On “More”

This is my invocation for new beginnings.

For the first step on a journey, for the first leap of faith, for the urge to share, to contribute, to have meaning.

Sometimes, the hardest part is to start. Or is it all the time?

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.”

It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.

In the darkness of geo-political events stirring the world around us, of climate change and new challenges facing humanity in a growingly complex world, it is easy to feel powerless and helpless.

But in the light of growing collective awareness and desire for change, of emerging communities and holistic eco-systems being built all across the Earth, and many more hubs of hope popping up, there is faith.

What we pay attention to, and how we pay attention to it, makes all the difference. As we are the writers of our own story, the lonely poets of our individual existence, the creators of our own reality, we have to feel empowered to grab our authenticity and stand for what we believe in, for what we want to pay attention to.

This is an invocation for empowerment.

If tens of thousands of people marching in the streets don’t change things anymore, we have to opt for evolutionary change, not revolutionary change.

We all have to find what is the one thing we can contribute to the collective, that no one else can. What is it that we are the best at – a realisation not coming from competition, but rather from love and the yearning to be part of something larger than ourselves.

Our lives are short, our impact small, our legacy brief. We have to hold life with both hands, with full minds, with intention. We have to consciously pattern the set and setting of our lives. What is the stage on which your life will be acted out? What story will be told?

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.”

It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.

Our light, our true selves, are our best selves.

It takes courage to embrace who you are, and to feel empowered to contribute.
Who am I to have a say? Who am I to think I can help? Who am I to call for empowerment, to call for more?

This is an invocation for more.

For more awareness and compassion. For more consciousness of and awakening from our human culture narrative. For more empowerment to embrace who we truly are and invest in ourselves and others.

This is the first step on a journey, the first leap of faith, the channeled urge to share, to contribute, to have meaning.

Welcome to Soul Bites.

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