Who you be, you eventually become.
That is what the word be-come means, the coming of the being.
Whomever you are choosing to be right now, you eventually become it in the future.
Yet there is no future.
Everything that’s ever happened, is happening
right now – and everything that’s ever going to happen, is happening right now.
There is only one moment, the golden moment of now.
All that you wish to become, you already are.
You have it all now, you are simply not experiencing it.
It’s therefore up to you to reach into the sea of infinite possibility, calling forth that which you wish to experience now.
You call forth that which you wish to experience now, via three main devices – thought, word and action.
All three must be in alignment, in order to experience the grandest part of you.
What you think about, speak about and do on a daily basis, must match the grandest you that you wish to become.
If that grandest part of you is a description of someone who is healthy, you must think, speak and act in accordance to health.
Think, speak and act in abundance to attract exactly that – abundance.
If that grandest part of you is a description of someone who is a wealthy entrepreneur, you must think, speak and act in accordance to that.
You can’t have thoughts of scarcity, only abundance and opportunity.
You can’t speak words such as “I can’t afford it” only “How can I afford it?”
You would choose a personal development book, go to a wealth creating seminar, over reading a gossip mag or watching reality TV.
The manifestation of who you are right now, is nothing more than the accumulation of your prior thoughts, words and actions.
If who you are does not match who you wish to become, you must change the entire Holy trinity of thought, word and action.
You can become all that you were destined to become.
Be the person necessary, to become the grandest version of yourself that already exists.
That grandest version of yourself we call your inner being, your truest, fullest potential, is waiting patiently for you to come home.
Just be who you need to be long enough, hard enough, to eventually become one with the higher you.
All we have is one little challenge and Shakespeare put it perfectly:
“To be or not to be, that is the question.”