As I've gained more life experience and have gone deeper into my spiritual practices (which for me my whole life has become a spiritual practice) I've learned to pay greater attention to synchronicity.
To me, synchronicitites are a way for the Universe/Source/GOD to communicate with you and often expose you to the exact information and ideas you need to continue growing on your journey.
The theme of Motion has been popping up for me in a number of different ways. From the song I released called "MOTION." to my tarot card readings to the energy of the environment as spring is beginning to unfold into summer.
All of these signs have been telling me to stay in motion. Things are moving. Continue to show up and do the work I've committed myself to.
Which brings me to the message I wanted to give you today:
Stay in motion.
Life is always changing. You aren't even the same person you were one moment ago. Change is a law of life because impermanence is a law of life. Every thing is moving from one pole of imbalance to another to maintain the relative balance that is THE Law of the Universe.
Day and night. Hot and cold. Wet and dry. Material and immaterial. Yin and yang.
If life is always changing and moving, it may not be the best idea to try to stay still. We can lock ourselves into a certain way of being and doing and thinking and become so comfortable that we don't want to face the discomfort of change even though staying the same can be extremely painful.
Allow yourself to flow with the flow of life.
The best way I've found to do this is to reverse engineer your dream into the simplest, highest-leverage thought and behavior patterns that you can stay consistent with long enough to see results and integrate into your lifestyle so the new ways of being, thinking, and doing become effortless.
Become so comfortable with change that change becomes effortless.
The most important step in this process is the consistency.
Meditating for one hour once a week isn't as powerful as meditating for 5 minutes every single day.
Going to the gym and doing a very challenging workout once a month isn't as powerful as getting 30 minutes of moderate movement in every single day.
Again, the trick is the consistency. And this is often the hardest part.
You have to be willing to keep the commitments you make to yourself.
If you make an agreement to pay a bill by a certain day each month you do what you gotta do to uphold that agreement the best you can, regardless of how you may be feeling or what the circumstances might be when it's time to pay the bill.
When you learn how to make and keep commitments you've made to yourself, you're able to take that skill with you to every other area of your life.
So not only are you getting the benefit of practicing the habits you've developed, you also get the benefit of strengthening the power of your will and discipline to be able to form whatever habits are useful to help you realize your dreams.
And it's this structure that you intentionally create that allows the freedom to live the life you want to live.
Freedom without structure is chaos.
Structure without freedom is rigid.
You have the freedom to create the structure that allows the freedom.
Keep showing up and doing the work. The perfect day is the basis for the perfect life (at least your own version of what "perfect" looks like).