Whenever you are afraid, you feel nervous, frustrated, sad, angry and resentful … this is chaos! When in doubt, when we behave as selfish having no intention of helping others, when you are envious of someone or something … this is chaos! When you do everything to not step out of your comfort zone, when you don’t do any effort to overcome the challenges, when you don’t share your inner Light unconditionally … this is chaos!
The absence of light is chaos. How many times it happens to make a mistake and then find yourselves paying consequences for a long time to come? Each of our behavior brings with it an enormous amount of energy that affects our personal movie. It’s the principle of cause-and-effect that determines the course of our lives. Whenever we decide to be swayed by selfish desires, focusing only on ourselves, whenever we decide to be the effect of things, behaving in a reactive way, we create a space for darkness.
We cover our souls with veils, which gradually get heavier and that prevent our inner lights to shine. Positive energies fill our lives, connecting us to the universe and awakening in us the ability to act with love and sharing. Light is compassion, harmony and perfection. We can behave in ways that connect us to the Light, but we can also do things that lead us to disconnect from it. This is the only fear that we should have: TO DISCONNECT!
What can we do in order to avoid disconnection? Share our Light and Energy. Be careful not to be manipulated by emotions, KEEPING THEM UNDER CONTROL! Taking time for ourself! Stop for a moment, recognize our own stress levels and learn to make short breaks. Close your eyes, cover your ears and listen to your inner breath. Taking deep breaths helps you stay present to yourselves “here and now”. Meditate on those things, presences, people who no longer have a purpose in our life and learn to let them go.
Leave the windows open to let the light in, is the best way to make life precious.
MAKE A SPIRITUAL RESET… TURN ON THE LIGHT AND LIVE INTO YOUR “PERFECT DAY”!
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