~You will always be pushed to what you think is your limit… but as you survive your worst day you gain inner strength that will push you through your next limit with grace and ease.~
We when are going through hard times it can seem like you are buried alive and that there is no way out. Fear can become a constant cloud that will magnify everything into being worse than what it really is…but somehow and some way right when you are at the breaking point a change always surfaces.
It is always after a change takes place that we feel we must have endured our biggest challenge due to the magnitude of what we endured but another one always seems to come. Your hardships in life have been your stepping-stones that have led you up into this moment, and you survived your walk through all of them.
Don’t forget what you became, from what you went through… Because if you look back in a positive reflection of what was; it should show you that what is, will all be OK.
Your next challenge may not be what you have to endure… it might just be a test of your faith, to see if you will endure it with grace.
It takes no effort to follow the voice of your ego; it is the voice that claims to have the remedy to free you from boredom, regret, sadness, anger and loneliness and fulfill you with all yourself absorbed desires. The ego tunes out the voice of your heart and it tricks you into believing that you are actually hearing it because of how good you are feeling.
Your ride of temporary happiness will eventually subside and place you back into the same lower state of mind that you were in before you jumped on the train of your ego. Riding that train is just a temporary detour from having to face the reality of yourself and what you are avoiding.
Listening to the voice of your heart is NOT the “easy road”; and it takes a conscious effort to stay connected and an even stronger effort to follow the guidance that is voiced. Your Heart is the vessel that connects you to a higher source, which provides whispers of guidance for this journey of lessons.
The purpose for enduring this journey is one that none of us can truly know for sure, but… we all are wired with the same vessel which provides the universal message to view yourself and others with love, respect and forgiveness and then apply that view to your difficult situations to help on your continued walk, verses following your ego and continually falling.