Daily Om by Madisyn Taylor.

Allowing Your Soul to Shine

At times, we’ve all wanted to crawl under a rock and hide away from the world. We may have preferred to be invisible rather than let other people see us or notice that we exist. This desire not to be seen often happens when we are feeling very hurt, angry, or simply weary of the world. And while we may console ourselves with the defense that we are shy, an introvert, or a loner, we may actually be hiding. 

When we hide and make believe that we are invisible, we can think that no one sees us even though, truthfully, we are only really hiding from ourselves. And while we may try to live life as inconspicuously as possible, we only succeed in becoming more conspicuous because people can’t help but notice that we are trying to hide our light. None of us are meant to hide; each one of us radiates a unique brilliance that is meant to illuminate the world. When we try to dim our light, we diminish the natural radiance of the Universe, and we deprive the people around us of the unique gifts and talents that we are here to share. 

Stepping out of the wings and letting your light shine is actually a way to serve the planet. We each have a responsibility to contribute to our community, and we do this when we let ourselves be seen. It doesn’t do anyone any good when we try to hide. We are all beings of light and we are here to light the way for each other. When we let ourselves shine, we become a bright mirror that others can see their own reflected brilliance through, and they can’t help but want to shine also. Shine your light out into the world, bless those around you by sharing your gifts, and watch the universe glow.

September Review.

I used to do a review of what I’d been reading, watching, listening to etc on an old blog. I have decided it’s time to bring that back to this blog.

My favourite tunes this month have been varied, as always. On my old blog I used to share links to YouTube, but I have noticed on this particular blog the links to music I have shared in the past don’t always work. My workaround for that is to share links via Apple Music, as that’s the platform I use to stream the music I listen to.

This month I have been listening to:

https://music.apple.com/gb/album/into-the-wild/1384481681?i=1384481685

https://music.apple.com/gb/album/fuel-to-fire/681187053?i=681187067

https://music.apple.com/gb/album/between-heaven-hell/1092715179?i=1092716081

https://music.apple.com/gb/album/poison-in-the-water/1222726451?i=1222726455

https://music.apple.com/gb/album/burning-times/377170467?i=377174245

https://music.apple.com/gb/album/feline/1126253822?i=1126253920

https://music.apple.com/gb/album/im-not-giving-up/1126253822?i=1126254122

https://music.apple.com/gb/album/only-human/1126253822?i=1126254114h

https://music.apple.com/gb/album/strong-women/1184668413?i=1184668700

I have obviously listened to more, but the above are the tunes I have been fairly obsessed with.

This month I have been reading:

You Can Heal Your Life by Lousie Hay.

Now Is Your Chance by Niyc Pidgeon

The Book Of Confidence by Sue Patton Thoele

Home Truths by Susan Lewis.

This month I have been watching:

Lucifer on Amazon TV

The Blacklist on Sky One

S.W.A.T on Sky One

FBI on Sky Witness

Instinct on Sky Witness

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.

My month has also been spent attending a variety of medical appointments and school appointments with my daughter about my Granddaughter who is in the process of getting diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder.

I hope you have enjoyed reading this blog post. Same time next month.