As I progress on this wonderful journey within to self-discovery, I am simply amazed by the number of insights that are surfacing. While I initially was engrossed in ways to expedite the accomplishment of my goals, it has suddenly become evident that there is much more involved. The importance of clarity just struck a chord.
Given this particular insight I am now inspired to investigate further into my inner realm to discover additional guidance. Since all the action is within, I guess it would be good to get better acquainted with this part of my being.
I Can See Clearly Now…
Actually, this was a song by the lyricist Johnny Nash. Released in 1972, “I Can See Clearly Now” was a single on an album with the same name, and was Number One on the Billboard Hot 100.
Other than that brief trip down memory lane, Johnny Nash has provided me with an important clue to using my Master Key to unlock the door to my inner genius.
He has opened my eyes to the importance of moving through the storm cluttered with my fears and insecurities in order to break through to the sunshine that lies beyond the cloud cover. All the work I am doing now is vital to reducing that cloud cover a little at a time.
Whether it is cloud cover or cement it has to go. It is blocking my view as well as my experience of my true reality. Only then will I see clearly.
Clarity is the Key
It is clarity that unlocks the door to truth and inner wisdom. All the goals that I have set are all well and good, but it is clarity that will bring forth my inner genius and allow me to fulfill my life purpose. At that point I am in alignment with my core values, and generating the type of emotional fuel to achieve whatever worthwhile goal that I set.
As Kevin Garnett, a retired NBA player, said when he signed a multi-year contract with the Minnesota Timberwolves in 1995, “it’s not about the loot”. He understood it was about competing and enjoying the process.
As I become clear on my current purpose, I will naturally progress toward my goals. It’s the journey not the destination. When I do my best each day, the end result is a given. Each efficient act adds up as it leads me to greater achievement, but the most important factor is who I am becoming in the process.