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Our vision can be so limited. We can have the tendency for our focus to be only one sided. And it goes even deeper than simply being one sided…its tunnel vision. We are trained this way, as children. All of us…OK, most of us.

 The scope of our vision, and even our belief system, is to include only what you can visually see with our physical eyes. I’m learning, more and more every moment, that there is so much more to see. There is another vision. There is more ‘out there’ than what we can see with our eyes.

I was handed a message during on of my sessions that says it all; ”Everything you see with your physical eyes is not the Truth.” Everything. Yup, everything.

So then, what lies beyond our physical vision? That’s the key isn’t it? Hence, the title of this discussion…exploring the full extent of the vision.

Back to childhood…we are trained to use our eyes to determine Truth. If you can’t see it, touch it, feel it, it’s not real. Oh how I’ve learned that this is not complete. And actually, what I’ve learned, through personal experience, is just the opposite. The Truth to who and what we Are lies within our Soul. It’s in that space that we can’t see with our physical eyes. But we sure can connect with it, feel it with our inner senses, and definitely touch it through our hearts.

And it’s in that space where we find the subtle energies and reasons to why situations happen the way they do. It’s here where we discover that we Are so much more than we have been trained to think we are.

So, how do we explore the full extent of our vision? How do we learn to go beyond what our physical eyes are showing us? First, by acknowledging that there is more. Yeah, we may not know what that ‘more’ is at the moment, but just the awareness that there is more to what we see enables us to open the door to look beyond our physical vision.

Second, by centering in your own Soul. Take the time to change the old habits of behavior. Almost everything we do is by default. We have the same routine in the morning, we drive the same routes, we dress the same, we respond the same, we think the same thoughts day in and day out. Take a moment to first ask yourself why you behave or react the next time a situation arises. From there take a nice deep breath and settle into your Soul. Ask it, “What am I not seeing?” or “How do I really want to be in this situation?” You’ll be surprised at what you discover.

If you are meditating or centering yourself on a regular basis, this technique can come very easy for you. Of course you actually have to practice it in order to get results. If you are not centering yourself, or spending time within your Soul during the day, personally I highly suggest it. In my experience it has made all the difference in my world.

Exploring the full extent of the vision gives a whole new meaning to what’s really going on outside of us. I’m reminded again and again in my own meditations that there is another way. We have a tendency to think that there is only one way to get through a situation. That’s not true. There is always another way. Choose to see it. Choose to move out of the fear that locks you into seeing only one option. Your Soul knows exactly how to deal with it, providing a win-win situation for everyone involved.

Ah yes, there really is something more out there…have fun exploring!

Light and Love,
Trish

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