“It’s A Wonderful Life”

Life is indeed THE tool to realize who we are, who we can be, or who we can become from who we are. The instruments to explore life are unlimited. There is a tool for everyone in every possible situation and for every possible point they are in their lives. The tools create themselves out of the situation in harmony with what is around us, our state of awareness, and the state we want to reach.

Neale Donald Walsch’s quote reminds me of an inspiring conversation with my friend, Amy, on her post about “What is Truth”. In one reply, I said:

We all see it differently, from our own perspective matching our state of mind, and that is why not everyone understands everything. I even think that understanding is not the right word. Understanding works for the mind, but this is far beyond anything the mind can understand. So, it is a knowing. Sometimes we don’t have an explanation for things that feel so true, so right. But that is only, because the mind steps in and claims to understand.

Nobody experiences the same situation the same way. That’s why some are hit harder by particular happenings than others, while some don’t even notice. It all has to do with how we think and, thereby, feel. Life is already a miracle when we look at the physical aspect. It is simply amazing how something, such as complex like a life form, grows from a tiny seed you may not even see with your bare eyes. But even more, I am amazed by how the physical and spiritual parts work together and how a health issue affects the mental condition (in many ways) and vice versa. Everything is connected.

While writing this, I am getting goosebumps because I realize that there is so much that I don’t understand yet but feel – clearly feel. I cannot explain everything, but it is a feeling of truth that is rooted somewhere deep inside of me. And I know that you experience this too.

I love observing and more and more getting a bit of this great whole that surrounds and guides us while we still think we are in control. We believe, we are the masters while overlooking the fact that we are subject to the law of opposites, out of which we evolve and hopefully one day learn sustainably. We are such tiny parts of the big story while, at the same time, important ones. If one of us did not exist, the whole story would change. That’s the message I love about the old movie with James Stewart “It’s a wonderful life.”

“Strange, isn’t it? Each man’s life touches so many other lives.
And when he isn’t around he leaves an awful hole, doesn’t he?” 
— Clarence

Everyone is important in writing their story and influencing the story of others. We support each other with tools to evolve and expand – sometimes by challenging each other and sometimes by reaching out to each other. However, this support always has its origin in love. The whole process is based on love. Love ensures that we find our way home and recognize the love that we are. We are not left alone on our path, even though it often feels the same. But it is in our loneliest hours that the deepest realizations arise. This perfectly organized universe ensures that this incarnation and our desire to evolve have not been in vain.

Let’s celebrate our uniqueness.
Let’s thank each other for accompanying us as a tool of the universe.
Let’s believe in our inner wisdom without having an explanation at hand.
Let’s know that what the world looks like today is only a process of understanding.

It truly is a wonder-full life.

In Love and Light

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The purpose of my blog is to inspire and shine a light on the beauty and power of the wonderful being inside your body. You came into this world to share what only you can give. Remember who you really are, conquer the world the way you always wanted to, and become the blessing to us all that you were meant to be.

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