As I look at my life, I am centered and calm. I see with the eyes of the hawk.
From the vantage point of the hawk, I see the big picture. I notice that drama seems small and far away. I am able to be a neutral observer from this vantage point.
I love when I remember to be centered. I am grateful when I remember to see with the sharp eye of the hawk. I see the details from the higher perspective.
As I become like the hawk, I feel free. I soar above my tiny troubles. I feel my wings spread into magnificence. I rise on the updraft effortlessly.
Life feels great from this point of view!
I recognize it takes great responsibility to be a messenger like the hawk. I know that flight is a privilege. I am honored to be a messenger. I take this duty very seriously. I am very grateful for this understanding.
Just as the shrill call of the hawk breaks the silence into attention, I bring my attention to what is really important in life. I am the messenger of truth. I am the messenger of wisdom. I bring freedom on my wings.
Today, from this neutral observation point, I see what changes I need to make in my life. I see without judgement. I discern with neutrality. I am unattached to the outcome.
- What does it take for me to be a neutral observer of my life?
- What do I need to let go of in order to be unattached to the outcome?
- What area of my life do I need to look at from a higher perspective?