Blessed we are

Blessed We Are by Peia


Blessed we are

To dance on this ground

With the rhythm of saints

To carry the sound

A prayer for the Earth

And those yet to come

May you walk in beauty

And remember your song


Remember why you came here

Remember your life is sacred



It is in the light for me to be happy

I first heard the concept “It is in the light…” in a track by Stin Hansen. Stin is a thought coach and has created hundreds of tracks with thoughts that uplift the mind and spirit. I especially enjoy listening to them during my morning walks to work.
I personally feel a subtle but very noticeable shift in my energy and mood when I use this statement. If I feel an emotion such as grief arising while using it, this indicates to me that it’s hitting against a limiting belief or internalized negative concept and rewiring it. Recently, I’ve been chanting these words to myself throughout the day, affirming my own value, worth, and entitlement to all things happy and blissful because I am a part of this magnificent Universe.
There’s a beautiful quote from Hugo Cabret for those of us just beginning to re-discover our value.
“I’d imagine the whole world was one big machine. Machines never come with any extra parts, you know. They always come with the exact amount they need.”
This is a metaphor that emphasizes that we are all part of this brilliant Universe, and we are not an extra part, or a mistake, or in the wrong place, or the wrong era, or the wrong planet. We are here because we are meant to be here. To the Universe, we have just as much value as the stars, galaxies, or any wondrous thing. This is intrinsic and eternally so. There is nothing we must do to earn it, nothing we must do to deserve it, only to recognize and affirm. Let the world know you’ve discovered the grand secret – that all along, you were more valuable than you could have imagined. That you are more brilliant than you could have ever dreamed of. That you are more amazing than anything or anyone you’ve ever encountered.
It is in the light for me to be happy
It is in the light for me to be joyous
It is in the light for me to be wealthy
It is in the light for me to be healthy
It is in the light for me to be fulfilled
It is in the light for me to be loved
It is in the light for me to be prosperous
It is in the light for me to be successful
It is in the light for me to be surrounded by love and light
It is in the light for me to be divinely guided
It is in the light for me to be peaceful
It is in the light for me to be abundant
It is in the light for me to be and become the highest version of myself
It is in the light for me to live the life of my dreams
It is in the light for me to see and know my beauty, value, and magnificence
It is in the light for me to love and be loved
It is in the light for me to have joyful, loving, and healthy relationships
It is in the light for me to achieve my goals
It is in the light for me to know the truth about myself and existence
It is in the light for me to live in the light
Finally, inspired by the piece “Secret Vaults of Heaven” by Praful Mystik, join me in asking these beautiful questions to your Self every morning, evening, or throughout the day – and in Praful’s beautiful melody!
My dear, how can I be more loving to you?
How can I be more kind, see your beauty and your light?
How can I be more gentle, caring, and supportive to you?
With all my love,

Moving into the intention to love yourself

Wisdom in this post: Approve of yourself enough to not seek out the approval of others. Your negative thoughts and beliefs are generally not from you and do not belong to you. You are valuable and worthy as you are, in this moment, and you do not need to do anything to prove your worth or value. Move into an intention to love yourself over, and over, and over again. 

I’m going to use this topic as a platform to explore self-love more deeply, and share how I’ve been embodying this in my own life. I am am only a humble traveler on the path to self-realization and have by no means mastered these ideas. I am, however, getting there.

Recently I had an interesting experience at an interview. I had two rounds of interviews with two different interviewers. Before each interview, I reminded myself that I am not here to seek the approval of this organization or my interviewers. I am here to present myself as I am. I am valuable and worthy as I am and I do not need to do anything to prove my worth or value. I told myself that no matter the outcome – I will love myself. The universe works in mysterious ways, divine order will always prevail, and at the end of the day – I will end up at the best place for me. There are no accidents.

