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Are you Growing or Dying?

April 21, 2012

The basic Universal law is “either create or disintegrate”… simply put, we’re either growing or dying.

Although the acorn holds the blueprint to become the big and mighty Oak Tree, if not nurtured under the right conditions, it will merely disintegrate. Just as the acorn can only grow to the degree that it has nourishment, so can you tap into your unlimited potential, only to the extent that you nurture and believe in that potential.

We all have a particular internal blueprint… our unique purpose based on our gifts, talents and the fundamental essence of who we are.

Often we’re so busy searching for our purpose on the outside, that we fail to see that in fact everything we need to know about who we are and why we are here is within us right now.

Your inner purpose is to awaken to your true authentic self. It is the certainty, awareness and presence beyond your thoughts. Your outer purpose may change over time, but we all share the same inner purpose of detaching our egoic selves from our spiritual selves, shedding the layers and discovering who we truly are beyond who we may think ourselves to be.

It’s in remaining true to your inner purpose of awakening, that your outer purpose becomes clearer.  The acorn may not know exactly what she is to become, but by simply surrendering to her innate wisdom, trusting that there is a divine plan and doing her best, her vibration will attract everything that is in harmony with her… providing her with all she needs to grow and expand to her fullest potential.

In adverse conditions the little oak shrub has to keep doing her best, growing regardless – giving up is not an option. She continues to trust and grow and allows neither time nor space to determine when she herself will bear her own acorns, thus allowing her the opportunity of fulfilling her outer purpose.

Not only is there an oak tree inside every acorn, but an entire forest! Just as the acorn produces more acorns simply by being the oak tree it was meant to be, so we spread our own seeds through our presence and actions. This gives us the potential to inspire an entire forest into being.

The possibilities are truly limitless when you tap into your authenticity, add a dash of action and share your fruits with the world around you!

Are you nourishing yourself with affirming thoughts and beliefs? Or are you letting fear and doubt hold you back from your full potential?

Are you stuck waiting for the conditions to be right before you emerge from your shell?

Is what you are attracting into your life reflective of who you truly are and what you really want? Or are you letting your fears and limiting beliefs do all the attracting?

As with the acorn, we are all doing the best we can under our particular circumstances and with the resources we have. The question is are you growing and creating new possibilities, or are you stagnating and therefore disintegrating?

Give yourself the best chance of being the best version of yourself in each possible moment… and your life will change simply by changing how you show up in it!

 Find out about more about The Breakthrough Process


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