At the centre of your being, you have the answer; you know who you are and you know what you want.
~ Lao Tzu
As a society, we have been taught from an early age that we know nothing—we must go to the experts to find answers, and go to school to study to gain knowledge in order to be successful.
If you’re reading this, I expect you’re part of a new wave of thinking that recognizes the innate wisdom that lies within you. This wisdom is not bounded by reason or limitation, nor is it reserved for the chosen few who, through rites or rituals, have earned the right to spiritual transcendence. This is an inner knowing everyone can grasp; an inner resonance which at its core is bound to our connection to Source.
All are invited to reach out and touch God.
Yet, most schools are still teaching old outdated theories. It seems to take as long as a generation for our education to catch up with current science. This is also partly due to the years it takes to publish new papers, and then the years to filter that new information down into textbooks.
Yet, one can go deeper than this to describe our human condition and the state of education. If we are not proactive about our education, then we will passively receive outdated information.
True education is lived experience, alive with wisdom, passion and knowledge.
When you give over your power, you lose touch with your innate intelligence. People have been programmed to disconnect from their feelings, to make themselves disempowered as “facts don’t lie.” This is fear-based. The fears are like walls which expand like skyscrapers in our minds, debilitating us on an individual and collective level.
Letting go of fear is the path to sanity.
Realizing our own innate power and the sacredness of all life is the next step in our evolution as human beings. A developed self-esteem is one of the foundations of trusting your intuition. This requires a self-belief generated from confidence in your own sanctity as a human being.
Instead of putting your faith in others, put faith in yourself. Open your mind to inspiration, and it will flow as naturally as a stream down a mountain pass.
Relax and feel the elegance of your wisdom. You are not an accident of fate—you are a powerful co-creator of reality.
Deep down, you know who you are. Perhaps you just forgot.
Here are three ways to tap into your unlimited abundance:
1. Love passionately
Living with love is the way to make your dreams come alive.
2. Let God
God is within us, within every cell of creation. All is sacred, and all is alive. Divinity is inside you and outside you. All is one.
3. Tap into Possibility
Instead of tapping into limitation, tap into the infinite fountain of universal possibility.
Believe in the power of your dreams.
If there was no limitation, what would I do?
If I could do anything, what would it be?
If I could be anyone, who would I be?
Editor: Lynn Hasselberger
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