Sometimes it seems that when you read a Kabbalah book, or
listen to a lecture, the same things are repeated. On Pesach we talk about
removing the ego, on Chanukah we talk about tapping into miracles, on Shabbat
Pinchas we talk about healing. But something I realized is that it’s not the
wisdom that stays the same, it’s us who stay the same. The ticket to the
technology is change.
When we transform, we can hear the same exact thing we heard a month, a year, a decade ago but it will sound different, and resonate deeper. But when we get stuck in ruts, patterns, and complacency, our learning stays stuck as well. What is the difference between humans and animals? Animals do the same thing day after day after day. But we have a choice.
Today, break up & shake up your routines. If you always start the day with coffee, then start with tea. If you always take the same route to work, then take a different path. If you flop in front of the TV when you get home, then open a book, or better yet, go for a walk. Get in the habit of mixing it up and changing yourself. The wisdom will change accordingly.
Kabbalists have long known that our thoughts shape what we
perceive as reality every bit as much as reality shapes our thoughts. We are
more than mere observers of reality – we are creators.
It is we who produce and direct our own movie – the same movie in which we ourselves are the stars.
What movie are you creating? Love story? Comedy? Horror?
Why is it so hard to say
I love you?
I don't mean to a lover, but to a friend, a teacher, a parent. Why are these
four little letters so difficult to spit out of our mouths?
What a wonderful gift to give someone. Think about how good it feels when people say it to you. I love you. Sometimes when you have strife with family, or beef with a friend, saying I love you is all you need to do to take away the darkness that has settled in like a fog. We fight and argue and analyze when usually, I love you will do the trick.
Who do you love and cherish, yet are afraid tell how you feel? Take a risk today. Open your heart, open your mouth, and say it. Just say it. I LOVE YOU!
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