Changing Our Point of View! by Keshav Howe | Oct 9, 2023 | Community Insights | 5 commentsThe way that life appears is determined by how we choose to view it! What do I mean and how does it apply to you?5 Comments Betty on October 21, 2023 at 9:50 AM I just returned from a wedding. It was physically, mentally and emotionally a tough thing to do. I almost didn’t go. But I went for the sake of my grandson, Lance. There were emotional wounds reopened at the wedding. There were some uncomfortable interactions and some surprisingly good reunions with people from a long time ago. Hugs all round from those of us who shared a grandchild although not always of the same mind. There were many spiritual and physical “walking wounded” there. And sad remembrances as well. I came home feeling like I was full of painful arrows sticking into my middle chakras. I thought I went for Lance but it turned out I went for myself. It brought up issues that needed healing. And I have been doing that one layer at a time. I feel cleared out. Unstuck. And Keshav’s teachings were right at hand to put things in the proper perspective. When some one says something hurtful to me it is not about me. It is them expressing their pain. I send them my love, which having been cleared I can do from the heart. Nothing means anything. Including mine or other’s judgements. There are no mistakes and regrets are harmful. Let them go. I am glad I went to the wedding. It was a real Power Journey. I had some fears that I was able to let go of. I feel restored. Now my light is shining and my heart is filled with love. I Love you all! Reply Keshav Howe on October 21, 2023 at 10:22 AM Beautifully put Betty. Knowing what we can and cannot control is critical to our peace of mind! Reply Joe on October 23, 2023 at 12:31 PM Weddings are challenging for me too Betty. I also experience a sense of confidence and letting go when I’m willing to go step into these places mind sets up as “hell”. I appreciate Joe’s willingness to keep moving forward. Reply Betty on October 14, 2023 at 12:44 PM I couldn’t resist quoting Keshav because his says it so well:“The bottom line is that we are all responsible for our own experience of life. How life appears is directly determined by how we choose to see and experience it. Now is the perfect time to reopen to an unfiltered view of Self and Reality.” Reply Betty on October 14, 2023 at 8:27 AM Note to self: I flounder when I label things “good” or “bad” or when I compare myself to others (not as good), or when I view the Now from the filter of past experiences or feel fear when facing the unknown. To stay in the Now without judgement seeing things for the “first time” I not only don’t suffer but am carried along with the flow. ReplySubmit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Notify me of followup comments via e-mailName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.