It’s that time of the year when the caps, gowns, and tassels come out and the academic world advances another group of minds to their next level. I, personally, am watching my third child graduate from high school this month. Talk about a sense of completion. For both of us. She never missed a day in 13 years and I never missed making a lunch! Lots of days; lots of lunches!
I overheard her friends talk about how “special” this time is in life and how it is so important to have no regrets, do it all. The world is your oyster. You can do anything! Last year Is done and over, completed, finished. A fresh start. No missing assignments, no less than stellar grades to recover from. I started thinking well if it takes graduating to be special, what’s the rest of our lives – not special? Un-special? So I decided to take a closer look at this concept of graduating.
I was recently ordained into the Order of Melchizedek by Dan Chesbro. He referred to death as simply a graduation. I like that analogy. So when I began this analysis of the graduation concept, I thought why wait until you are done here in this physical plane to wipe the slate clean, when we can graduate anytime we choose?
Why not apply “graduation” to everything? I graduated from yesterday to today. I’m going to celebrate and make today all it can be so I’ll have no regrets. My slate is wiped clean and I am starting fresh. Yes, that feels good! Actually awesome. What shall I create for myself today knowing that I will again graduate to tomorrow? Something perfect and complete because I will never have today again. Taken further, I am graduating from awake to asleep…what do I want to create there too? Or I am graduating from these angry emotions to ones of peace…what do I want to create there?
You get the picture. The concept of “graduating” fuels our cycle of conscious creation. It allows and supports completion, the clean slate many long for to begin anew. Woohoo! Now that’s something to celebrate!
So in conclusion, I am graduating from this blog post knowing I created something special out of the seemingly un-special. I am graduating from the un-special way of life to a life of creation.
Congratulations to everyone for graduating from yesterday to today! I look forward to what we will create today!
Facilitator, Trinity Energy Progression™