Imagination doesn’t always mean looking outside of the box, but taking a closed box and seeing a different world from within it ~ Lionel Suggs
Our Spirit, the very essence of it, gives us our passion. Spirit also gives us our imagination. We need to look deep inside of us, so that we may see, feel and live our lives in a better, loving and more mindful way. Don’t lose sight of Spiritual Imagination, it sets our passions afire. It makes everything and anything possible.
By closing our eyes, we can open up a wondrous world within and just like that, we can breathe life into and make iron birds take wing, leaving a trail of luminous stardust swirls and whorls behind them.
Within you there is a stillness and sanctuary to which you can retreat at any time and be yourself ~ Hermann Hesse
So many of us go through life being supportive of others. Always offering a helping hand or a shoulder to lean on. All of which is a drain on our spiritual equilibrium. Never, or very seldom, do we take time for ourselves. In order to get in touch with our needs and desires, we must embrace self-awareness and self-love. I have found the best way to align Mind, Body and Spirit is through Meditation and EFT tapping.
To discover inner peace we need to take command of our thoughts which in turn will bring about a harmonious and balanced state of mind. By restoring our energy balance and becoming more aware and mindful of ourselves, we will be free to live our lives within our realm of Love, Peace and Tranquility ♥♥
We leave something of ourselves behind when we leave a place, we stay there, even though we go away. And there are things in us that we can find again only by going back there ~ Pascal Mercier
We spend a lifetime making memories and we leave a little of ourselves in each memory we make. A part of us remains with our family, friends, lovers, even passing strangers. We may forget some of these memories but the people we make them with very seldom, if ever, forget. So we should try to make our life stories memorable in the best possible way.
Fragments of our past, like tea leaves in the bottom of a teacup, remain behind to tell a story. Mostly good ones but some, perhaps, can leave a bad taste in one’s mouth. Try not to be someone’s bad memory.