What is a master? If visions of Major Nelson and “I Dream of Jeanie” come to mind, I invite you to fold your arms, blink real hard, and give it another thought!
Consider this: a master is someone who resonates with success. He or she is a person whose mindset automatically attracts the right people, places, events, and opportunities.
It’s that same mindset which allows that person to jump all over those opportunities with gusto, and without fear or hesitation.
I believe that while each of us can do many things well, there’s really only one thing we can truly master, and that’s being who we are. And while it takes a lot of effort to become really good at what we do, there’s no real effort necessary in being who we are – we just tend to make it that way at times.
Each of us has a very unique makeup which, at its core, is perfect. When we tap into our true core, our real gift to the world is revealed. And, when you share your true gift with the world, you can be considered a self-master.
Self-Mastery is made up of three parts:
- Understanding that each of us has a unique gift offering to the world and that such an offering comes when we are truly authentic;
- Discovering (remembering) exactly what our truly authentic self really is; and,
- Sharing who we are with the world, in a way that only we can
It's not what you do that matters, nor as much how you do it. Mastery is about knowing who you really are and how you express that in what you do.
So instead of trying to better yourself so you can finally be at a place of deservedness, why not relax and look within to find that which you are really seeking?
Self-mastery means living an abundant, fulfilled, and enjoyable life. It means feeling in control without having to control anything or anyone.
As a master, it means you’re at the cause, instead of the effect of your life.
Self-mastery means resonating at a high frequency of energy, and attracting all we could ever want into our lives, with little or no effort.
I don’t know about you, but I think this is a great way to live.
(I’d like to know about you. Let me know what you think!)