Tag Archive: reality

Fulfilled – A Poem

I see you.


I see you before me.


You’re not real.


I sense you.


I sense you around me.


You’re still not real.


I feel you.


I feel you beside me.


I can’t believe you’re not real.


I embrace you.


I embrace you against me.


Can it be real?


I want you.


I want you inside me.


What is real?


I have you.


I have you within me.


It feels so real.


And I fall asleep fulfilled…




The Choice of Awareness

Our lives are constantly in motion. This energy creates the constant changes that make up our existence. Every day, I hear questions thrown out at random like “Why is this happening to me,” and “What did I do to deserve this?” As much as some people may not want to take responsibility for their actions, the answer to both questions is “Because of the choices you’ve made.” While the questions are thrown out at random, the constant energy creating the results we deal with is not random. It is not haphazard or cast down upon you. You have created it, and it is a product of your creation.

Every choice made in every given moment creates the reality around you.

Our lives are constantly in motion. In the duration of a split nanosecond, our lives can change immensely. The energy of constant change moves more rapidly than we can consciously understand. Most of the choices we make on a daily basis are done so in a state of reaction, instantaneous and without much thought. Each of these quick, small responses carries the capability of suddenly impacting the world around us. Sometimes these transitions are invisible to the untrained eye. Sometimes, these transitions impact not only you, but all within your sphere of influence. Either way, at your core, at your soul, and with awareness, you can feel your vibration transforming. Now is the time to take control over this possibility. Now is the time to recognize the power of the vibrational shift and play a deliberate role in directing the energetic motion of our daily lives.

Every choice, every action, every formulation, or lack thereof, of intention will shift your vibrational existence.

Our lives are constantly in motion. Every moment in time is filled with infinite opportunities to manifest your will, whether you are consciously aware of it or not. Every moment comes with the choice of awareness. Choosing to not be aware of this key element is choosing to feel lost, out of control, helpless, or maybe even falsely that you are guided by a higher being. Your awareness of the consequences of your thoughts and actions provide you with the power to define your liberation. The choices you make represent your own personal power. How often you choose to be aware of your personal power will determine the amount of instances you find yourself asking, “Why is this happening to me?”

Life – An Illusion

Do you ever think that your life feels like you’re just acting in a play? Like the character you are playing and creating is not necessarily you, and you are just waiting for the play to end so that you can “really” live your life? But then, you realize that you’re so wrapped up in the play, the details, the script, the set, that you begin to lose your sense of self, of your true self?

The world as we perceive it is actually just an illusion. We are so wrapped up in playing our part that we fail to recognize that the struggles and conflicts which arise are not even real. We do not understand that the suffering we encounter is typically a voluntary act chosen to perpetuate the illusion of the play we are acting in, or improvising in. Why would one do this? Why would someone choose to create more suffering? I once had a close relative explain to me that if she didn’t have the drama in her life, she would be too bored. She would feel like her world has no meaning, and that she would go crazy. At the time, this made little sense to me. How can this be? I wondered about it, stewed about it, and even became a little angry because of it. Now, I have come to realize that her being conscious of this state of being was actually more of an enlightenment than most people had.

What role are you playing? What suffering are you choosing to continue so that you may fulfill the need for false personality? If you stopped playing the part, would you feel that your life has little to no meaning? Does the conflict you create provide you with a false sense of belonging? If so, why do you need it?

The answers to all of these questions are subjective. They will be based on the “reality” you have created and how aware of the role you are playing. Some suffering is beneficial. It creates a reflection of yourself so that you may evaluate your role and determine what part you would like to play next. This can lead to great changes in your demeanor, your actions, your choices, and motivations. Regardless of the seeming impact they make in the world around you, you must recognize that this reflection is not a mirror of your Self. It is a mirror of the false personality you have created for your character part. Re-evaluate it. Study it. Reflect on it. Then, release it. Those that do not will continue to rant about their unfair life and how nothing ever goes their way. Those that do will be lighter in this world. The stress will relieve, the anxiety will relieve, and the true Self will have the opportunity to sneak in a couple of lines in the play.