May 2021 Newsletter: Attached to the “Idea of Things”


Attached to the “Idea of Things” is the theme of my May 2021 newsletter message; here is some of the body of the message. Sign-up to receive future ones  ? ? ? Shifts and change are inevitable in life. Some of us manage change quite easily. For others of us, they throw us for a loop. Sometimes we are truly attached to what has been lost because it feeds our heart and soul, but at other times we are simply attached to the “idea of it.” Our daily habits, jobs, routines and schedules, family and friends time, as well as our passions, hobbies, and social activities bring us a sense of structure, balance, normalcy, and purpose. And our loved ones, passions, and social activities bring joy into our lives. These all work together to create a foundation that we stand on. And without realizing it, we count on these various parts of our life to give us a sense of security and stability. We also derive our sense of identity from all of this. But is this sense of identity real, or are we holding on to the “idea of things” to feel stable and secure? ? ? ? ?I am now offering my writing services as a Digital Copywriter / Marketer (as well as continuing with my personal development / spiritual / self-help writing Full details of my writing services HERE   Oh, and I have extended my “friends and family” rate until June 24th? ? ? ? Our routines, jobs, relationships, families, and even our passions are outward influences that awaken the sense of safety, stability, balance, love, and joy that is already within us at our core. Our True Sense of Identity Comes from the Spark of The Creator In Us In our purest form, we do not need outside influences to create that sense of safety, stability, balance, love, and joy within us. We can access the inner sense of well-being these bring us from within ourselves – at any time, and free of the drama, worry, and unreliability that often comes with “worldly” things, ideas, and values. Outside influences we often draw our sense of safety, value, and identity from, like our status, what we own, the idea of an intact family, the security of a stable job, being a respected member of society, our political views, etc. are not based on solid, long-lasting foundations. These can easily crumble. And then we feel lost. They may give us some sense of security and/or identity – at least for a while. However, outside influences we look to are fickle, undependable, and ever-changing. What’s liked, appropriate, acceptable, and approved changes like the wind. They cannot give us the lasting sense of security and well-being we can find from within. To connect to our internal sense of security and well-being, we must have a strong connection to our Source Creator. To our True Self. To Spirit. However, none of us – except for the Masters and the holiest ones of the past [...]