Change your energy and your life will change. It’s a simple truth
The easiest way to measure your beliefs in the power of this truth is to notice if you are feeling disconnected or drained rather than energized or impassioned about your life.
The flow of life cannot reach you if you are blocked with layers and layers of protection.Or if your attitude is of a fixed position. Or if you are unwilling to start waking up so new energy can flow through you.
As long as you believe you are the producer of your own energy, you will often be tired and weary and feel there is never enough. You do, of course, play a significant role in creating and maintaining your own energy by getting proper rest and nutrition. However, you are not the producer of your own vibrant energy any more than you had to think about breathing today before you took your first breath.
Don’t compartmentalize your energy and feel that work takes a certain amount of energy or being with children can give or take your energy or now that you’re home you have less energy. We are not given energy rations each week and given dominion over how they are used.
Sacred Warriors are so in tune with being impassioned with their purpose that energy continues to flow freely and unconditionally without judgment or any sense of rationing or never enough-ness.
Sacred Warriors can therefore expend their energy selflessly and unconditionally. And give it away continuously, and give it away
at every turn to whomever or whatever needs their energy at any given moment in time.
As a Sacred Warrior, you know you are an energized spirit of the Divine immersed in endless life. The more you affirm and value life, the more life affirms and values you. Allow this never ending life energy to express through you to every situation, and person you encounter today. Always share your highest and most energetic self in every encounter and circumstance without reservation.
This article is an excerpt from my new book: Being A Difference Maker: A Guide For Living Life Out Loud. Loving Life,
Being a Difference Maker: A Guide for Living Life Out Loud