Being in alignment means being connected to something bigger than myself and feeling that I’m living my life in respect to the values that I hold most dear.
In thinking about what has happened so far in 2020 so far and the tragedy that continues to unfold, especially in the US currently, but also all around the world where humans show that we have the capacity to hate, hurt and destroy, as much as we have the ability to love, to heal, to nurture, to forgive and to ask for forgiveness.
I’m reminded about how these things affect who I am, about how I choose to live my life and the messages I choose to share. I feel that my alignment is about making choices, choices that are often hard, that are often uncomfortable for ourselves and others who are in my orbit, but there are always choices.
So the choices that I want to make, are those that remind myself and others of our brightest natures. That we have the ability to forgive, the ability to understand and empathise and the ability to pause and reflect before lashing out.
Living in my alignment is that each day I try illustrate that we actually all have this choice, and to share this reminder that you have the option of choosing how to live your life and choosing in each moment to be the best version of yourself.