Change at any scale, whether it’s in your personal life or a global health crisis that redefines your definition of normal, is always an opportunity to define and redefine who you are and who you are going to become. Whether it’s a job loss, a health scare, a relationship breakup, or a global event like we’re seeing now, that change in your reality impacts you on all levels. The impact is psychological, it’s physiological, it’s emotional, it’s relational, it ripples to touch every facet of your human experience.
To better fly toward your goals and dreams, you must bring yourself to transcend the limits of your ego regularly. Ego by nature is limited in its perspective – it is only ever “ground level” awareness. The personal story, the defenses, the personalized narrative that inevitably arises moment after moment is limited in its scope of understanding of the broader picture of life. Ego by its nature is focused only on the “me, myself, and I” experience, and this narrowed focus automatically and repeatedly excludes awareness of the dream supporting universal and cosmic forces that are always at play in each moment. Every moment is rich and pulsing with cosmic forces that are swirling and flowing to orchestrate the coming to fruition of your dreams and intentions.
At the crux of all sense of lack or incompletion in your reality rests the well-practiced activity of self-fragmentation. Self-fragmentation occurs when consciousness creates boundaries around specific aspects of self so that these aspects are blocked off or disowned. Through interactions with others and your environment, you hide, restrict, or constrict aspects of yourself for one reason or another.
You can simplify the process of intentional living by reminding yourself that there are two ways in which to experience your life. You can either experience a life fueled and driven by force and pressure, or you can experience a life that is mobilized by alignment and flow. Forced action and inspired action both involve taking action, but they have completely different energies. Forced action requires you to move through life by applying a dense current of energy to try and move things into being how you want them to be.
All of the states you experience psychologically and emotionally are anchored and reflected in your physical body. You have a physiology of expansion, and you have a physiology of limitation. Knowing what your specific physiology to the states of limitations you experience is a vital part of self-awareness and self-evolution. When you experience any state, a question to ask yourself is: how am I creating and holding this state in my body, in my muscles, in my posture?
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