Making Peace With Where You Are At

Take a closer look and you will see the door to the cage that you’ve felt trapped in, has been open all this time. All you have to do is walk through it, spread your wings and fly.

If your next question is “Where would I fly to”, then perhaps that would explain why you stay in the cage.

If your next response is “I’m ready to fly”, then this is your time to discover a new world and what you are capable of.

Freedom is for everyone, but not everyone is ready to receive it. For freedom is not for the faint of heart. When you’re out there soaring in the sky, you’re fully exposed and vulnerable. A strong wind could catch you and toss you about. A storm could come and rain buckets of water on you. It can be very hot and scorching or bone chilling cold and yet, look at you! You’re free, you’re flying, and the universe is your new playground. Go, see, breathe, awaken, experience, delight, and‚ soar. You’re ready and you know it.

If you’re still sitting in the cage staring at that open door, be encouraged. After all, you’re safe, warm and comfortable. There are no surprises that will challenge you because you always know what to expect. It may be uncomfortable and restricting at times, but you know that you still need nourishment and care before you’re ready to spread your wings and fly. Sometimes we just need to stay put right where we are at because we’re still gathering strength. It’s a necessary process of growth and development. Sit, relax, breathe, nurture and love. You’ll fly when you’re ready and not a moment too soon‚ or too late.

 

Whether you’re ready to step out of the cage spread your wings and fly or you’re staying put because you’re comfortable and cared for, you’re exactly where you’re supposed to be. Neither is better than the other for each decision arrives at the perfect time‚ your time, and that’s more than ok, it’s perfect!

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