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Thursday, April 19, 2012

Mirror, Mirror ~ The Beacon for April 19, 2012

Mirror Mirror on the wall.
All my troubles seem outside.
But when I look at you to see.
You reflect me to see inside.

How much energy do we expend trying to change our outsides?  And in comparison how much energy do we invest nourishing our insides?  As with many things in life there is a giant paradox playing out before our eyes.  The illusion is that we think it is our outsides that need to change.  So we focus on running around trying to change this and change that.  Encouraging our loved ones to change, working real hard to try and build our business, fighting with policy makers trying to make change.  When changing our outsides is our focus things can look monstrous and never ending.  And how far do we get?
There is another way.  A way that has been spoken about for eons.  One taught to us in sacred texts and wise teachers.  One that is counter-intuitive and takes a discerning mind to see.  For the ego loves to see all our troubles on the outside, for that is plain to see.  But seeing our own role in things, how we truly are at source for all we see, now that is something extraordinary.  It is the road less traveled.  This road begins with acceptance.  It takes a willingness to be humble, curious,  and responsible.  It requires that we feel our feelings and allowing things to be just as they are.   And as we feel, accept, and see the truth, magic begins to happen.  Grace moves in, healing occurs, and transformation unfolds.   As we begin to change so does our outsides, but not through effort and force, but through the universal law of "Mirror Mirror". 
5 Simple Steps to Go Within.
1) Sit
2) Breath
3) Feel
4) Accept
5) Expand into (and through)

Dr. Norm and The Lifehouse Team 

"Fear is a question: What are you afraid of, and why? Just as the seed of health is in illness, because illness contains information, our fears are a treasure house of self-knowledge if we explore them."--Marilyn Ferguson

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