In my purple peril, somewhere along the way, I decided not to worry about the past or future but to stay in the present.
The past is finished. Hind sight is 20-20. Terms like could have, should have, would have are just ways to hang on to things that are not there. They emphasize judgements around failure and success. In reality my past has taught me many lessons and helped make me who I am today. The past is peppered with some good and some bad, but seasoned perfectly for me!
The future is not here yet. Why worry or anticipate things that are not real? I am preparing myself for the future but I am open to the possibility of what may manifest.
In the here and now I can live my life fully. When I stay present, there are no fears or worries. I live in full appreciation of all the wonders offered – sounds of the birds, rustle of the breeze through the trees bringing refreshing coolness and carrying spring aromas, scents of hyacinths by the door, feel of the beautiful crystals I am working with, taste of a smooth sip of water, rubbing the silky ears of a dogs, the companionship and conversation with a good friend, and all of the other moment by moment blessings. In this moment is when I can hear my muses. I am open to receive any inspirations that come to me and in the moment share these inspirations with others. I appreciate every breath and with my mind, body, spirit centred and calm I can enjoy this state of living meditation.