Expeditions In Faith: Being Conscious In Creation

Every moment of everyday you are creating something. Often we weigh ourselves down in what we aren’t: not good enough, unclear, not loved, etc.

What if you viewed the world (just a little more) as if you are an artist and you’re painting your way through your day and your life? Would it allow you to see how truly beautiful ever moment is (even the painful ones)? I don’t know the answer to that. I just know that a peace comes over me, and even when I’m in pain, that peace is still there comforting me and supporting me. Let’s spend some time discovering what your Soul says about creations.

I suggest you connect with your Soul Language Team by “seeing” them sitting across from you and ask the following questions. I suggest you think about something that you want to create (more abundance, more love, more support) or something that you already have created (a project, a service, a relationship) and ask the following questions.

“If this creation doesn’t happen or doesn’t happen the way I want it to, what will that mean to my value?”

“What do I get to accept about myself to be without so much attachment to my creations and trust more?”

Now, what state of consciousness do you want to activate while creating and reviewing your creations? (some states are: hope, love, trust, neutrality)

Action Steps: I would love to hear your answers and you can share them in the community or on the Facebook page, Know Soul’s Language.

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