You know what you know when you're meant to know
This was picture/blog was posted on Facebook by a Place of Complete Change.
I read this and went, wow. I can relate. This eagle could ignore the crow and flyer higher so the crow will fall. The other option is for the eagle to react and be distracted. In retrospect, try to get the crow off, lose focus and self-sabotage from where the eagle was going.
This is a great visual for me because I self-sabotage and get distracted from what and where I plan to be. What if I just keep my eyes going ahead? What if I remain focus on my path? Every moment we have choices on the direction we want to take for the day. Choose wisely and what's important for you. We don't need to be deterred or give attention to something that gets in our path in that moment.
This crow is extra baggage for the eagle however the eagle doesn't know this and chooses to stay on its path. The crow will drop off as the eagle goes higher. I choose to be in my peace and go with the flow of the day. Letting go of what doesn't belong and not giving it attention.
if the crow hangs and doesn't fall off then at some point I would need to look at the baggage. However, when I am ready to, given myself time to contemplate the situation and to respond not to react. By keeping focus my day continued on as planned.
This was a great visualization and understanding how a day could easily get distracted and how to stay focus. Ignoring the negativity in your path until you could respond and be in your peace.
Have a great day. LisaOnTheGo
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