Coming out as Ordinary

Many years ago on social media I came out as “spiritual” interested in the occult and blah blah.
Now I am coming out as ordinary.
I do love to explore the nature of reality, but if it’s not cutting edge and new what’s the point?
If it’s more healing upon healing, this is not of interest to me. Trauma discussion leads to finding more trauma to discuss.
There is a very specific aura around someone who is lit up by their own spark. It’s delicious. And we all have this ability, some just choose not to use it.
Some restrict the sweetness of life so severely, they cannot perceive their own nectar. This could lead to victimhood and blaming (and eventually diabetes). It can lead to driving away anyone who represents this sweetness because of the patterns which would be otherwise risked and unable to stay intact.
There are a million things we can pursue, research, and master in the “personal development” space. The wealth of information out there is amazing. One of my teachers has not had food or water in two years. Superpowers are more and more common depending on who you talk to.
But this is all a side effect of appreciating the goodness flowing through our experience. Simply put, nothing is as beautiful as you.
Your natural essence, your innocent play, cannot be beat. No matter what achievements you believe are needed to earn a place in history, to build your “legacy”. Nothing means anything except the way you hold your heart in this moment. In every moment.
After having gone through so much hurt, I am grateful to be lightening my load. Not because of something I “did” but because of simple chilling. Giving myself the gift of grace. And further refining my laser focus onto whatever feels delicious.
Presence is the gift that keeps on giving.
Thank you for being the very gift you needed today.
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Joshua Edjida
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Joshua Edjida is a multidimensional artist, experience designer, author, public speaker/comedian, and transformational leadership facilitator. Originally from California, he currently lives in Colorado, and also enjoys traveling in Thailand, Bali, or in Europe.

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