That moment you, all of a sudden, realize your vibing on a “different frequency” than many others.
I was just in the IKEA. During the pregnancy of my youngest, I used togo there quite often. He could then just play in the special playground (he wasn’t going to school back then, but was more than ready for it), while I was enjoying a cappuccino with my big prego belly. And yes, I did drink coffee during my pregnancy. Not too much, but come on… As if I could or would quit drinking coffee at all.
But OK, the IKEA… I had to go there to get a little container. Little did I know I was too early. The store itself was still closed, only the restaurant part was open. No problem, then I’ll just have a cappuccino, just like old times.
So there I was. Enjoying a coffee, and listening to a meditation on my phone. Being in my own bubble. Happy, intensly happy. Accepting myself unconditionally. Just standing in the light. Surrounded by love.
All of a sudden I noticed it. All the sadness and emptiness in the eyes of most people there. I was shocked! Really shocked. Because – while I was enjoying all the self-love, the amazing meditation music and my coffee – I could see so many people who are not happy. With that glazed look in their eyes. An almost sad posture even.
And all I wanted to do, was spread the love. Share some of my own light. So that these people too (and it was actually quite busy there…) feel comfortable in their own skin. That they enjoy life. Accept themselves. Feel the love and light. Crazy me, I even wanted to hug people, and tell them that it would all be OK. Didn’t do that, of course! But the feeling was so strange, so new and so extremely different. There it was: the realization that I am now vibing on a different frequency.
But here’s the thing: no matter what happens in your life. No matter all the heartship you go through. In the end you decide what to make out of your life. It’s up to you. It’s your choice.
Yes, bad things happen. I’ve been through plenty, so I KNOW. But you get to decide how to deal with it. Either you decide to let it overcome you, and get stuck in this miserable hellhole and feel as if life sucks always. Or choose to make the best out of it. Choose to learn from your experiences and grow.
Life is supposed to be fun. You are supposed to feel good about yourself. Love yourself. Because that’s all this is about. Loving yourself and accepting yourself for who you really are. In the end, that is the thing that makes life amazing, lighter, brighter, better.