique moment in the flow of this infinite time and this eternal space, as emanations of the knowable and unknowable divine All That Is.
Thus when someone, something, or some event tweaks your patience, take the opportunity to look inside for your lesson which, if attended to, will guide you to the ability to release what no longer serves and to embrace your most powerful self in the bliss and peace of your healing balance.
A lot of my writing just comes in the moment. I feel an urge rise to put pen to paper. No outline. Not much forethought. Out the words come, all on their own. For me it’s always an act of mindfulness. A mindful moment.
Finding Healing Balance is one of these mindful moments. Read more on mindfulness and my mindful moments.