Pointing the finger

We are conditioned to blame others and to judge.

If we want change, we must realise that everything is our responsibility, as change is an inside job.

It is not about others and waiting for them, it is about being first and about being brave enough to get off the bus and be different. It is about being vulnerable enough to be the light, not the drama and fear. We have to be brave enough to not fit in and not worry about others.

When we spread our light instead of pointing the finger at others we create an example for others to perhaps be inspired by. Rather than energise and feed the collective darkness.

We can be nobody

To be truly free we need to step off the path, let go of fitting in, to not feel we have to follow the crowd, to not have to agree with someone, to not have to be polite, to not worry that we might offend someone.

We have to be ourselves, not the ego-driven self-image that the mind creates, I mean our true essence from our soul.

We have to break the chains of conformity and be brave enough to be vulnerable and show the world the true light from within us

We’ll spend a lifetime being polite, agreeing, fitting in and doing what others want and yet suffer from not being able to be ourselves.

Freedom is to just be. We don’t have to become anything, we can be nobody and be content that we no longer have to be constrained by mind created roles we feel we have to play to be liked and fit in.