It’s our journey

If something or someone doesn’t bring us peace, joy, nourish our soul and make us feel good then best to stop engaging with it or them.

We don’t have to be confrontational, we don’t have to make a scene, we do not need to justify our choices to anyone. We can just peacefully walk away. When we feel the need to justify or make a statement or fight something or someone, then it is from our mind and its ego. Being ourselves, and simply stepping away peacefully and without any drama or attachment comes from our true essence and soul.

We never have to justify or seek permission. It’s our journey, be with who you feel to be with and do things that bring you joy now in this moment.

Acting and roles

When the story of ‘little me’, or more often ‘poor little me’, takes over then our life and those of others around will suffer from our mind and its ego. The victim is the drama of the story and all about how something affects us and the fragility of the ego needs to be defended.

When we live as our true essence, from our soul, without the need to act out a role or story, then we can be at peace and others too.

The roles we play are where disappointment, attachment, expectation, burden and suffering live.

Don’t act just be.