The first round went very well. I had a great rapport with my interviewer and I had a good feeling throughout. I felt content with my responses to the questions posed and was fully present. The second round, however, felt a bit more challenging. The questions posed weren’t difficult, but I noticed self-doubt creeping in. I questioned whether I was connecting with my interviewer, and whether what I was saying made any sense to her. Suddenly, my energy was split (unconsciously) to both portraying my true authentic self, while also reading my interviewer’s mood. Soon, I started experiencing waves of boredom, and I’m not sure whether that boredom I was picking up belonged to me or my interviewer. I feel that it was most likely my own, because I was just repeating most of what I just mentioned to my previous interviewer a few moments ago, but a part of me felt concerned that I was making my interviewer bored too. Suddenly, my mind blanked mid-sentence. I shared this much, and recollected my thoughts soon after. I also found myself admiring my interviewer and being inspired by her – she even gave me generous words of advice for my future and seemed to indirectly praise my intrinsic drive to continually evolve. Before we parted, she advised me to pick the opportunity that makes me most happy (which I have no idea if this had any undertone of “I like you” or “I hope you have other places to choose from”). Overall, I left the interview feeling ambivalent about how it went.

I shared my honest thoughts with a family member – that I couldn’t really gauge how the second interview went but I think it went okay overall. My family member then assumed that I had done poorly in my second interview, when the truth was that I had done okay, and I was just unsure of how my interviewer felt. Interviews are difficult because we want to feel liked and appreciated by our interviewer. It can be challenging to subdue this, very normal, urge and show up in our full authenticity, just enjoying the moment. I tried my best, and truly it shouldn’t matter whether or not my interviewer likes me or not. Some people like us, some people don’t. Some people have the capacity to see our true value but some people don’t. And life is sometimes just a weird, random, conglomerate of inexplicable events strung together by series of moments. My family member regretted not helping me prior to my interview, as then I apparently would have performed better. I proceeded to begin feeling anxiety and regret around my interview. “Oh dear, it did go poorly didn’t it? I screwed up again didn’t I? If only I practiced more! If only I took this more seriously. Why didn’t I prepare more?” Suddenly thoughts of fear and regret overtook me.

After a day or so of cycling the past in my mind – while completely distorting my memory of the experience, I had a moment of realization. Why am I so afraid of the outcome? Didn’t I tell myself that there is divine order and no matter what happens, I will love myself regardless? Why am I being so hard on myself? I looked at the content and quality of my thoughts and realized that these weren’t mine! I picked these up from my anxious family member! As my mentor B. Logue notes, these thoughts, feelings and beliefs weren’t from me and do not belong to me! This realization freed me of them. I smiled, and they were gone. And I again, re-set my intention to love myself. I know that I am capable and worthy. Likely much, much more than I give myself credit for at the moment. Now I get to relax and wait to see how things unfold. It can be hard to trust in uncertain times but trust we must. This time, I choose to trust in myself.

I still have no idea how my second interview went, but I don’t care anymore. I’ll end up in a great place regardless. I believe in myself and in life. In my past few decades of life, each year has been an adventure in growth, self-discovery, insight, and great gifts. Why would the coming year be any different? In fact, I am working hard to make each passing year better than the last, and to become a better version of myself each passing day. No matter where I end up, I will feel grateful to be there, and make the most of my experience. There are no accidents. There can no wrong choice, or path, or step for me. Only another adventure waiting to happen.

I choose to love myself no matter what. As new and foreign as the concept of self-love may feel, I am committed to learning and living it.

Wherever I belong, let me end up there.

Wherever I will learn the most, let me end up there.

Wherever I will feel closest to you, let me end up there.

Wherever I feel the most joy, let me end up there.

Wherever I am most peaceful, let me end up there.

Now to dedicate a song to my Self.

I discovered Praful yesterday by accident, and this piece is pure ecstasy.

Praful Mystik – I saw you

“I Saw You
and became silent
no words to say
nobody left to speak

I Saw You
and became empty
this emptiness
more beautiful than existence

Comes a Time
when nothing is meaningful
surrendering to Love.”

– Praful Mystik

Update: The interview was a success. I got the job.