Photo by Nichole Gutzeit
A flower never worries if it’s good enough. It doesn’t compare itself to other flowers and come up short. Its self-worth is not determined by what people think of it, and its ability to bloom depends entirely on its willingness to grow and blossom.
“I exist as I am, that is enough.” ~ Walt Whitman
The realization that you have nothing to prove and no one you have to please comes from believing that you are already enough. You experience this natural state of wholeness when your body, mind, heart and spirit are aligned with love.
Your body is intelligent enough to know what it needs to heal itself, when to move, how to breathe, what to eat; and it will automatically beat your heart and pump your blood for you to live. Trust that your body has enough innate intelligence to keep you healthy.
Your mind is smart enough to know that it makes a better servant than a master. As a master it can make your life...
As the master gardener of your life you’re continually planting seeds. When you do this with intention those seeds will receive the nourishment and light they need to grow, bloom, and flourish in the physical world.
“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” ~ Anais Nin
The lotus flower symbolizes rebirth because it rises out of the mud and blooms as an amazing flower. It represents spiritual development as it has to overcome the mundane world (mud) to reach higher states of pure consciousness (lotus). Use this image as a reminder to rise up and reach your full potential.
To plant a seed of intention you can focus on your chakras (energy centers) to symbolize each phase of growth. Your first three chakras are related to the physical world and the fourth, at your heart center, is the bridge between the physical and spiritual dimensions.
Focus your attention on your root chakra...
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