Nobody said consciousness would be easy

The arrival of consciousness..

…is often preceded by a period of confusion, destruction, and uncertainty. Not to mention upsets and sudden changes.

Things may not go According To Plan. Your old friend, Doubt, shows up and wants a place to stay.

People keep doing things that annoy you, such as filling the oceans with noxious poisons and taking the whole planet hostage. It’s easy to get mired in the muck, and you begin to wonder if anything can resolve this whole mess.

Before you get too invested in freaking out, consider that perhaps the destruction happening now is playing a part in a new beginning for human spiritual evolution. Things continue to fall apart, including some of our most beloved and cherished structures, structures we all spent a lot of energy holding together.

Instead of trying to keep the old together, it may be the time to look and see for yourself what you really love, what makes you excited and enthusiastic about life: is it other people, the earth, creativity, healing, music, communication, inventing new structures?

Whatever you love, loves you too. If something excites and inspires you, chances are pretty good you will excel at doing it. When you are doing what you love, you are able to bring a whole lot more of you to the table, and right now, you are truly needed there.

Whatever it is that you love, it’s what you came here to do, and what you came to give. It’s time to give it your all. If you are not sure yet of what you are here to do, perhaps finding out is your next step.

©Kris Cahill /
‘The Coming Storm’ ©Karas Cahill on Flickr

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2 thoughts on “Nobody said consciousness would be easy

  1. I absolutely love this. It is so inspirational. I enjoy reading your posts they always seem to be right on time. I feel like I can take on the world now. Thanks, Tiz

    • Thank you, Tiz. Take on that world! It looks to me that as we each become more of who we truly are within, we can then recreate the world outside. Miracles happen!

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