Food for soul

To (re)create – your own self

‘You are a cosmic force producing your own form of radiation through your thoughts and feelings’

We are witnessing times where the Earth is going through a transformation of consciousness, where change of beliefs and the urge for a greater understanding of who we are is present and more intertwined with our everyday reality than ever before. We have access to knowledge, to spiritual teachings, and all this is allowed in the open, all this wisdom flows from one side to the other of the Earth in no time. However, from ingesting knowledge to knowing how to make use of it in practical terms – there is a long way. The change cannot occur from one moment to another, it is a process, but it is a process that you choose, from moment to moment, by observing your feelings and thoughts.


There can be the possibility that you do not know how to do that. How do you relax these days when the news are roaming of calamities, death and fear? When everywhere you turn you hear nothing but negativities, lack and despair? Of one thing you are right! I have never managed to relaxed in this technological environment. There must be a break from social media, news, outside input. What I have learned is that I should go back in finding a connection with nature. Try spending as much as half an hour laying on the grass, somewhere close by, during your lunch breaks or any time you see fit. Observe this need to connect, to share your moments with others. Challenge yourself in making use of that time you would normally spend online. Just be there with yourself, for your own sake. Converse, ask and wait for answers. If you have the patience to repeat you will see the results will come.


In order to be able to create, you need to use your imagination. Creativity involves transcending and exploring new ways of thinking. What is creativity then? I like this definition most – it is a skill that allows you to draw an understanding of the world around you, connect those observations to your existing knowledge reservoirs and imagine new applications of your knowledge in the world.

Strongly linked with this idea is to be able to question yourself constantly and try to discover if there is any chance that you could do something in a different way. Being opened to change, finding novelty in your day to day life provides elasticity and allows you to discover new patterns of thinking.


Based on the premise of ‘whatever you focus your attention on it grows’ and ‘where your attention goes your energy flows’ – you will find through practice that if you do dwell on negative thoughts, you will reap negative deeds as well. If you constantly redirect your attention to constructive, positive aspects of life, you will notice that the feedback will not fail to appear. Then, of course, there should be a strong awareness on what you decide to focus your attention on – hence clarity and precision are paramount.


There are times when we lose patience, when we want to rush the process and get directly to results. Don’t tell me about it – I know the feeling! (ÖÖ) It is fine to rush but it is also fine to acknowledge that and see the lesson in it. It is easy to give up when obstacles come your way. Now, you must put into practice the trust that although things will unfold as they may, with a clear intention, you will learn to observe each and every moment. Because with each moment comes responsibility, and when you accept that responsibility in your life you are taking a first step to feel empowered.


Last and not least, it is very important to let go, to lose this interest in identifying with a problem or situation. Clinging to situations, persons and scenes will only bring us down, lower our energy. Here you should learn to see the big picture. Connect with your inner self once this happens and give yourself some time to stay with these emotions.


When faced with a difficult moment, take your time to decide – whether you want to be a victim or a creator. Remind yourself of the reason why you are here – to experience delight in this life and to contribute with your own unique way of being to the shaping of this brave, new world.


‘How you use your awareness and attention will determine the version of the world you create. ‘

Till next time,


I am a spiritual nomad looking for trouble! I love travelling, writing is my favourite form of expression and I will never say no to coffee! I dedicate my free time in practicing yoga and meditation as well as learning more about transformative education and development. I also love dancing and I could talk forever about love. :)

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