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The Word “Respons-ability”


Response-ability

I am beginning to meditate on the word responsibility … and I think it’s a trap; sometimes a dead weight, not a virtue.

It takes away the opportunity to do things energetically lighter (higher vibration) and enslaves us to a chain. We inherited this form of thinking from previous generations that believed that “you must work hard to progress in life”.

The universe is not interested in how much we can bear but in how much we can expand.

The question is to be in a frequency where you can enjoy what you do.

We believe that the more we strive, the more value we have when in reality, the path of happiness is to receive from the doors that open spontaneously, not from those we have opened with sweat and tears. And these doors exist only when we are fully present in the moment – that’s why they are gifts.

We are now moving into the time of the power of the mind – not efforting, struggling or striving. If we can visualize it, feel it, then we can attract it.

Working hard at making things happen instead of being in the receiving end of the law of attraction seems somehow counterproductive.

We get used to suffering and it seems normal. The point that I am investigating is, is it normal? And we accept it? Or can we break this scheme simply by raising our eyes to another possibility in which the universe is more benign?

Growing up with dignity means learning these lessons, getting lighter along the way, suffering less and accepting more, etc. As my sister says, “you have to lighten up, and the rest is drama” 😁

I think we are looking at life with small eyes. 😌




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