Flowers don’t worry about how they’re going to bloom. They just open up and turn toward the light and that makes them beautiful. ~ Jim Carrey
Each Spring when the sun shines, the air is warm and the flowers are in full bloom, is a good time to think about who you are, what you desire to be, do and have in life; in essence—how do you want to open up this Spring, turn to the Light and know yourself as beautiful?
Many of us were taught to first see what is wrong—what’s wrong with me, what’s wrong with you, what’s wrong with my life. We spend years asking ourselves the wrong question—which can only give us an ineffective, useless answer. What if what you think is wrong with you is really right and beautiful about you? What if that is true of everyone you know—that what you judge wrong about them is really their greatest beauty, if you were to see them through new eyes?
How would that change your perception of life? Do you look at a flower and judge its wrongness? Or do you take a moment to admire it for what it is—a beautiful flower, doing what it was created to do—bloom where it is planted.
Take a moment and close your eyes. Ask yourself: What’s right and beautiful with me, in this moment, right now?
Open your senses to receive the answers. Drink that knowledge in and allow a new sense of Being flow through you. Become aware of who you are in this experience—what you think, what you feel and what you see about yourself that is new and fresh and beautiful.
Now expand that awareness beyond yourself. To your family. Your friends. Your co-workers. Your neighbors. Your community. Your city, state, country…your world.
What changes and expands within you? How do you perceive yourself and your world in a fresh way—like a flower blossoming in the Spring?
When you focus on what is right with you—-and what is right with others—you stand in a new position of power from which to choose, decide and act.
You make new choices and take new actions.
You release that false sense of self—the self that was in-formed by others—and live from that part of you that is divinely perfect.
There is nothing more you need to do—simply accept yourself as the divine, magnificent being that you already are and live from there.
Bloom where you are planted and watch your life transform itself.
Be the blessing of Spring to yourself and others.