Muchness

Living each day much muchier

Literally made of stars

The nitrogen in our DNA, the calcium in our teeth, the iron in our blood, the carbon in our apple pies were made in the interiors of collapsing stars.
Carl Sagan

A man said to the universe:
“Sir, I exist!”
“However,” replied the universe, the fact has not created in me
a sense of obligation.”
Stephen Crane

Nothing happens until something moves.”
Albert Einstein

stars at loch lomond

There’s a reason for everything. God has a plan.  It will work out.  You deserve it.

Everybody gets a happy ending.

These are words of comfort we tell and believe for each other. Deep down, we believe them for ourselves too.  That’s why it hurts when our inner dialogue turns nasty and says things like:

It never happens for me. I’m on my own. I am not enough. What’s wrong with me?

We believe the former but we’re afraid of the latter. In truth, neither perspective is helpful.

The universe isn’t obliged to create a happy ending for you but nor is it singling you out for failure.

Regardless of whether you believe there’s a greater consciousness on your side, what’s important is that YOU are on your side.

Your inner dialogue and deeply held beliefs become the truth. We teach people how to treat us.

We deserve our dreams but we often get our fears and it’s you, not the universe that needs to move for something to change.

A lot of people make a lot of money telling you what’s wrong and how to fix it. What no-one admits is that it’s hard to know what to do. I mean, we’ve been trying our whole bloody lives and we’re still not fixed, right?

There has to be a simpler way.  I’ll tell you what helps me.

Whenever I don’t know how to act or what to do about something, I strip it all back to two core beliefs.  These are my filters and my internal reset buttons.

They remind me who I am.

I say to myself… your body was forged in the heart of ancient stars, your spirit from the fabric of God.

So shine and be love.

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