Think for yourself. Return to yourself. Not what you have been told or taught, but what you know. Get into a timeless space. Start looking from the big picture, the biggest picture you can imagine. Imagine every situation as if you're looking at it from the solar system's perspective. Get in touch with the infinite you. The you than was never born, but the one that just is. Have fun with it. Have fun being Being. Let go & be carried (& cared for) by it all. Trust. You are not along for the journey. YOU ARE the journey. You are why you are here. Get in touch with that. Connect to that. Center in it. Be whole. Be you. And be the space around you. Create it. Because you are it.
The surest way to lose touch with what is real is to be in survival mode. Get out of that, unplug from it. It's where society wants you to be. They want you to feel like you can't fully support yourself, or you can't fully be yourself. It's bulls#!t. They want you to be disconnected (because they are). They want you to feel like you're not good enough, or that you don't meet certain standards. YOU ARE the standard. Get it? You are it.
Build your desired space around you. Create your universe. Create whatever you want. The powers that be did. Why don't you? Don't let fear & laziness get in the way of it. Get off your ass & start building. Create the life & love that you really want. Wake up & live it. Sleep it. Eat it. Fill yourself with it until there is no room for anything else. Now only what you love is you. Only what you are passionate about is you. There isn't room for anything else. Everything is filled because you are filled. So full that nothing else is needed & therefore you are empty. And in being empty, you are free. Free to be you.
Just some automatic writing tonight. I'm not speaking to anyone directly. Just talking out loud. Thanks for listing.
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