For decades I’ve spoken in hyperbole-‘the best, the greatest, the most amazing’- whatever. It wasn’t until the Bean landed that I actually started living in hyperbole, living the dream, heaven on Earth. When she emerged it took me a long time to make the choice of living in heaven or hell. I became a mama slowly after her first year, before that I was just in survival mode, trying to stay afloat among the exhaustion, depression, overwhelm and loss of ego identity. If my sister had not been alive to talk me back from the edge throughout that first year, I’m certain I would not be here writing.
We are constantly creating our reality. We’re creating it based on our thoughts, our emotions, our beliefs and our experiences. And of course, our inside world is creating the heaven or hell on the outside. The choice to live in heaven, on #5D, on #newearth, on what I call the #parasympathetic paradigm has emerged from years of choosing the opposite. Of believing the limiting thoughts and ideas that we’re conditioned to believe from an early age. Example, ‘you have to be nice to have friends’, ‘you have to be a productive member of society’, ‘you have to work hard to make money’, ‘you can’t afford that’. So whatever that emotion triggers in your body, if it doesn’t sit right with your inner voice (as your soul knows only abundance, authenticity and ease), it imprints into your organs creating disease or pain and creates a neural pathway in your brain. It eventually becomes your reality and you’re in constant creating mode from that lens.
Until you choose otherwise. With commitment and repetition to a new story. An uplifting, elevating, expansive narrative that aligns with your inner voice. And then you keep choosing that new story until it becomes your new program, your new perspective. Eventually you too can choose to live in heaven on Earth, some of the time, most of the time or all of the time.
I’m still leaning into full-time heaven, I still live in my human and ignore my soul at times. But it’s there, joyful, vital and so in flow. On a day like today, you can certainly hear her breathing.