Questioning Yourself

These are times of deconstruction. Everything they taught you to take for granted no longer is. Or may no longer be. Or at the very least should be questioned.
Everything you believed to be certain may fall apart at the seams. Things are not the problem. You are the problem. You may try to get things to turn out well, the way you always imagined they would. You may do your utmost for things to remain as they are so as to avoid feeling scared and uncomfortable. You may try. But you will not succeed.
All the old structures are now falling apart. Everything you counted on, you may now discard. You may stop counting on them.
Question them. Question everything. Even if you find it hard. Even if it means you have to let go of control. What is here today may not be here tomorrow. Or may never again exist. Question everything. Work, relationships, family, finances, security, protection, everything. And if you think this is still not enough, do something that is even more radical: Question yourself.
Call into question your position at work. Question yourself in terms of your relationships, your family, and your finances. Question yourself, and you will see a new “I” emerging. One who is more secure, more adventurous, and stronger overall. Not with the strength that stems from the ego but with the strength of someone who has accepted that everything may change and anything may happen as long as you do not renounce that pure and crystalline energy that makes up the being you are.


The Book of Light – Ask and Heaven Will Answer,
Alexandra Solnado

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