Yor Ryeter

Posts Tagged ‘Life’

[1: 1,985 of 10,000] Hard Is Temporary

In Journal on April 3, 2020 at 7:35 AM

Tiffany & Co

My favourite stories of hardship are the ones that end with beauty:

A diamond stone starts at the extraction from the ground, removal of excess rock, cleaving, sawing, bruiting/cutting, and polishing before it becomes one expensive jewellery.

A butterfly’s evolution started from being an egg, a larva, a pupa until it turns into a beautiful butterfly with magnificent wings.

Both stories looked so different from where they started because anything beautiful takes time. A seed needs time to grow. Patience is necessary to wait for the fruit. Hard is temporary.

I couldn’t stress enough that I have to remind myself that if I really want something glorious then I have to give my best, work for it, let go of my egoistic expectations, and then wait for the magic to unfold.

“Patience is not the ability to wait, but the ability to keep a good attitude while waiting.”
Anonymous.

[1: 1,983 of 10,000] Speaking My Truth

In Journal on March 29, 2020 at 8:44 PM

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My soul is burning for love and I have been trying to find my way back into it. The Source that is boundless and eternal and it was a struggle when I fill my mind with streams of noise instead of letting the stillness in.

I have the blindspot for doing it faster like my life depended on it. I have lived so many lives, do I really need to rush or slow down and witness the unfolding of life before my eyes and marvel to its beauty?

Everything that I ever need is within me. I don’t need anyone to complete me. I have to be full to reach my ultimate potential and be the best creator that I can be just like the Source that intricately weaves us all together.

Life is vast and evolving and each of us is contributing to its infinite expansion. With that appreciation of every human life, it’s getting clearer, I love who I am and I am one with everyone. As much as I love everyone, we all have our different path, a burning desire to follow through. My journey doesn’t include bringing all souls with me; but I can try, I most certainly can try but not compulsory and not required because as I travel my own so does others. The enlightenment that we so seek will make the call, and we will not miss it, even if it means taking several lifetimes.

Nothing we do will ever be wrong because it’s a detour to make a shift. I see you and the content of your heart, I could never put the right words but I feel it. I will never be able to define love but I can feel it. When I do feel it, my tears roll not because of sadness but for its pureness of truth that clears the cloud of fears, doubts, and deceit.

Photo by Harli Marten on Unsplash

[1: 1,981 of 10,000] My Current Favorites That Make My Heart Sings

In List on March 21, 2020 at 6:33 AM
Yor Ryeter Matcha Ice Cream

Soft served ice cream from Japan and the green one is Matcha with gold dusting, fancy huh! 😛

I’m in charge of what I feel! It’s my responsibility to find a better feeling thought. One of the secrets of feeling good is making a list of your favorites. Another secret, if you’re feeling good it’s the best time to manifest anything you want and make that Law of Attraction works for you.

  1. I love ice cream and I love the Matcha soft serve ice cream in Japan.
  2. I love the Amazing Day song of Coldplay that I’ve only discovered lately.
  3. I love my new Dior Rose Des Vents bracelet with malachite stone. It’s a lucky one!
  4. I love my grey Stella McCartney tee shirt, so soft!
  5. I love flowers, they brighten my day!
  6. I love notebooks and I have 8++ active ones for different subjects.
  7. I love my Dubai apartment and in times like this that working at home is advisable I’m so grateful that I’m in a space that I so love!
  8. I love words!
  9. I love and grateful to all my guardian angels guiding and surprising me!
  10. I love my life!

What’s yours?

[1: 1,980 of 10,000] God Promised A Rainbow

In Poem on March 21, 2020 at 6:07 AM

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I don’t fear that the world will end
God promised a rainbow
I’m holding to that
Because He never breaks a promise

This time think how can you enjoy life
Reboot to make better choices to get healthy
Feel the humanity of each one of us
To find the connection when it’s being challenged

Listen to the voices of the souls
Not the fear facade in separation
You will recognize it
It’s love, unconditional, no shape, no judgment, no boundaries

Dance to the beat of every melody
Have the extra skip in your stride
Worry not for tomorrow
But bring out your best right NOW

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[1: 1,979 of 10,000] Tell Me, What’s Your Deepest & Purest Desires?

In List on March 20, 2020 at 8:53 PM

“You have a magnificent vision as a result of what you’ve lived. In fact, you were born to live in that contrast to give birth to that dream, that’s why it’s so big to you.”
Abraham Hicks

  • I am love and loved unconditionally.
  • I am connected to everyone and everything.
  • I see a world that we love and care for one another.
  • I see men freely connected, flowing, and enjoying life.
  • I see a world that keeps on expanding because of our deepest and purest desires.
  • I see this world as a reflection of our expression of love in life.
  • God is love and if God is in each one of us then we are all love.
  • The oppositive of fear is love.
  • Why will I choose fear over love when love is my birthright?

Below are beautiful words from Abraham Hicks:

  • Love is vibrational alignment with source.
  • Love is the absence of resistance.
  • I love you so much I don’t care what you think.
  • The world is changing more to the things that I love.

[1: 1,976 of 10,000] The Greatest Positive Distraction In Life

In Article on February 7, 2020 at 6:33 AM

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If I am weary waiting for a man to send me a message, agitating for a someone or something to happen… I have to push myself to do a “positive” distraction to not lose my mind.

