What Is Your Story?

imagesCAZ3R9I3What Is Your Story?

Did you ever stop to ask yourself that question?  Pretend you are writing a novel and you are the central character.  As you develop this character in your novel, you have to sit and think about who this character is.

Is your hero or heroine on a quest to understand life?  Or, maybe, escaping from life and experiencing the challenges of that path?  Maybe your life is all about fun – no matter the consequences.  Are you alone in your story?  If you have friends, are they genuine or do you each hold your real selves inside – no real intimacy?

What kind of adventures do you seek?  How will you learn? Who do you blame?  How honest are you with yourself?

Who are you?  What do you believe?  What are your passions?  Who do you love?  How do you spend your time? What chances do you take?  How important is it to be safe?  To be accepted?

What walls have you built around yourself?  Do you realize that beyond those walls lies infinite potential? Are you happy?  At peace?

Do you only let certain aspects of your reality into your conscious mind?  Is your character’s life programmed – like characters in the movie, The Matrix?  Or, are you free?

It’s your story – and you are choosing how it will unfold with every thought, word and action just as surely as if you were writing a novel.  Pure magic!

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2 Responses to What Is Your Story?

  1. mountainpat says:

    What is love you ask. I go to astrology. Venus is the goddess of love. This kind of personal love is a verb. You love the other or the other loves you. An action word. The second kind of love is associated with the planet Neptune. It is more like divine love, you are love – a noun. A state of being. As to helping another, it seems to me the best we can do is hold a space of acceptance for them. If they are upset, accept they are upset. You say you are intuitive, which means you have the ability to feel what another person is feeling – a great gift. What can be difficult is to hold yourself and not become the other. Again, honor and accept them, their emotion – without attempting to do anything about it. In truth you can’t do anything about it anyway. Each of us holds the keys to that kingdom for ourselves.

    Or, at least that’s my take on your questions. May only be true for me.

    Thanks so much for your comments and for reading my blog.

  2. mountainpat says:

    I do answer those questions all the time – and lots of others. You see, Michael, I’m on a journey. I no longer seek a destination. I’m happy for you that you seem to have found your way. Thanks for your comment.

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