Updated: May 3
Am I really enough in this day-to-day travel we call life?
I mean what makes me enough...?
My attitude, My lifestyle, Who do I meet?
Quite frankly, what makes you enough, is based on what you accept yourself to be.
If you have never been told that the inner core of who you are is enough, you'll keep seeking the world around and around for the empty worldly baseline to fill the void of something you already possess, 100 percent.
You may even go about changing what you perceive to be "enough" so that you'll accept yourself, or hope others will. Sadly, this is always a concept that is changed by how the world changes, it's never even close to the peaceful feeling you have when you align to the real true you.
But in reality, we are enough just as we are.
You are enough because you chose to be here to experience life.
I'd be damned if someone was going to try and tell me I wasn't enough in who I was.
'Course I wasn't always that way. It took me years to come out of the struggle and into who I am now. I've accepted. 100% now. It's a powerful feeling and I often feel I can do most anything.
When you align yourself with Source you will find that all you are, and all you can potentially become is already a part of you. It's the action of coming to that perfect alignment that most of us go through life struggling to figure out.
Mainly because we live in a world where we have forgotten, spiritually.
We live in a world where we are asked to form for the other in order to live in harmony.
Thus creating a rift in our true selves and potential.
In a relationship where you feel as if you aren't good enough, know that you are, you are simply misaligned.
The best and easiest fix is to find that relationship with yourself that puts you back at the center of accepting everything about you to be ENOUGH.
"The good and the bad.
The good we expand and create from.
The bad we get another chance to try and create a better form.
This situation can also arise in all areas of your life. A sense of lack and emptiness are indicators that you just are not where you should be with your true self.
Find him/her and you will be, will find, will feel, and will know you are enough.
Still, all in all, alignment with acceptance of yourself as the perfection you are is where we meet the true understanding of being Enough. "