Opening up your heart wider to open up opportunities ♡
Sometimes opportunities are seconds away and we don’t even know it. You can find yourself in a long long line at the airport and accidentally meet up with important people that forever change your view point and if it had not been for those series of incidents that lead up to all those delays you might not have heard or received that important message.
Next time you find yourself with flight delays or missed schedules just be thankful and open your heart up even wider. If I find myself slumping too much I catch and correct my posture because by caving in my rib cage too much I am somehow without meaning to sending a signal to my heart to protect itself. I know it seems odd but sitting up straight instead of slumping is sending a very strong message out there to the Universe that you are available and free! If you send out a message that says your heart is cloaked and hidden you find lost chances, lost opportunities or cancelled chances.
If you still can’t fathom the idea of opening your heart go on a hunt and seek mission. Every so often I love to collect odd colored stones or stones that are unusually dark and shaped as massage tools. I find these stones on my walks and then cleanse them, bless them under moonlight and sun and they heat them and use them on my chakras. I align each stone with one of my chakras tuning into my body and placing the stones where they feel comfortable. The bastalt stones are good at trapping in heat for longer periods of time so try and find those that are black so the heated affect will last indefinitely. Get into this practice and force open your heart center with heat and pair it with heart opening music –music you feel harmonious with.
Also remember for every delay you receive your body is resonating to a certain pitch and you will attract situations that resonate with your sound. Do you feel elated? You will attract pure joyousness! Do you feel anxious or worried that you will not receive what you deserve? If you have a tendency to worry ask yourself are you happy with the work you do? If you are extremely passionate about your job ask yourself a different question. Are you bored living in the same city? Are you tired having the same daily ritual? Maybe switch it up a bit…wear your hair differently. Try a new way of dressing. Visit different food shops or join a club you really did not even know existed. As you change your environment your brain and heart is triggered and forced to open up to these new choices and new set of circumstances.
One of my passions in life as you can probably tell is writing. I have been writing fiction and non fiction since the age of three and I tend to write as a forceful way to open my heart wider. Find your passion and play a bit!
Here is another passion of mine–photography
and this photo is entitled “Curls”
by Diane Arbus—–