Our own journeys

The transition from habitually being stuck in our mind and thoughts, to being awake and conscious, is like any transition, it takes patience and being kind to ourselves.

It also takes being patient with others too.

If we think enlightenment and becoming awake makes us better, then we are still stuck in our minds and possessed by our egos.

Everyone is on their own journey and it is not our purpose to affect that journey or to judge it.

When we encounter others who are not awake, it is not our position to judge, criticise or try to alter that. Equally, if we enter other people’s drama and story, we only energise it.

All we can do is continue our own journey and try to be an example for others, try to bring our light. Stay away from our mind, be aware of our reactions to others and allow it to be and do not become it. Simply stay focused on the moment ourselves and not concern ourselves with others.

We are all equal, worthy and amazing human souls whatever our state of consciousness. Let others be.

3 thoughts on “Our own journeys

  1. You used some wonderful words here Philip. Since I know that words have meaning, reading your blog post today meant a lot. Great reminder too. I don’t mind checking myself every now and then, because I definitely want to enjoy my journey, and ‘allow’ others to enjoy theirs.

    I’m certain through the years, I’ve been the light, and have been in somebody’s else’s light. Thanks for continuing to share your bright ideas. Much appreciated!

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