Are you willing to take a quantum leap in your life? What would that look like?
Ask yourself if your dreams are built from an internal desire to create or whether you are looking for outside approval.
What would your life be like if it went the way you want without interference? Realize that your deepest self has a different expression than your personal will often acknowledges.
Life unfolds when your changes are aligned with your essence. Stumbling blocks appear when there are aspects that are not aligned with who you are.
What’s your personal style?
Reflect on your personal style of interacting with the world. Your style impacts your perception, your action and your timing. These elements work together in manifestation.
As the initiator, you are at the forefront. You break new ground. Are your goals connected with your heart’s desire? Are you supported in breaking new ground or do you encounter resistance? Pay attention to other elements that may need to be added. Your picture will continue to evolve. Is your timing aligned with the unfolding picture?
As the director, you focus on building the perfect picture. Do you allow others to participate in your picture? Does control get in the way of flow? Is this the right time to act or is there something else that needs to first come into play? The way in which you work with timing impacts the circumstances you expect.
As the actor, you play the role that is expected. Are you acting out someone else’s role? Or are you ready for one that is aligned with your inner self? If you do nothing and wait, you become subject to the whims of others. The decision gets made without your input.
The Mystery of a Quantum Leap
Life offers you tests along your way. You may be squeezed in your current situation. However, what may feel like being stuck, may instead be an opportunity for new learning and growth. Pay attention. Your inner compass can provide you with the means to determine which direction to take and the timing in which to act.
Step forward to add your voice to the world in a new way.
Life is full of mystery. The mysteries cannot be approached from the intellect. They require reverence and a connection with your deepest self. Then, quantum leaps happen when your inner direction guides your actions.
When you act, the doors open wide.
Take a breath. Release it. Take another. Devote some dedicated time of concentration/meditation. It doesn’t need to be hours of quiet, perhaps only 15 minutes. Then allow the question to simmer within you through the weekend. Let responses bubble up into your awareness. Notice new ways of thinking, of images or ideas that arise spontaneously. Pay attention to your dreams. Let it happen. Be aware. See where it leads you next. Let yourself savor this process of receiving from yourself. Don’t judge whatever comes up, just receive it. Make notes.
You may want to share something from this process. Sharing is an important way to anchor an insight in your body. It leads you to deeper insight. It stimulates action.
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I really like the analogy you use here. It is a great way to witness yourself. Thank you!
Andrea Patten says
“What may feel like being stuck is an opportunity for new learning and growth.” LOVE this. Isn’t it odd that we often cannot see value until much, much later? Thanks for the post.
It is,Andrea! That’s why I’m passionate about the importance of spending time in quiet.
Can So relate to this as I’m about to take a QUANTUM leap in my life. For the last three years I have experienced massive transformation, and now I’m ready to take things up a notch. It’s an amazing feeling when we realize we are truly in control to create the life of our dreams, and we set out to do just that. Feeling very blessed.
Wonderful, Cali! Sounds like you’ve been paying attention and taking action aligned with where you need to go…
Love it! Yes, we are definitely on the same page!
Some wise words here Laurie! A timely post for me.
Thanks! So glad it was timely for you, Pamela!
Great post, lots of wonderful content for reflection. Appreciated the reminder to breathe. Needed that 🙂
Reflection is a key for new discovery, Minette. So is breathing… 🙂
Colin Blundell says
Diving off a high cliff reminded me of a favourite dream – the ability to fly just by activating something special in my arms. Soaring above the crowds, between high buildings, I am free from constraints, making my own decisions from what I might call Essence.
The best is still to come, said Stephen Covey @ 70+…
I am in continual awe of the ways in which the best keeps getting “better”. Thanks Colin!