April 13, 2012

What is Your Soul's Ideal?

As we head into the weekend, my lovelies, I had to share with you an excerpt from the book I'm currently reading, Wishes Fulfilled, by Dr. Wayne Dyer. The following excerpt has officially been starred with red marker as I continue to reflect on and refer to these powerful words:
"The ideal of your soul, the thing that it yearns for, is not more knowledge. It is not interested in comparison, nor winning, nor light, nor ownership, nor even happiness. The ideal of your soul is space, expansion, and immensity, and the one thing it needs more than anything else is to be free to expand, to reach out and embrace the infinite. Why? Because your soul is infinity itself. It has no restrictions or limitations - it resists being fenced in - and when you attempt to contain it with rules and obligations, it is miserable. Your invisible self is extraordinary because it is a fragment of the universal soul, which is infinite. The part of you that knows you have greatness, and is stirred by the idea of you expanding and removing any and all limitations ... this is your new self-concept, one that is inspired by your soul." 
Amazing, right? What is your soul's ideal? What does that mean to you? I would love to hear your thoughts on this ...

Wishing you a beautiful weekend!

xx JN

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