When the expectation for your life and the way it must go is so strong that it builds a momentum within you, that is when you find yourselves hitting a kind of wall. Hitting the wall is not a bad thing, even though it can be a bit messy at times.
But the wall that you hit is a wall constructed of your own resistance to the way things are and the way things have been. And sometimes you need to know that you are holding that resistance in order for you to face it and in order for you to let go of it.
So there is no right way for you to become aware of the resistance or of the beliefs and expectations that you run so often that they become second nature to you. You have but one way, however, of taking on a new approach.
And that one way is to make a choice. When you make a conscious choice, you have taken back your power. When you make an unconscious choice, you have given in to something that is easy to adopt, to believe, or to hold resistance to.
Place your focus on the way that you experience your life, for that is something that you can shift, right here, right now. That is something that you can easily become aware of, for you do it all day, every day.
You experience your lives through your own perceptions, and you are always given a choice. You can choose to continue to operate unconsciously, or you can choose to make a decision about how you want to experience what is right in front of you. And when you do that, your work is done.
You are capable of so much the moment you make a choice. The moment you decide, everything begins to fall into place. Your choices are supported by your energy and your team of helpers.
But the first step is to be aware so that you can make that choice, so that you can choose how you want to experience your life. Then you can choose what kind of life you want to live. But you will not change the conditions of your life until you recognize those perceptions and you make a conscious choice for something fresh and new and life affirming.
We are The Founders. We are the keepers of the flame.”