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Do you choose?


In these past few days, I've had some incredibly profound experiences that I believe are worth sharing. Like many of you, I participated in the mass meditation on April 4th, a day filled with transformative energy and global connection. It was an amazing opportunity to meditate and connect with others, both online and offline, to bring a different vibration into the world. This meditation sparked a series of introspective questions that I believe can serve as valuable prompts for anyone on a journey of self-discovery and growth.


The Power of Mass Meditation

Connecting with Global Energy

Participating in the mass meditation on April 4th was a unique experience. People from all walks of life came together, united by a common goal: to elevate the collective consciousness. This event highlighted the power of mass meditation and its ability to foster a sense of unity and shared purpose. Whether you joined online or offline, the energy was palpable, creating a profound sense of connection and oneness.


A Moment of Reflection

During the meditation, I found myself deeply immersed in thought. As I emerged, a series of questions flowed into my mind, almost as if they were waiting to be discovered. I quickly grabbed a piece of paper and a pen and started jotting them down. These questions have since become a cornerstone of my personal practice, guiding me towards greater self-awareness and understanding.


Do You Choose? The Questions to Ask Yourself

Self-Reflection and Control

One of the most powerful questions that arose from my meditation was: "Do you choose?" This simple yet profound question can serve as a starting point for deeper introspection. It invites us to consider how much of our lives we consciously choose and how much is dictated by external circumstances.

  • Do you decide how you live?

  • What is under your control?


Utilizing Time and Perspective

In these times of uncertainty, it's crucial to evaluate how we use our time and shape our perspectives. This reflection can help us stay grounded and focused on what truly matters.

  • How are you using this time?

  • What's your perspective?


Connection and Growth

Our connections with others and the world around us play a significant role in our personal growth. By examining these relationships, we can gain insights into our own development and areas for improvement.

  • How are you connecting?

  • How are you growing?


Openness and Surrender

Being open to new experiences and allowing ourselves to surrender to the flow of life can lead to profound transformations. These questions encourage us to explore our capacity for openness and acceptance.

  • Are you allowing?

  • Are you surrendering?

  • Are you open?


Creating a New Reality

Experiencing and Learning

Life is a continuous journey of experiences and learning. By staying present and attentive, we can extract valuable lessons from our daily interactions and observations.

  • How are you experiencing?

  • What are you learning?


Innovating and Connecting with Nature

In this era of change, we have the opportunity to create new ways of connecting and relating to the world. This includes our relationships with people, animals, plants, and even the elements of nature.

  • How can you create the new?

  • How are you connected with everything else?


Incorporating These Questions into Your Practice

These questions have been incredibly useful in my own practice, helping me maintain a high vibration and a deep sense of connection. I encourage you to incorporate them into your daily routine, allowing them to guide your thoughts and actions.


Keeping the Vibration High

The energy and connection experienced during the mass meditation were truly uplifting. By continuing to ask ourselves these questions and reflecting on our answers, we can keep that vibration high and foster a sense of unity and growth.


Staying Connected

Let's strive to maintain the connections we've forged and continue to grow together. By doing so, we can create a new way of being that embraces openness, learning, and a deep respect for all forms of life.


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