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No chains and no doors

Found some time ago, and still love relaxing with it every time I reread it:

“Do realize, that the greatest obstacle to the discovery of peace, harmony, yes – even the great awakening in your life – indeed it is the last obstacle – is the belief that there is an obstacle.
There are no chains. There are no doors.
There is no path. There is no process.
There is nothing you must find. There is nothing you must learn.
There is nothing you must change. There is nothing you must be.
There is nothing you must do. There is nothing you must have.”

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“To define is to confine,

yet, you’re vast and limitless.” ~ Mooji

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I agree to it :)

from Daniel Scranton

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Coming Home

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Just choose

I came to see 9 principles Bashar mentions, the 9 unlimited powers we hold. They are:

1. Perceive
2. Choose
3. Act
4. Experience
5. Reflect
6. Learn
7. Grow
8. Transcend
9. Forget (the outdated, so that we could move forward)

Many things impressed me in this, but especially that immediately after “Perceive” there’s “Choose”: we see something? We immediately discern, if that’s what we prefer, and immediately choose, which vibration we now step into.

No going into “why I deserved this”, no doubting, if we deserve better, no “why I attracted this in the first place”, no arguing with the circumstances – just choosing, which vibration we prefer now, based on perceiving this experience and observing our feelings, and stepping into this vibration, now.

Sounds similar to what AH said, to immediately discern and “give our undivided attention” to the vibration we prefer.

I am choosing it now.

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“Mindfulness is simply being aware of what is happening right now without wishing it were different;

enjoying the pleasant without holding on when it changes; being with the unpleasant without fearing it will always be this way.”
~ James Baraz

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Amazingly opening speech by Brené Brown

So much more than just what the title says, both of my post and of the video.

She speaks so down to Earth, knowing from inside all how it goes, addressing the most vulnerable places, offering solutions that feel good and satisfy and allow to go forward with loving, open heart.

Thank you, the world, for bringing it to me :)


(“Brené Brown: Why Your Critics Aren’t The Ones Who Count”: video)

Love it

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Good point to focus in, upon and beyond :)

“What all of you want is a sense of Well-being.” ~ AH

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What helps me to handle others’ opinion

when I feel I’m ..not becoming happier with it.

The thought that helps me, is:

“I’m tempted to take into my focus as my point of view a perceived by me someone’s opinion.. that doesn’t even feel like my Source would confirm it (because it feels bad), so it’s not even serving for me to think that.”

And then I’m not trying to release the temptation, I can simply observe.

“I’m tempted to”, by the way, is a wonderful tool, recommended by Eloheim & The Councils:


(“Eloheim & Levels of Creating”: video)

And what helps you?

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“The most important thing you need to not be afraid of –

is, you need to not be afraid of looking silly.

You need to not be afraid of not looking
what other people think of as ‘professional’.

You can BE professional, but
you don’t necessarily have to be professional in exactly the way
others might expect you to be,
to be professional.

And you will never really be as professional as you can be
if you don’t center yourself,
to be the person you are.” ~ Bashar

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