My intention with my work is to 𝐚𝐜𝐭𝐢𝐯𝐚𝐭𝐞 and bring 𝐫𝐞𝐦𝐞𝐦𝐛𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐜𝐞. Who we currently are in this bodily expression is just as integral in our soul's journey, no matter how significant or insignificant this experience might feel.
The origin of our soul is and always will be from Source. That is where our soul truly calls home. We carry home within us, and no one can bring you there but yourself. You have been and are carrying the torch to home all along.
What does this mean? It means that developing a deep relationship with Source is where we receive our true sense of purpose for our lives and empowerment. Remembering and rekindling that connection will give us access to truly harnessing and bringing forth our true magic.
Turn your heart and intention to Source and ask how you can more deeply connect and trust that the answer will be given to you.
You have the ability to make your life as profound as you want it to be.
You are the one to give value to your experiences. You decide how meaningful something is for you or not. You hold that much power. Don't give this power away.
Though very challenging at times, our experiences here will feel like a blink of an eye when we complete this cycle. Embrace it. Make it count.
It inspires me to know that we are all connected to Source energy. Each one of us is connected to this divine, creative, loving Source. Each one of us has the potential to channel this energy in whatever way is most suited to our abilities.
We are all co-creators with unique expressions of how we create, and there will always be someone who will feel drawn to our particular creative energy.
We should never doubt our creative ability; never question whether what we have to share or create that comes from our inner core, which longs for expression, is worthy of being seen.
Not expressing who we are is like not giving a flower water to flourish and bloom. We are here to express our essence.
I didn't really know how to express myself at first. I had all these ideas of how I wanted to be because of how I saw other people doing it, but I started letting go and doing what I love.
I am still in the process of letting go of my expectations and letting me just be. I understood that inside of me lies the answer to my questions.
Once I let go of my expectations and establish trust and love for myself, I started to hear my inner voice and express what was so often suppressed by my critical and intellectual thinking. It is a constant learning process.
I have to consistently remind myself that I am never lost, even when I may feel disconnected.
My/Our light is unique and, therefore, incomparable.
If I had to sum up what I've learned and any advice I would give to others, it would be to connect with the Source within, and you will be surprised by your power and potential because it is just like you- infinite.
When we look closer at the word nostalgia, which by definition means a sentimental longing or wistful affection for a period in the past many of us tend to feel this in relation to our past/parallel lives.
In the same way, we romanticize people whom we just met or know little about, we also do the same with snippets of remembrance of our past/parallel lives.
As spiritual beings, we tend to romanticize our past/parallel lives as a way of escaping our harsh reality.
Remembrance of our past/parallel lives can feel like a dream or fairy tale we'd want to wake up in. Though the remembrance might be nicer and more comfortable, it doesn't do us any good if we do this to escape challenging moments. It actually makes it harder for us to ground ourselves in this dense reality where we are needed. Since the mind it takes more energy to escape to a possible desired moment in the future, it escapes to a memory in the past, often decorating the situation to make us feel better.
Connecting and remembering are very important, but not if it gives us an overdose of nostalgia and debilitates us from being truly present in this body and lifetime.
Remembrance should be empowering and not disempowering. Remembering who we really are should give us the power and strength to pull through and make the most of our current life.
The more knowledge and wisdom we reawaken within us, the greater our responsibilities are in integrating these to an extent that serves and empowers us in our current lives.
With greater knowledge comes the responsibility of learning how to use our remembrance to turn it into wisdom and empowerment so that we can embody our very own innerstanding.