When I heard this quote from the intuitive healer Hans King I had to blog about it, because I thought the quote was brilliant. He said “Become the most important person you’ve ever met”.
First of all, have you met yourself? Do you know who you are? Have you dropped in or dropped out of your own soul? Let’s not confuse your skin with your soul, otherwise we will only magnify the epidemic of narcissism, and skin is an organ, and we are discussing something more than skin deep.
Until I discovered the path of yoga and other spiritual modalities, my vision was outwardly confused, as opposed to inwardly focused. My attention was on pleasing others, trying to fit into a world that didn’t have my size, and quite frankly I was absent from my interior world. So for me to become the most important person I ever met, a connection to myself had to exist before becoming important. Meditation, yoga, and an examined life helped me tremendously to literally embody my being-ness.
What are the qualities in others that you feel are important, is an essential question to ask yourself in order to answer this riddle? For me it’s warmth, kindness, compassion, authenticity, flexibility, all infused with love.
After you answer this question of what qualities you feel are essential in women and men you admire, then you have to “become what you seek” in order to transform into the most magnificent human. You now have the endgame for becoming the most important person you have ever met. Do not seek those qualities outside yourself, become them!
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“Fear is Trusting In Your Own Power”
Would you like to tap into infinite knowledge, unlimited power, and a sense of feeling eternal? Well, these attributes are described in Wikipedia as the definition for God.
In the twelve step movement, many religions, atheists, and agnostics unite, and they suggest members find a personal definition of a God of his or her understanding.
It is believed that if you have God of your own understanding, your world will change. The world will go from black and white to color. Everything will taste a little different, like a unique spice that has been added to your very existence. A sense of ease and joy will replace your addictions and obsessions to outside stimuli that distract you from your connection with both your Source and your Soul.
How could this happen by letting God, Source, Higher Power, Love, or whatever you choose to call it into your life? How do you plug into infinite knowledge and unlimited power. “Get your foot off the hose” says Ester Hicks. What blocks us is fear, judgement, or any negative thought? Those bad feelings literally pinch us off from the infinite good that exists all around us at all times.
When we are trusting in our own power we are Edging God Out (EGO). If we tap into infinite possibilities we can become a conduit and a channel. We are using a bigger better connection. It’s like using a satellite dish as opposed to your old antenna for reception.
Tap into the infinite, the unlimited, and the omnipresence of your being by believing in the energy that keeps the sun coming up every morning, and the moon coming out every night. Tune into the energy that grows your nails and hair in your sleep, and keeps your heart beating without you asking. Drop into the same essence that opens the petals of a rose, or keeps the planets turning, and the waves crashing. We are infinitely bigger than our constant mental chatter, our financial state, or even our diagnoses. Rise above it all and make sure you’ve got God!
My smile is like salt on your wound. The bubbliness my personality makes you queasy and nauseous, but I refuse to apologize for my effusive ways.
I have sought far and wide for solutions, refusing to bathe in the pains of my youth. Seeking answers to a better way of living through prayers, affirmations, books, and gurus has been an arduous but fulfilling path.
You ask me to dive into my shadow side. You say that I have denied the darkness and you are lonely in the shadows by yourself. It is true that misery loves company, but I refuse to spend more hours, days, or even years there. I have done my time and there were lessons learned.
Joy is now my teacher.
I refuse to apologize for my authentic smile. I earned it. I worked hard for it. I know it hurts to watch, but I am happy to share with you how I got from miserable to content.
I found teachers that resonated with me, and I am grateful to share with you the garden tools I have discovered to turn my personal manure into a soil that created a fragrant and vibrant garden called my life.
Let my smile become contagious, rather then emanate disdain from the depth of your soul. Get out of your darkness and shadow, by turning on the light. It is really that simple. You too have a light within you. We all came with a pilot light. You just need to reignite it. It just got blown out from downtrodden circumstances and situations. No need to fret. Light it and feel the lightness of your being once again.
I refuse to apologize for my light. No need to apologize for your darkness.
ps. for more information on how to live in the light read more blogs at www.susanfoxley.com. Namaste.
Registered Yoga Instructor Certified Life Coach