The single most important spiritual lesson I learned was that of mindfulness, of others opinions, rights, and the knowing that they are exactly where their life has brought them.
Through mindfulness of others, I was able to practice compassion and forgiveness for my own judgment and the actions of others. I do not believe in evil, but understand that unnecessary violence may occur when we become totally disconnected from basic human values and/or God. I know each of us make decisions that shape the life we are living. Through the practice of mindfulness, I am able to make new conscious choices and a new life begins to unfold for me. I am no longer stuck in a role that no longer fits who I am — I am able to recreate myself based on a new alignment with spirit. When I become truly aware of who I am, I can choose to continue
or to choose a new path.
Often we become stuck in our story with no way out, when the fact is that if we become aware it is only a story, we have the power to change it. It is through mindfulness of who I am in the moment that I am able to let go and metamorphose into what I want to become.
Let go, let God, and step into your greatness.