Open Your Mind

open mind

http://www.instagram.com Sculpture by JohnsonTsang

New experiences beckon you

With the potential of great expansion

Of love, joy and growth.

Dear One, can you allow yourself to turn off those pre-conceived notions of how your world should be? Can you set aside your thoughts of what is normal and true and just allow yourself to be carried forward on the waves of receptivity and adventure? It is time to open your mind to the infinite possibilities of experiences available to you at this moment, at this time.

How many of your great artists, great thinkers, great leaders have forged a new path away from the accepted ways of being, of thinking, of seeing? They had the courage and the willingness to think outside of the box, in order to take a great leap forward. Many were skeptical at first, but how many of these fresh ideas are now the normal way of being?

In order to take the great leap forward now required at this time, you are being asked to move forward without judgment or pre-conceived notions of how things must be. If your reason for acting or thinking in a certain way is because that is how it has always been done, then it is time for a change.

We are not saying to turn a blind eye to that which you feel in your heart is morally wrong, for indeed your truth lies within your heart. What we are suggesting is that you release the fear that is generated by your logical thinking, in that mind of yours that requires life to be a certain way. Do you really understand all that is possible in your world?

Remember back to when you were a child and all experiences were new and exciting. Now, as an adult, have you become set in your way of thinking, seeing and feeling just because that is how it has always been? Are you turning a blind eye to new possibilities because you are too set in your ways? Can you stop assuming that you know what the outcome will be before it even begins to manifest? Can you ask yourself if your thoughts are guided by fear of the unknown, thoughts of unworthiness or perhaps lack of faith that there are infinitely more possibilities than you can ever fathom?

Dear One, open your heart and open your mind. Give the unthinkable, the unreasonable or the impossible experiences the attention you give only to the logical and the ordinary. Life here upon this plane is meant to be anything but ordinary. But yet, how can your experiences expand beyond the ordinary if you continue to row without un-tethering the boat from the dock? Can you allow the stream of consciousness which flows within and through you to carry you to sights unseen, to experiences considered impossible, by that logical mind?

You are the adventurous soul who came here for the experiential journey. Do not allow fear to tether you to the dock when the current rises and beckons you forward. Suspend all judgment of what is possible and allow yourself to be taken further than you ever imagined going.

The time is now. Open your mind. Open your heart and take a chance. Rather than saying ‘I cannot or That is not possible’, say instead ‘Yes, I can or Anything is possible’. Indeed that is so, if you are open and receptive. Be the adventurer, the leader, the creator of your own life; a life of endless possibilities and experiences.

Do not limit yourself or your world. Open it to love. See the opportunities where you never did before. They are there and will carry you to unknown destinations if you allow them.

You are strong enough.

You are courageous enough.

You are safe enough to do this.

Take a chance on life.

Close your eyes, open your heart and jump into that stream of consciousness.

 

Discover what is really possible.

You will look back and ask ‘Why did I not do this sooner?’

The time is now, Dear One.

Dear One With All of Thee

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. insearchofitall
    Apr 30, 2017 @ 13:15:29

    I loved the photo of the sculpture at the top of the page! Brilliant. This resonated. My dad, a dropout after WWII always said “There is nothing more dangerous than a closed mind.” I lived by that and also his “Nothing is impossible, though it may be improbable.” Not the greatest father but wise in so many ways. I’ve lived by those saying all these years and counted them among the gifts he gave. And still I slip into the old lament, “that’s probably not going to happen for me.” Good wake up call. I think I’m getting lazy in my old age. ;(

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