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Day 5: Now is the Time

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Now is the Time

Every now and again, I find myself paddling madly upstream against the prevailing current of well-being, most especially when I’m judging myself for being human, imperfect, flawed.

Today, I choose I to celebrate my imperfection as the adventure of living, knowing that, as Thomas Drier so wisely reminds us, “Today should always be our most wonderful day.”

I so enjoy being here now, in this physical body – to love, to laugh, to delight in the beauty of this natural world and to flow juicy orgasmic energy to what aligns with my soul…that which nurtures and sustains and uplifts me.  I appreciate the opportunity to express my authentic gifts, to show up here on the page naked and unadulterated and seemingly vulnerable.  I’m seeing the value of being here fully in the moment, forgiving myself for being less than perfect, socially awkward, not up to my own standards.

I acknowledge that my harsh self-judgment is neither productive nor inspiring.  So I choose to remember that enjoying life is about being able to re-member to live in the now, recalling the true essence of BEing in this moment.

And so can you.

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Author: cjbeale

Carolyn Beale is a freelance author, Silver Executive at Essante Organics, and Radiant Body, Soulful Life Transformation Coach at Serendipity's Garden - A Celebration of Abundance: Body, Mind & Spirit. Subscribe to her complimentary monthly Ezine, a delightful assortment of tidbits to satisfy your senses, stimulate your curiosity, and soothe your spirit. Features include uplifting articles, empowering quotations, selected artwork, recommended websites, guest columnists, and much more.

4 thoughts on “Day 5: Now is the Time

  1. Yes, self-judgement doesn’t add a minute to your life. Self-enjoyment and helping others make life more meaningful.

    • Self-enjoyment and the joy of expressing your soul gifts…which undeniably helps others. Love that Gayle, thanks for posting! 🙂

  2. I can relate to running against the current streams, and also falling into the trap of self-judgment and condemnation. My body is made for adventures and I’m learning to embrace the mystery of each precious moment and experience!

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