Who are we becoming?
"The tragedy of life is what dies inside a man while he lives." Albert Schweitzer, philosopher, physician, and musician (1875-1965).
Who says we cannot become the writers, directors, and producers of our life to transform it for the better? I submit who we were makes no difference when we stop creating false limitations for ourselves. True, we will encounter fear and fear is part of being alive, something we all share. Fear is a natural reaction to moving us closer to our becoming. If we commit ourselves not to bail out, then our experience will become very vivid. The trick is also to develop a sense of the inner adventure where we can bring our mind to a silent state. From our quiet mind, we will be able to understand our own mind and listen to our inner voice.
The inner adventure will also help us become more conscious and aware of what we are creating. The results of this adventure will allow us to connect with wisdom and knowledge that is quite challenging to explain, other than to say it is an extremely profound experience. This adventure is worth undertaking when we choose to eliminate the diversions that keep us from becoming the mental architect of our own personal transformation, find our life purpose, and consciously take the leading role in our life.
With the will of our audacity, we will also want to reclaim our power to take 100% responsibility to how we express who we become to live a life that is orchestrated by our integrated mature spirit. Challenging, but not impossible and we simply have to do the work to free our mind from the personal imprisonment of our bad habits that prevent us from taking enhancing actions to seek a new course where we become everything we were created to be. A true desire to seek freedom of thought and expansion of perspective, beauty and enrich our experience in this journey as human beings.
The road to continuously reinventing our life and becoming victorious is not mysterious. However, without it--we will always be struggling against something. With it, we accept the call for the application of a powerful blend of courage, resolve, discipline and tenacity that will help us becoming victorious over the obstacles that keep us from becoming the mental architect of our own transformational change.
Who are we becoming to live a life worth living?
Written By: Windsor Lindor © 2018