Many years ago my uncle shared the concept of how important location is when thinking about buying a house. What I've grown to understand since, is that where I locate myself affects my life profoundly and I'm grateful for this wisdom. Whether it is surrounding myself with supportive friends or the beauty of nature, what I choose to be around matters. What I notice is that where I locate myself in my consciousness is what matters most. In fact, it's where my whole life springs forth from.
Do you live in a world of Infinite Possibility or are you located in a world that tells you that you can't have the life you really desire? I commit to living from the consciousness that I want to live in, rather than one that has been imposed on me from the world around me, or hidden in the depths of my earliest learned experiences. I choose to locate myself in the field of Infinite possibility and inspire others to do the same. This choosing requires attention and recommitment, sometimes moment-to-moment. I find that having daily breathing and integrity practices support me in this journey.
I feel grateful for every teacher I've had who has pointed me in this direction, especially Kathlyn Hendricks for the clarity she shares about 'location.' She speaks about how she creates spaciousness with clock-time by locating herself in space, not time. I have found this to be true. I can breathe spaciousness into my day with my perspective. If I look at my day and all I want to accomplish from a clock-time perspective, I am going to have a frantic day of rush-rush with waves of failure as the day closes and my list of to-do's is still looming. If instead I face into my day with an open heart, response-ability, and a sense of spaciousness, I can create from what is truly possible and feel a sense of accomplishment that brings aliveness and joy as I close out my day.
I choose to locate myself in the field of Infinite possibility and inspire others to do the same.
I see this as an art form, this way of living that feels alive and delightful. I bring myself out of being subject to the happenings of my days like a leaf whipping around in the air, and into being the master-creator of my life. I cannot control all that is happening yet I can create a sense of safety and grounded-ness that feels nurturing and delicious as I face into what is. The joy I feel in perceiving space around my activities feeds what I want to give my attention to, multiplying the ingredients that add up to the life of my choosing. I know that what I turn towards is what grows in my consciousness; and when I experience this sense of inner harmony I can gift the world with my cultivated presence. And our world is hungry for conscious presence.
"I invite you to step back and look with your artist's eye at your own life. Consider it amorphous material, not yet deliberately crafted. Reflect upon what it is, and what it could be. Imagine how you will feel, and what those around you will lose, if it does not become what it could be." Eknath Easwaran.
I agree with these words and offer one slight change: Imagine how you will feel and what those around you will lose if you do not become what you can be. Is it time for you to relocate your consciousness? Your life is worth your exquisite attention. I have found this consciousness move expansive and a constant delight. What single, easy step could you take towards creating a sense of spaciousness and by when will you take it?
Here are three reliable steps to locating yourself in Infinite Possibility:
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