I love to create memes myself. You’ll see a few among my posts/pages. However there are SO many out there I find inspiring and insightful. I love to save them and share them. I love to reread and ponder. This one is particularly fresh to me at the present moment. I have typically lead my life to in such a fashion, but there are times where ‘stuff’ encroaches into your dome of peace and sets things off kilter a bit. Those moments feel off-setting and can often set you into a tail spin of negative feelings. It’s good to remind oneself that the outside negativity is not your own. When people or things or circumstance over-step their boundaries, it’s ok to take that few steps back and regain your inner/outer peace once again. Boundaries can be good and ever-so-healthy. I don’t know if there is a time when we finally master this, or if we need the challenges to become stronger in mastering this process. Either way, I am always grateful for peace’s return.
Have you ever given thought to something as deep as this:
I realize the Law of Attraction is pretty far out there for many folks to digest. Many want nothing to do with it. I however, truly love and appreciate the LOA and strive daily to fully embrace all that it has to offer. I am no where near mastered, and often find myself doubting or retracing steps. This meme that came across Facebook recently had me somewhat stopped in my tracks for a moment. (It does sort of serve as a slap in the face!) I had been having some challenging times with recent projects and endeavors and as I was, one, getting frustrated with the way things were going, and two, wanting ‘out’ and diligently working my way out, when I then come across this and it sort of hit me in my face. I had lost sight of what was happening. I had lost sight of what I wanted… needed… desired… strived for. I lost sight of taking care of me and family first. I had ….. lost sight. I created a reality reflection that I was not so keen on looking at in the mirror. Being slapped in the face with that realization, I had to readjust and get back on track. I needed to create a reality that I enjoyed looking at when reflecting back at me. I fully embrace this notion and I’m grateful I was reminded of such right at the moment when I needed it most.
I hope this finds you when you might need and appreciate it most.