I am still figuring out the format for my Clarity series and what day of the week I want to post them on. So while the details are getting figured out, let’s start today. Easter Sunday. Happy Easter by the way, if you are celebrating!
My goal with the Clarity series is to ask you one or maybe several questions to help you reveal another slice of your core.
The more questions you ask and answer, the clearer you get. The clearer you get, the higher you fly.
Clarity is a process. It’s an evolving journey and we are on it until we die. Never think – “This is it, I am finally fully clear and I’ll stay that clear for life”. It’s like saying – “Ok, I don’t want to grow anymore.”
Anyway, I am rambling.
So in today’s Clarity series I want to ask you:
Pick one object in your house or maybe not necessarily in your house, but something you own that is really dear to your heart for whatever reason.
It might be anything that you really like. Maybe some gift that you received and cherish or maybe something you bought yourself. Small, big, doesn’t matter, as long as it is really dear to you.
Now the question I’d like you to answer is:
Why do you like it? What do you see in it? Why is it dear to you?
Think about it for a minute and write down your answer. Again, it might be a very thin slice but the more slices, the closer you are to Freedom. And you never know which question will crack open your reality. So keep asking. Keep answering.
I’ll respond myself to give you an example.
I had two objects that came to mind first – one is my journal, but I already kind of answered why I like journals in the interview with myself.
Another one was a Christmas ornament (I know it’s not the best picture).
There is a quote on it by Elizabeth Barret Browning that says: “I love you not only for what you are, but for what I am when I am with you”.
Why do I love it? Because it’s not just an ornament, there is meaning in it. (No, no one gave it to me. I bought it myself in fact. Maybe I’ll give it to someone some day. I hope:))
It’s an ornament with a very special message.
Meaning. Meaning is my keyword.
It’s not about that particular quote, even though I do love the quote. It’s about again meaning and some kind of sacredness that comes from it.
This question and few others helped me to realize that I need meaning in everything I do. That changed my life.
Now is your turn. What is your object? Why do you love it?
Get clear. Write it down.Maybe even start a separate notebook. Daring Clarity notebook. That would be so super cool! Hey, maybe I need to create a line of Daring Clarity journals? Hmmm… interesting… writing it down.
So what’s your object? Why?
P.S. If you don’t plan on answering the questions, don’t read the series. I really want you to benefit. If you don’t plan on “benefiting”, then at least don’t waste your time.