|Time With Tamika|
Relationships & Life
Recently, I reread The Seat of the Soul by Gary Zukav. It is an influential book from the very first page. I can recall reading it years ago and comprehending many of its ideals, but now with the space that I'm in I was able to relish in every single word. That to me is fascinating. Our minds will only accept content that is meant for us in moments. I love remembering. It seems The Seat of the Soul's purpose is to ignite the truth and awareness in each of us. It is important to be ourselves and experience the physical aspects of this life during this specific lifetime. We are meant to evolve into heightened individuals in order to ultimately unite and become a bright light of enlightened energy so to speak. I encourage everyone daily, in some form to be connected to what is truly important. I desire for everyone to focus on the internal rather than the external. What can be seen is a gift, but what is felt is an incredible blessing.
With love...until next time...be better than you were yesterday. :)
So much can happen so quickly. I was talking to a friend of mine last night about time. When we were a bit younger, time was different. We perceived it in a different way. We did not notice how much happens in such a short amount of time. We failed to recognize how much can change in a blink of an eye. I know we are in a frightening period of time. We are living in a time when our collective consciousness is taking effect. Being present and capable of allowing our best selves to emerge is s important right now it is scary. We each must remember the reason of our true existence in order to see positive change. Have you noticed how much energy is now focused on "following your dreams," "whats your calling?" The ones that understand the depths of whats happening are urging everyone to recall what fuels them to be better and connected to the force of nature. Its time. CHANGE IS NECESSARY.
Author: Tamika Carlton
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