Ingest, Embrace and Digest
When you eat food, your body embraces the food -- completely surrounds it and takes it in -- digests and metabolizes the nutrients . . . eliminates the waste. When you energetically embrace the parts of any moment, you fully digest and metabolize the moment. When you metabolize anything, you absorb the benefits -- which are the nutrients -- then release the waste. Metabolizing a moment releases all of its debris -- all of the physical debris; even the psychic debris, anything you might normally hold onto . . . the toxins that emotionally poison you. There’s an ancient proverb -- when translated it reads -- "Embrace the moment to erase and release the waste that would harm you." With this skill, you’re living life at your highest level; your task is to then educate everyone else by example . . . not compare yourself to them; not complain about it . . . never fall short within its many challenges, but learn from it all and teach what you learn . . . compassionately. In order to accomplish this, each day will become your teacher; every challenge becomes your drill master. Approaching the time of life in this way, allows time to become extremely alive, for when you shrink from any moment -- for any reason -- you're shrinking from life itself. There are hidden qualities within time that are only revealed when you embrace, digest and metabolize them, just as there are unseen energies within food that are only exposed when it's digested. These are the energies of phenomenal power. When you ingest and digest this power in a moment, the moment is no longer the quality that your senses perceived, it's the qualities of these energies, the nutrients. Your system will metabolize the nutrients and eliminate the waste. With this hidden power, now digested, the nature of life -- which is miraculous -- becomes the nature of your life. Our prayer is that you will align with your miracles by living beyond what your senses feed you; ingest, embrace and digest every lesson of every day; release the distaste of the waste and live in your sweet power . . . the power of being the extraordinary you.