Creating Space for Being Me

More and more I get present to the gift of a life I am leading. You may think that is a bit backwards … an 18 year old non-speaking autistic transplant recipient who thinks these challenges are a gift? Well I am clear that for me, these “challenges” and my recent foray into the world of tonic-clonic seizures are all opportunities!

All opportunities? I can hear your mind spinning right now.

Yes, life is what we choose to make it. I choose to be positive and view every event as an opportunity to learn and discover more of what it takes to be me, with my chosen mission, in all circumstances. I choose to interrupt the usual perception of my circumstance being something for someone to pity or feel bad about.

I live consistent with my mission to bring more Joy, Love, and Peace to this planet. I create my World and my experience of it. I am not interested in being the poster child for non-speaking autistics, transplant recipients, or epileptics. I am interested in ensuring that I disrupt the status quo wherever I go, and in teaching people they only know what they know. I aim to get people thinking in ways they haven’t yet considered. I had hoped to do that with just my words, but apparently my meat sack and the Universe had alternate plans, so I roll with it.

Where are you interacting with your circumstance from a place of fear? Where are you inviting suffering rather than creating your World? Where have you integrated beliefs, filters, boxes and constructs that limit your thinking and have you going along with the status quo rather than listening to your inner knowing? I invite you to create your experience of life.

We are always the author of our own story. Choose your words and actions, such that you’re living a created life.

Lovingly and gratefully,
Jordyn

Image by jan mesaros from Pixabay

4 thoughts on “Creating Space for Being Me

  1. crocker42

    Oh Jordyn, you are so right in your view of life. I want to write more, but I want to think before I write. But I just had to reply immediately to say how in sync we are. Thank you for your inspiring blog!! Mimi

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  2. gooddogautism

    Fabulous! Thanks for the reminder wise one. We love you!

    On Fri, Oct 1, 2021 at 7:47 AM Jordyn’s Rocky Journey wrote:

    > jordynsrockyjourney posted: ” More and more I get present to the gift of a > life I am leading. You may think that is a bit backwards … an 18 year old > non-speaking autistic transplant recipient who thinks these challenges are > a gift? Well I am clear that for me, these “challenges” an” >

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