I have had many “Past Life Experiences” in my 64 years on this earth. Each one has a way of changing my perspective on life.
My most recent event, a heart attack in February, has made me actually look deeper at life tough a different lens. I had to ask two questions.
First question, “What is really important in my life?”
So many times in life we allow ourselves to focus in the trivial things in our day-to-day life. Many of these things set us into a tailspin and we allow them to take control of our emotions and we lose focus on the things that are really important in life.
One extremely important thing to me is my relationship with God, Spirit, Universe or Higher Power (whatever you choose to call it). This relationship has guided me throughout my life. When I discovered Religious Science my life changed dramatically. It allowed me to go deeper into my own beliefs and actually discover what I do believe.
I would to invite you to find a community where you can feel welcome and supported. This would be a place where you belong, a place where you can be the person that you were meant to be.
Second question, “Who are the people that are important in my life are?”
When we allow little things get to us we also lose focus on the people that are important in our lives. We must never forget these people and the importance they play in our lives. Family is very important to me. It all depends on what you define as “family”. I am grateful that we can choose or “family” after we leave our birth homes. One great thing about this life is CHOICE. We get to choose people that we connect with and support us no matter what.
Life is so short and we allow other things to get in the way. We assume that they or we will always be around. This is not the truth, as I know all to well. I have lost people in my life and just two months ago I almost lost my life through having a heart attack. This event was one of a magnitude that made me ask these two questions and appreciate my life.
Don’t wait to long or until some events thrusts you a position where you regret not asking yourself these very important questions.