Eventually, of course, the truth will out but that is for another blog.
I share these thoughts with you today because of a recent comment I heard about the boutique I own (www.InspiredYouBoutique.com). The intent behind the boutique is to help people see the truth and heal so they can begin to live the lives they choose rather than live the lives chosen for them. The comment was "I don't like going to the boutique and I tell everyone else not to go too."
At first, I was confused and hurt by this comment. When I examined why this statement hurt, I realized it was because I was trying to control what people were thinking. I desire to have people love me as I love them, unconditionally. I was reminded by Creator that this is not always possible. People cannot love another unless they love themselves first. Creator also reminded me that the boutique is an environment for truth and healing. If people are not ready to face the truth and not ready to heal, of course they are not going to like going to the boutique. Only those who are ready, will feel drawn to come. Good points, all of them. Thank you Creator. I was also gently reminded by my husband and counselor that focusing on that comment only attracts more comments like that. I cannot control what people say or do. I can simply live as guided by Creator and continue to love unconditionally.
This leads me to my next point. Why are we so afraid of the truth? Given what I know about living a life of truth, I would heal whatever I needed to so I can stay in this balanced state. I blog about this point a lot because the feeling of living a balanced life cannot be explained in mere human words, it has to be experienced. The peace, the love, the joy, the adventures, the experiences. Life continues to happen but how you perceive the happenings changes dramatically. You begin looking for the synchronistic events and how what you see as totally disjointed events eventually come together to form a whole. Fantastic! Incredible! Beyond words! I desire this for you!
With the coming of the bistro and the adventures around that, in the past, I would have perceived these adventures as major life stopping obstacles leading to meltdowns and a pity round of "why is this always happening to me!?". The meltdowns would have been catastrophic events including tears, screaming, yelling, physical outbursts...really not pretty. Now, a meltdown consists of some confusion and a couple of what am I supposed to be learing questions. Life gets uncomplicated, simple and easy to live. The chaos and confusion is gone and the drama is non-existent. After the meltdown has settled, I begin looking for the synchronistic events. How are Creator and the universe going to make this one happen? Who is Creator going to bring into my life that holds the key to unraveling this mystery? I usually do not have to wait long. It is so much fun! I just cannot tell you...
Okay, so back to my original point. What is your story? When we sit down over a cup of tea will you share with me your reasons as to why your life really sucks or are you going to share with me your story as to how your life used to suck and here is what you did to make it better? Are you going to tell me about how your life has always been great or are you going to share with me how your life can never get better?
What is your story? You are the holder of the pen. You are the scribe. Tell me...what is your story?