the simple process of allowing
Life is a continual process of wanting to break through our own limitations. And for most of our life, these limitations are broken through with a level of effortlessness. We learned to talk, walk, broken through the limitations of our own size because we grew. Out DNA, our birthright, our physical and spiritual design is to desire and achieve breakthrough. There was a pattern of non-thinking and simply allowing the limitations to be naturally unhinged because life and Source has set our experience up this way. We simply let life break through FOR us. We didn’t have to DO, just be.
On the other hand, of our design, we limit ourselves. And we can do this over and over again. Until we don’t. Until we stop that cycle and break it. We started and stayed in a relationship that over time was not serving us. And so we broke through. We woke up one day to realise the very place we thought was a safety net is anything but, and so we leave job and break through a pattern of believing we strictly following a “plan” never opened the doors we were told it would.
Everyone wants to experience the magic, the flow and the abundance of life. The bliss point. But very few are willing to breakthrough enough emotional attachment to fear of truly living the life they came here to live. It takes a brave soul to release limitations within the self. So many times we limit ourselves to actually taking the steps because:
What if it doesn’t work
What if I don’t follow through
I don’t trust myself
I tried before and it didn’t work
You may feel a resonate ping within you as you read those and say to yourself, “yesss, that’s me”. But it isn’t you. These are not your truths. They are your limited beliefs and they will continue until the willingness within you opens and you start asking new questions. Ones that allow the old to be there (accepting) AND invite and allow questions that spark life.
What if it does work
What if I do follow through and learn to trust the process, myself and this time the end result is different.
Leanna Jane Lewis