It really is like this: Our beliefs are our reality

Mind and soul


I have had a lot of physical pain lately, stuck in the body, unable to see beyond. My mind wandering like a hunter in chase for reasons, explanations, root causes. Why? Why?

I noticed how much the “why?” surrounds me. My whole world likes explanation, rationalization, root cause analysis. As if we actually feel better after we have explained “why?”. Is it so?

I don’t think so actually. I believed everything happened for a reason meant I needed to find the reason and all would be well.

What I realize now it actually means is that everything is related, let go of reasons, let go of answers. There are no questions. Just be.

I am curious to see what happens around me as I shift. Will the people around me change? Will they leave my life because they want to hold to their “why?” story?

Let’s see…

2 thoughts on “It really is like this: Our beliefs are our reality

  1. πŸ™‚ I have had a similar realization recently. Was really upset about not being able to grasp ‘the why’ of some physical discomfort until a wise person told me that ‘hey, some things are karmic and cannot be avoided’ (but can be made less by keeping up a good work). And suggested that I focus my energy on getting better instead. I was better much quicker and never looked back on ‘the why’πŸ™‚ xox

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