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Scattered Daily Thoughts

Welcome to my blog –a place where I jot down several things after my consultations: things I research, musings, answers to client's questions, quick motivation ideas, and more.


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You are the love that fuels awareness

Updated: Oct 29, 2020

Some people come into your life to remind you how much you deserve ~

Everything happening in your world is a result of your thoughts, emotions, and actions.

Some say you are your past, as in the accumulation of your experiences and knowledge, and your future, with your dreams and desires.

I believe you are not only your thoughts, but that which witnesses them; or your emotions, but also what feels them; or your body, but what inhabits and senses it.

I believe you are the love that fuels awareness, having a physical experience.

The more you realize this, the happier your experience can be.

When you are at peace, your world becomes peaceful, not because it magically changes, but because you attract more of what you are. You just don’t feel comfortable otherwise.

If you, as a parent, are at peace, your children will grow knowing peace, and model this when translating their own inner world into reality.

When you relate to others, the world they are creating affects the world you are creating, and differences take place. This is why your mental attitude is so important.

If you are at peace, and have to face a hostile environment, your mental attitude will protect you by creating a dissonance strong enough for you to place the adequate boundaries that will allow you to leave that situation and find one that is more comfortable for you, one that truly resonates with your peace within.

Where there has been trauma, inner peace is affected. That is why you meet people who offer a different vibration, ie aggressiveness, lack of empathy, lack of compassion (we all play this role at some point).

These people are your teachers. Every moment you spend with them, you have the opportunity to experience your identity, what is it that you’re made of, where you stand, what you need to work on, what you have already healed and outgrown.

Inner peace means not having the urge to explain or defend yourself. Don’t feel bad for outgrowing someone who had the chance to grow with you. Some people show up to remind you what you stand for, where you are going, what you are in alignment with, and what you are deserving of.

It’s ok to move on. Ready?

~ Luciana, xo.

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