There’s No Place Like Home
Dear Blessed One,
Are you living in someone else’s reality? Seemingly controlled by rules, beliefs, and ideas? Trapped in an invisible prison?
Our limiting beliefs are like the invisible cell the hypnotist creates. The audience can clearly see that there are no confining walls, even though the hypnotized one is anxiously trying to get out.
Our conditioned ideas are the walls that are limiting us. They show us how impossible it is to get out but they’re not real, they’re imagined. What can make it even more concrete is that most of the people around us are under the same spell, and they’re seeing the walls too.
Unlike the audience who can clearly see there are no walls while watching the hypnotist’s mysterious show on stage, many of our family and friends struggle with the same invisible prison. All that is needed is for the hypnotist to snap their fingers and the walls will disappear.
Here’s an opportunity to snap your fingers and snap out of it – question everything! Yes, everything. A 12-step friend used to say that to me in my early days of sobriety. I said to her, “Question everything?! What the hell does that mean?” She said, “Very good grasshopper, you’ve got it,” and walked away.
As limiting thoughts come in, ask yourself if it’s true. Pick it to pieces by asking, “Who made up that rule? What else is possible? Do I have to believe that? Am I giving up my freedom to create what I want by believing this?
Just because it’s always been that way, doesn’t mean it can’t change. Until you take full responsibility for your life, you’ll never know real freedom. Check your choices. What are you believing that’s keeping you trapped? Keep questioning it until you get to the root, then you can pull the weed from your magnificent garden.
Awareness is key. Be intensely aware! Acutely aware! There is no better book, movie, or drama than your life – be there fully! Challenge whatever you think is “real”.
You are amazing, magical, holy, and infinite. Abandon limitation, and return home to limitless joy, peace, and stillness.
There’s no place like home. There’s no place like home. There’s no place like home.
Much Love and Blessings to You,
“Argue for your limitations, and sure enough, they’re yours.”