Act I

The curtain rises. You show up in the scene.

Your life and your circumstances are the stage.

There you are, desiring. Excited. And aware about what no longer resonates with you. With your preferences becoming evident in your desires.

You express your intention to release the thoughts, emotions, behaviors and circumstances that no longer fits you. You decide to embrace what you want.

You declare and resolve to follow your resonance.

And with the high frequency of your excitement backstage, the curtain closes.

Act II

The curtain rises. You are still in the scene.

Now in action. Moving towards what was revealed to you in the previous act.

New circumstances appear.

Challenges. Problems. Confusing situations.

Inside, thoughts are stirred up. Doubt. Questioning. Imminent confusion.

Your surroundings seem to be saying that whatever you’re attempting, is not the way go. It’s as if circumstances would be indicating that the desires you connected with with so much excitement in Act I, are not manifesting.

You start to believe that it’s true. You doubt your certainty and give credibility to your doubts.

The curtain closes.

Act I, version 2 (yes, this play goes back from Act II to a variant of Act I)

The curtain rises. There you are.

The stage: same life, same circumstances as before. Maybe with some variations. But in essence… the same.

Resignation? Sensation of being a victim of life or your own Higher Self? Agitated emotions within you.

The fear of not being enough crosses your mind. To not be worthy of what you love.

Maybe it’s time to resign to how things are. You know, what some disguise with the idea of “accepting what is.”

You keep your life going.

The curtain closes.

How do you call the play?

Can you think of a title?

Some will call it “This is my life”.

Others, “Me and my bad luck”.

Still others will title it “It must be that I am not worthy enough”, or simply “Victim of my circumstances”.

There are those who live life like this. Repeating the same play again and again. Some in frustration. Others fighting. Many hopeless… or in despair.

We prefer titles that point to the mechanism by which the play doesn’t get beyond the second act, and ends up in a variation of the first.

Let’s try this: “Living by giving more authority to the circumstances than to your spiritual wisdom”.

Here’s another more simple: “To believe that the power is out there”.

One more: “To confuse the echo with your truth”.

Let’s see if this time we can experience the play differently:

Act I

The curtain rises. You show up in the scene.

Your life and your circumstances are the stage.

There you are, desiring. Excited. And aware about what no longer resonates with you. With your preferences becoming evident in your desires.

You express your intention to release the thoughts, emotions, behaviors and circumstances that no longer fits you. You decide to embrace what you want.

You declare and resolve to follow your resonance.

And with the high frequency of your excitement backstage, the curtain closes.

Act II Version 2

The curtain rises. You are still in the scene.

Now in action. Moving towards what was revealed to you in the previous act.

New circumstances appear.

Challenges. Problems. Confusing situations.

Inside, thoughts are stirred up. Doubt. Questioning. Imminent confusion.

Your surroundings seem to be saying that whatever you’re attempting, is not the way go. It’s as if circumstances would be indicating that the desires you connected with with so much excitement in Act I, are not manifesting.

But intuitively, you know it’s a mirage. A reflection of what you used to be, not of who you now are.

An echo. The projection of your energy and what you believed before the play even had begun.

You remember that the reflection in the mirror –how your physical life appears to be– usually takes a while to change.

It’s part of the game.

You acknowledge that the current act is giving you the opportunity to confirm your desires. It offers you the gift of stronger contrast.

Not to yield. But to connect even more with your freedom and power.

Not to resign. But to experience yourself even more as the owner of your state of being.

Not to break down. But to reconnect with the liberating experience of knowing that who you really are is above and beyond circumstances.

Not to crush you. But to have the direct experience of the ever-present consciousness and spiritual energy that transcends any circumstance.

Not to confine you. But to expand yourself into more of who you really are.

Intuitively, you decide to do the only thing that really makes sense:

To trust in who you really are beyond your mind and its doubts: Existence itself having an experience as a creator of life. And to follow your resonance.

Because you remember that circumstances do not have authority. Literally. They aren’t the “authors” of anything. You are. It’s your play.

Only your state of beingyour vibrational attitude— is what matters. What creates. What transcends. What ultimately becomes “matter”. What manifests.

You know that sooner or later the echo will cease. You know that in the mirror of your life, the energy you have chosen to stay with will be reflected.

It has no other choice. Because it doesn’t have a mind on its own.

You don’t know how it will happen. You don’t know what form will the reflections take. Neither when they will appear.

And in the middle of the scene, you relax. You choose to flow knowing that the how, the when and the where, are not to be known in advance by your mind.

They will be a surprise… a wonderful surprise. A gift from your soul to the mind with which you play this game, the one of being human.

Thus without anxiety or attachment, you rejoice in the appreciation of the beautiful contrast that your circumstances are offering to you.

And embracing the exciting opportunity to expand yourself into more of you…

The curtain closes.

Act III (yeahhh baby!)

The curtain opens. There you are…

Celebrating.

The stage: new circumstances. New life!

The confirmation of your intuition.

The reaffirmation of your unquestionable worthiness.

The experience of your excitement manifested.

You are enjoying the surprise of finding synchronicities and reflections that your mind would never have been able to foresee.

And like never before…

You know yourself to be a creator. You know yourself to be more than what can be seen. You know yourself as more of who you really are.

What life is, becomes evident: a wonderful and divinely mysterious game of exploration and expansion.

The curtain closes.

What do you title the play? *

Whatever you want to call it.

You are the one who decides.

Now and always.

And in the realization of your power to choose your state of being in any circumstance, you will be able to choose which version of the play to live when your heart burns from desire.

The one not going past the second act, where you find yourself over and over again in different versions of the first act.

Or the one of celebrating yourself in the third act. Over and over.

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  • For practical purposes, let’s give this title to the play: Manifesting Your New Reality in 3 Acts :-)

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