It's in our DNA

The past few weeks have been unbelievably hectic. I have felt rushed, overworked, exhausted while at the same time felt exhilarated, amazed, grateful, overjoyed, and excited. How can it be that I can feel these seemingly contrasting feelings all at the same time?  The answer, because I was just allowing things to be. A few days ago someone said to me that it's not so much that the actual life events are tiresome, it's the constant adjusting and readjusting. I thought about that understanding and it resonated throughout my entire being. This person was spot on!  The continuous work of readjusting to the rhythm is the actual lesson. We cannot change the person, event, or issue. However, we can decide our response. Some of us adapt readily and with ease. Others of us take a little more time to change and rearrange. No matter how we adapt, the necessary act of evolution and adaptation is built in our DNA. When we decide to allow the change to happen and move with it, we transform for the better. The more we resist, the more we spin our wheels tiring our minds, bodies and spirits out only to realize we have gone nowhere. The times we injure ourselves are the times when we try to fight the inevitable.  Allow the universe to work on your behalf and find the good in every adaptation.  Don't worry; the ability to evolve is imprinted in our DNA, so let it express and feel the beauty in everything.




Welcome to my Journey!

I would like to thank you for taking your time to follow and learn about me. The interesting thing is that I am also learning about me. Everyday I wake and wonder, "what lesson is in store today?"  I don't believe in qualifying my lessons. What I encounter is something I needed to either learn or relearn. Our lives are made of tiny steps down a long road. I am choosing to enjoy my path and catch a few snowflakes on my tongue along the way.  I want to hear from you. How do you care and show love to yourself? How do you live brilliantly? 

"and all that glitters is gold. Only shooting stars break the mold." -Smash Mouth  

A 10 year old reminded me of this today. Break your mold!