What are you making Significant?

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When we make something significant in our lives we create a limitation and give it no space to change or evolve. Let me give some examples of this:

In our society we make ageing significant, we worry about lines and wrinkles and deteriorating eyesight and failing bodies. What if each day was just another day and we had no point of view about ageing? Would we still age at the same rate? No, we would not, because there would be no judgements and beliefs to hold the concept of ageing in place, there would be nothing shaping that reality, so we would be free to create something completely different.

Another example of significance might be a person who causes dis-harmony in your world, perhaps a family member who is always interfering in your life. And every time you have a family gathering you worry about how to handle this person and stress about the chaos they will cause. You might complain to others about it leading up to the event, lose sleep over it, consider not going and feel more and more stressed as the family gathering approaches. Do you see how you have made this person significant and therefore given them power over you?

What if this person was just an Interesting Point of View? What if you had no judgement about the drama they created? What if you just didn’t make it significant at all? Do you see how you would no longer be giving away your power to something outside of yourself?

Another perhaps less obvious way we make things significant is this: Let’s say you think you have the perfect relationship, yet in truth it may not be ‘perfect’ because often we ‘pretzel’ ourselves to fit our ideal of what a relationship should be anyway, and in concluding its so called perfection we actually limit the possibility for change and expansion.

If you approach your relationship with no significance you might say, “My relationship is great today,” and then ask “What else is possible with this relationship?” and continually be in the space of expansion and new possibilities, that way the relationship will never be stuck in your perception of ‘perfect’ and it can continue to evolve.

The best way to stop making things significant is to first be aware that you are doing it. Just reading this article may already have you thinking about a few areas of your life that you have made significant, and once you realise that you can change it.

To do this you can use the Interesting Point of View tool from Access Consciousness. Every time you notice yourself making something significant, when you are going into the drama, or when you are creating a limitation through judgements and conclusions you simply say:

“Interesting Point of View. I have that Point of View.”

Say this over and over a few times to release the charge of energy you have around the issue. This helps you to come out of judgement and creates much more ease and peace in your life.

What if you used this tool when looking at current political events? We can rail about this unfairness and that injustice, but what if we look at it all as just an Interesting Point of View. And what if current circumstances on earth were just a way to facilitate change and by having no judgement about them we can create more expansion instead of trying to fit ourselves into an old box that no longer serves humanity.

What if you kept asking “What else is possible with this?” and what if that simple question opened up new possibilities for you and me and the entire planet?

Are you willing to notice where you are making judgements and conclusions and simply allow it to be an Interesting Point of View?

Keryn Lee is a Theta Healing Practitioner, Access Bars Facilitator, Tarot Reader and Empowerment Teacher. Visit her website for more information about her sessions and classes www.kerynlee.com.au or contact her on 0408 857 620 or keryn@kerynlee.com.au