This is You Experiencing You

This is You Experiencing You

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This is you.
This is you experiencing you. This is you exploring you.
Observe and listen. What is this experience you are having? What is there to be seen, to be heard, to be felt? Why are you here? Why are you choosing to be here?
Have you yet realized that you are here by choice? It is and always will be a choice. The question is, how aware are you of the you that is choosing this? The you that exists in a state of presence and detachment. The you that remains equanimous. The you that is choosing to create and explore the beauty of the Now.
A Now that holds the experience of thought. Thoughts that sometimes say, “I don’t want this!” “Why am I here? I don’t want to be here!”
But you do. You wouldn’t be here if you didn’t.
Everything you experience is a reflection of everything that you are and everything that you want. You’re looking into a mirror.
Remember you’re the one choosing, and step into your power.
Come into awareness of why you’re making the choice that you are, and step into evolution.

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