“You can look at a picture for a week and never think of it again. You can also look at a picture for a second and think of it all your life.” ~ Joan Miró
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What do I want?
That is a question that lately I have been asked so many times… What do I want? And it really makes me stop and think.
There are so many things that I want…
I want world peace.
I want the violence to end.
I want the world to be on a more harmonious energy of love.
I want gun violence to be stopped.
I want the old kind of social where you’re meeting and connecting with people.
I want community.
I want to authentically connect with that special someone.
I want to have deep philosophical conversations.
I want to learn.
I want to have more fun.
I want dynamic adventures.
A very good friend of mine actually does recordings to help people visualize their lives verbally. They have the recording to listen back to before dozing off to sleep or when they first wake up in the morning. It’s a way to keep you focused on the life you want for yourself. To remember where you are moving and allow the universe to guide you in that direction.
When I passed by this painting on the street the other day, it stopped me dead in my tracks. It is a woman gazing off into the horizon of the world, with wide open space around her.
As I looked at the painting, I saw myself in her position, asking, “What do I want?” Where am I moving in the world? What would I want on my recording?
It’s when you get quiet and introspective, and listen for the answers to come. Then, and only then can the action happen.
Allowing yourself to get out of your head and into your heart. Allowing space and life to bring you the answers you need.
You can’t think it away, you have to welcome it and create it from a calm peaceful place within.
Don’t think. Listen. Relax and allow the doubt and fear to dissipate creating space for the purpose of your being to shine through.
Allow the spirit from within to give you the direction you need…
What do you want?