Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #221

I’m grateful to be on this journey of life. Many years ago, someone told me that wisdom comes in our 40’s. I’m officially midway through my 40’s and I’m amazed in how much I’ve learned and am able to share with others. Being a multiple trauma survivor, I’ve been through all kinds of different forms of healing, recovery, painful awakenings, and so much personal and spiritual growth. I’m grateful for all the wisdom I’ve gained no matter how painful the journey through it has been. I’m here living the life I am because I never gave up on living it as a better me. I didn’t make myself better through anything I accumulated outside of myself, just like a caterpillar moving into the chrysalis, everything needed to live as a butterfly is within. Sometimes it takes becoming the mush in the chrysalis in order to re-build, but our power to create our best lives is always within us. It’s in where we CHOOSE to put our energy moment to moment.

That’s my perspective, and this is one of the reasons I love this incredible journey of life. I can choose to believe in perspectives that align me with the energy of love, abundance, and peace or fear, lack, and separation. If I find a perspective no longer serves me being the best version of myself, I can take a journey of discovery to find a perspective that fits me NOW. I continue to learn, grow, change, shift, and transform. That is my journey, and I love it.

Today, I commit to enjoying the journey. The journey is a one moment at a time adventure. When I get ahead of myself, I can quickly move into the feeling overwhelm which is submerged in the energy fear, lack, and separation. If I want to truly enjoy the journey, I have to stay in it, one step at a time. Enjoying the journey is what it means to live in the energy of love, abundance, and peace for as much time as I choose. Today, my focus is on staying here in this moment.

Life is a series of moments. It’s our job to figure out what we want to do with them. Whether we hold on, let them go, embrace them, release them, learn from them, be prisoner of them, and on and on. What we do with the moments is our choice. Today, I’m choosing to enjoy them.

With Love, Abundance, and Peace,

©Rachael Wolff 2021

Author of Letters from a Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World (click title to learn more on getting your copy in audiobook, audio CD, ebook, or paperback from most major online book retailers)

6 responses to “Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #221”

  1. Hey Rachael, I would like to ask for some advice.
    Hiw can we respond from a loving place when some authority is using their power wrong way to force us to do something.
    In that case, it is very difficult for me to stay calm or response with kindness. I usually get triggered.
    Do you have any advice on that?
    Would love to see your perspective on this.

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    • For me, it’s understanding I have no control over what someone else does, no matter who the person is. The only chance I ever have of acting from a loving place is doing the inner work. In extreme cases, when you are talking narcissists, sociopaths, and/ or toxic leaders, it’s questioning my perspectives that are making me feel their chaos, which gives them more power because it means I’m exuding the energy of fear, lack, and separation. Sometimes, I will write down all the ways my thinking is contributing to that energy, then write down what I think a perspective of love, abundance, and peace would look like. Doing that helps me to see where my choices are in the situation. I also do my best to see the learning opportunity from dark times. You can send me a private message on From A Loving Place Facebook page if you want to help coming up with specific perspectives you are having trouble finding the switch for. I’d be happy to help. 💜 My belief that everything is happening exactly the way it’s supposed to helps me with trying to figure out what I can learn from it, because the reality is that whatever is happening is what is happening. If I don’t learn from it, I’m the one who pays the price for the fear, lack, and separation living inside of me. Having had paid the price to the point of trying to kill myself before, I know it’s a death sentence for me. It makes it worth it to me to find my way out. I hope that helps.

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      • First of all thank you for explaining.
        I try to find learning opportunities in the situations, but sometimes it becomes difficult.
        Writing down all the ways is a good idea. Would definitely try that.
        I would be happy to reach out to your page💜
        Thank you for your answer.

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      • Yes, it can be a struggle for me at times too. Especially when the empath part of me is tapping to other people’s energies too. Separating what is mine from others helps me to keep my feelings to a more manageable level. A list of the consequences of holding onto the energy might help you too, because when nothing else seems to work, I really have to tap into the price I will pay, and that is different for all of us based on our own personal experiences.


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