The Italians have a beautiful word which translates as "crossing over"
To me it means moving through
and moving on.
As I looked through some interesting comments I have saved from my readings, I came across some lovely impressions of how this process happens.
Lauren Gorgo tells us that
"we are not here to own or hold experiences but to fluidly move thru them so as to continually embrace the next experience...and the next, and the next."
When I attempt to visualize the process Lauren describes the scene I see is filled with gently moving images that are translucent...they are effortlessly transforming into new images (read experiences). The feeling is one of lightness and the most beautiful energy vibrating joyfully.
According to Lauren Gorgo this is Conscious Co-Creation and it means to live in the moment and create the next moment from the moment that preceded it.
As I reflect on this picture I see that LIFE looks very purposeful. Every experience we have holds the gift of a sacred lesson which anchors the next step in our spiritual evolution.
Does this image of moving pictures seem difficult to engage...to stop fixating on or obsessing over our experiences...especially the ones that feel difficult, uncomfortable or painful and move instead into the on-going grace of transformation?
Here are some words of encouragement I feel are especially inspiring to help us develop this approach to life. They describe a gentle process, a habit we can cultivate that will facilitate this spiritual exercise.
I do not have the author's name recorded in my notes but the tone of the message sounds a lot like the words I read from Meredith Murphy's Expect Wonderful and I share it with you in the hopes that it will spark your motivation and, oh, so gently touch your heart:
Continually allowing myself to let go of things without resistance just opens up ease and makes life so happy.
I let things come into my life. I let them go. I stop trying to control this or take it personally. I just am. Amazing. So simple, isn't it?
Can you SIMPLIFY the moments of your life?
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