Before I go for the good distraction, I should confess my current rabbit hole mood and that’s watching Tarot Card reading for my horoscope in YouTube, geez too excited to find out about the future! Or starting a whole new series to watch in Netflix, it’s a whole new commitment so I better check how many episodes and how long each episode is.

Now the good stuff, there’s one key ingredient of what’s in the greatest distraction and it should be doing something that I love or similar to what am truly passionate about. Anything that brings me joy without guilt but peace are key. For instance, writing a blog, reading a helpful book for my learning or growth or entertainment, or going out to connect with other people. These distractions make me forget time and draws me into a flow.

What’s your positive distraction?

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[1: 1,975 of 10,000] Huh! Childhood Hurt?

In Journal on February 5, 2020 at 11:58 PM

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My inner self knew that I am complete and I am loved but the fact that I have never let romance into my life, I am seriously unconsciously blocking it. I hired someone to coach me, well, anytime I needed to really learn and overcome something I sign up to work with the right person.

My parents never gave me up, nothing like that, but when my sister was born just eleven months after I was born, my grandmother (mom’s mom) happily volunteered to take care of me until she passed away and I started going to school so I moved back home.

Here’s the weird part, when I was asked to go back to my childhood memories, the moment when I started to feel unlove, I couldn’t remember it and I remember a business email I received even two or three years back. I can only rely on stories and then suddenly I started crying and my heart is breaking. It made sense that I got to be carefree and independent, believing that people leave because they die so there’s no point of investing on love and life, and the little me felt left out by my parents.

I am finally strong today to tell young Yor that I am here to love her unconditionally, she doesn’t need to be alone anymore, and we can make the best of life and not believing death is the answer to end a pain and get away from a broken heart. I am healing and for that I am grateful.

Photo by Caroline Hernandez on Unsplash

 

[1: 1,969 of 10,000] Have You Answered ‘What’s My Purpose In Life’?

In Journal on July 14, 2019 at 5:07 PM

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At different times in my life, I have pulled out different answers and seek different places to help me come up with my answer.

The very first thing that made sense for me is I am here to spread the good news that there’s a God who created everything and I believe loves every human being. God is all-knowing that provides peace and the connection with everyone and everything. I don’t know everything and I don’t even have a language to describe my relationship with God but I’m contented for hearing about Him and I am spending the rest of my life deepening my relationship with Him through others and everything. The moment I have the sense of connection with God, feel His love and witness His miracles; I would like to share it with everyone so they may experience my joy.

Then added is I am here to create like my creator. I have a gift that can make me come alive whenever I am in the zone doing it. That whenever I am authentic for being myself, it inspires others to do great things. All because I am enjoying being me.

I am here to experience human life. To live in the present and love what is. To not believe the story that I create in my mind that is obsessed with worries, scarcity mentality, shame, and perfection.

My latest answer is I’m here to heal. I believed that people are born perfect but like my story, as I grow older, I have absorbed different pain including the pain of my parents that I forget my essence. I now believe that the first order is to take care of me and heal. To forgive myself and to examine my thoughts in order to make better choices in the present.

How about you, what is your purpose?

Photo by Michael Heuser on Unsplash

[1: 1,966 of 10,000] I Am Getting Old (Yay!)

In Journal on July 4, 2019 at 2:03 PM

Hair stylist Nat told me that my feeling whether am old or young depends on my perception. Will I defy the fact that I am having grey hair more than I have last year and the hair color that I used doesn’t necessarily cover the truth that I am aging?

I am starting to feel like I am broken; like a piece of toy that has parts that are starting to crumble and I don’t know how to stop it. I try to exercise, eat well, meditate, met a psychic, and yet I feel like I don’t understand the transition that I am going through. There’s a cloud over my head and I can’t see clearly and my body isn’t cooperating.

I have to be honest, it scares me to be old. What if I start forgetting things? What if I couldn’t be creative anymore? What if I get really sick? What if I have a bad back and broken bones? Those were my fears but just that fears but not my reality yet; so I am not losing hope. I know that this too will roll over like the rest of the things in the world.

[1: 1,965 of 10,000] The Defining Moment When I Knew I Desired To Write

In Journal on May 30, 2019 at 11:29 PM

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People who grew up loving what they do knew their deepest desire that they were meant to do it. I met a doctor who said, “I’ve always known that I wanted to become a doctor.” Great singers have the voice that blows our mind. Me… the defining moment when I knew I desired to write is because of my neighbour whom I considered an elder sister said, “You can make anything come true if you write it.”

My young mind understood that well I’ve always wanted a genie and that sounds pretty close in having one and the difference I didn’t even have a limitation of only three wishes. There was a time that my novel was a roadmap to my actual life, but that doesn’t always happen. What grew is my love affair with writing, not about making a wish come true, but it transitioned that it gives me the joy to write, and now I am at the point that I write to inspire people of what I write and for others to be infected of my joy because I am writing.

My beginning feels selfish and childish because it is what I was able to grasp and my point of experience in that life. Now, I am still selfish because I do write since it gives me pleasure but I think about others that may my writing gives another light to a path of seeing the beauty of life.

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