Sometimes, we forget that in both positive and negative ways, we have been led to our very present. The thoughts, the words, the actions, and even the feelings that’s we’ve experienced that brought us to this very point in existence. It’s really tough for me to agree that things happen randomly or by accident. How can we say that when the natural world in which we live in is governed by laws, therefore by nature, just?
I’m not saying that everything that happens to us is necessarily fair, but life does have a way of making things right in ways we’d never imagine. Some call it karma, some call it cause and affect. Whatever you want to call it, all the decisions we’ve ever made and the forces beyond our immediate control have intertwined and led us here, now.
Sometimes, it’s easy to be angry that the wrong that has been done to us and to feel bitter about the abuse and hurt we’ve experienced along the way. But in the moments in which we experience true bliss, we tend to forget how these hurts and suffering have led to our moment of pure joy. This is something to consider.
When I coach repeat clients, they often come back unhappy about their life’s situations. It’s only when I remind them that just one year ago what they’re currently experiencing is what they could have only hoped for, that they realize how powerful their intentions and decisions really are.
We must strive to be grateful for what we’re experiencing and to face our lives with clear intent, rooted in our deep, personal values. It’s easy to get anxious when we’re feeling lost and lose sight of the natural law that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. We’re constantly reaping what we sow. Fortunately, if you don’t like it, you can change it – it’s the grace all of us are afforded as creative beings.
Remember your creative power and how it truly affects the present moment.