When life challenges you to your core…dig deep.
Sometimes when I look inside myself, it often feels very cluttered and distorted by all the negative chatter going on inside my mind.
Yet, I can sense that there is something below that, within me, if only I am willing to fight to get there.
When I take the time to STOP and allow the clutter to settle down in my mind, What I find is that underneath my fear is a vastness of light that carries the truth about who I really am
Who I really am is love wrapped in a human form.
This is the inner world that I desire to live with. I know that it exists inside me just below my fear.
I just have to be willing to DIG DEEP enough to find it.
Our inner world is as expansive as the Universe and the only thing we need to get in touch with it quickly is a deep soulful breath.
This inner world is intelligent.
It is the world that connects us to everyone else.
It connects us to our desires, dreams, and opportunities for higher learning.
But most importantly it connects us to our Source of love and grace.
Negativity is not intelligent.
Nothing productive comes from the energy of force or negativity.
So many of us get caught in this because it seems to be a natural part of being human.
But what if I told you that there was a way to avoid this?
That there was something you could do that can dissipate it?
If we can connect and dig below the negativity we will find love.
Negativity comes from fear.
Once fear hits the mind, the mind becomes embellished, distorted and negative.
It starts making decisions which create separation and division.
This is no way to love or be loved.
Dig deeper and deeper and the light of who you really are is there just waiting to be discovered, uncovered and used to guide you through all your life situations.
All it takes is the work, commitment and perseverance to believe in your own divinity.
It is not outside of you, it is within you.
Some of the best lessons I’ve learned in life have happened while I was running.
I don’t really like to run, but as I said the other day, I had to learn to do it anyway if I wanted to get my health back on track.
So if there is one thing I can share with the others,that I learned while running it is “Dig Deep.”
has carried over into other areas of my life when I felt like the world was handing me way too much.
You don’t have to be a runner to know how to Dig Deep.
It’s an inner drive to keep putting one foot in front of the other.
You don’t have to be a
runner though to recognize
and understand how Dig
Deep shows up in your life.
See, Dig Deep really has
more to do with inner the
strength and confidence
that you don’t even know
you own until you need it.
It doesn’t come from a friend or family member.
It comes from within you.
It often appears as if it were stored up in your belly area and is released in the nick of time.