Whatever you do today – make this the best day ever. That’s not too hard if you know the secret.
And what is the secret?
There is no secret at all.
Make this the best day ever by being yourself, by knowing what you truly want and living from that place.
Take a look where you are right now. Would you change anything? If no, then you are already there. If yes, then you have more information on who you are and what you want.
Be grateful for that. Accept where you are and use it as a tool for where you want to go, what you want to experience, who you want to be.
If you are not where you would like to be in all those areas then don’t worry about it – don’t put your energy into that.
Simply say “I am more clear than ever before.”
Know that in this clarity is your path to a brighter tomorrow – which can actually be the very next moment. You do not have to wait for tomorrow, any tomorrow, to come for this change to take place.
Be grateful for knowing what it is you do not want and embrace this moment for all its glory and light it sheds for you. If you push this moment away you deny the experience of knowing yourself more fully.
When you push this undesired moment away you set off a chain of events you do not control in the way you would like to. You go subconscious in your flurry to get away, to push away this uncomfortableness.
This moment holds magic for you if you will only look at it more closely – for you are here, hidden in the there for you to rediscover. What a glorious treasure for you to gift yourself in such pain or discomfort.
Use this moment to really look at yourself and be honest – be truth.
Is this the direction – or more accurately, your reaction – truly where you want to go or where you want to be.? Is that just a response to get you out of here?
This is not linear, or the opposite of here means only there far away on the opposite end of here. Have you looked at all the possibilities of where there could be, what it could look like? Have you looked at where there leads in your next step when you get there? Do you know if there is only going to be another here in the end – recreating the same uncomfortableness inside once you get there.
Here, there, where – is that all confusing, mumbo-jumbo to you? It is meant to be. I do not want you to follow in logic, to pick two points of here and there and see only that within the realm of possibility.
To get away from here may simply be a small step to the side, a small adjustment to what you see right now. There may be no huge chasm to cross in order to be who you really are.
Thank this moment of knowing who you are not and where you do not want to be. Move beyond the uncomfortableness for that is only the top layer hiding all that lies beneath.
That is where you want to go – beyond uncomfortableness but not away. There are so many discoveries to behold in this moment – and you will find the pain does go away.