It will soon be over

Soon it will be over…the drama, the fear, the division, we’ll be free again, safe and no more to worry about and then what? This is what every human says throughout all ages and events as if there will be no more drama.

It will be replaced by something else. That’s how the story goes, the mind and its ego. There will always be the next drama if we choose it.

There is a different choice though, we can live free of fear, drama, and all that goes with it. We can choose to be more present, live more now, in this moment, and away from our thoughts. We can choose to be conscious, aware and at peace. We can choose not to label something ‘bad’ or make endless judgements about situations and people.

It is the mind that thrives on fear and drama, if there isn’t any, it will create it, similar to the collective mind. The collective mind is the sum of all the individual minds attached to it and one feeds the other in a constant cycle. The only way to break free is to disconnect from it, that’s the collective mind and our own.

We hold out so much hope for an end to something, believing it will bring us joy and happiness, however, if you are not joyful and happy now, then you will not be when something you perceive as bad ends.

It is all within us, it is all a choice. It seems hard and difficult, but that is the mind sabotaging us, all we need to focus on is just now, this moment, and not to over-complicate it with thoughts of sustaining it or whether or not you are doing it right.

Now, simplicity, peace.

Everything or not much

For all of us, our life can change in an instant moment if we choose it to be.

Throughout our journey events happen and it changes everything or not much. The ‘everything’ is the mind’s perspective and ‘not much’ is the soul’s acceptance of what is.

It is how we react to these events that matter most.

If we see events as simply an occurrence, a situation in this present moment that has unfolded, then within we accept that. Then we do not become a reaction, we do not make it part of the story, we do not attach to it and we do not judge it good or bad. We can just be and then make a peaceful choice as to the action, or no action, that we can take.

Living without constant evaluation is challenging, as the mind always has to label and to relate every occurrence to how it affects the story of ‘little me’. We then suffer for every life event, in some cases, we become the drama and the mind searches and creates more and more. Drama becomes our very existence.

However, the more we accept, the more peaceful our life is and events are drama-free and not much.