Does it seem like life just happens to you? Or are you consciously choosing to create your life? What would it take to have a life that is completely different? And what if the change could be effortless? What if you could make a choice today that would simply change everything?
For me, many changes have occurred in the last six months: new partnerships, new surroundings and a blank slate for creation. Expansive energy fills and moves me as I live the question: What can I create that is beyond my imagination? And who would like to play with me in this creative process? And what is possible?
I have moved out of my comfort zone to experience more.
With my move back to the Bay Area, which was my home for thirty years, I have seized the opportunity to connect with old friends. I am open to attracting partners, people with shared values and a desire to create something more. In the past I thought that I had to have a vision and invite people to that, but now I know that I can just be willing to create beyond what I have already created and not restrict the possibilities with “vision”.I feel so blessed in many ways, yet I know that what I am enjoying is just the fruits of the choices I have made. I used to wait for opportunities to open up. I was waiting to find the right mate, the right job, the right friends. I knew I was amazing, just as we all are, and I was waiting to be discovered.
Now I know that the fuel for forcing opportunities to show up is choice. If I want opportunities, all I have to do is choose and ward off any thoughts and feelings that limit me and the possibilities. I also know that some choices naturally limit other choices. For instance my choice to be meditative naturally limited how much time I spent with people.
If I choose to paint the house white than I can not simultaneously have a blue house.
When I move out of form and structure, more possibilities become available. I do not have to figure out how to create success and opportunities, they naturally flow towards me when I am effortlessly being. In addition, I can ask: “What is my objective for choosing to do a particular activity? And is it possible to achieve that objective by another means?” In the case of meditation, I choose to meditate because I was keen on enlightenment. Now I am just keen on enlightenment, without forcing my ideas on how I can make that come about. I am open to meditating, and I am open to the divine moving me by other means.
Many years I lived in judgments that limited me. I had ideas about what a good relationship was like, what type of partner would suit me, what type of work I wanted to do, and what the “highest and best” activities were. One of my most limiting beliefs was that success in business and relationships took effort. I am still working at totally realizing the ideas that Easy does it and that all of life can come to me with ease and joy and glory.