Living in your own truth, is not an easy thing to do. Maybe that’s why so many people in our world today are so interested in everybody else’s truth. In fact, many people are interested in everybody else’s business. We’ve got magazines that blare the stories of not only celebrities but anyone who has any type of visibility in our world. We have TV shows that are going into the lives of all kinds of people who have dysfunctions and parading them in front of the world as if it was news.
I’d love to share with you some thoughts on observation. The purpose of making your life your practice is to live your spirituality, to bring your spiritual values into your daily way
of being. Knowing which values you’ll keep close to you as you move through the day is hugely important. Being able to honestly assess where you are with those values, being able
to know whether or not you’re truly living them or just giving them lip service is key. In order to be vigilant, to continue to live in your states of kindness, patience, your energy your inheritance of love, you’ll need to enlist the tool of observation.
Walking your talk. Three words that are possibly the most important words you can live by as you walk the spiritual path. When I discuss walking your talk I am really referring to the ability you have to stay in the values, the spiritual values that you hold dear 24/7.
When you are able to respond from the energy of your natural inheritance of love, when you are able to respond with tolerance, compassion, patience, when you are in your awareness, when you make choices, then you are walking your talk.