You Picked Your Parents

Sometimes in life it is beneficial to reverse engineer it to have a clearer understanding of how your life has unfolded, led you to where you are now and prepared you for what lies ahead.

you pick your parents before you are born
You pick your parents before you are born

Your life usually starts with the selection of your parents.

Before your arrival you are aware of what your mission, purpose, message and song will be. You scour the planet looking for just the right parents to maximize your development, to hone your life skills and find the melody of your song.

You know your life will need enough environmental thicket to build your character, compassion, and emotional acumen so that when you exit the jungle of your training camp you will be better prepared to fully engage and assume the responsibility of being true to your calling.

Your parents are a key component in preparing you for your life’s journey and though it may feel accidental, there was no randomness in which family you were born into, the circumstances of your birth, or the journey that resulted from the moment you emerged as your new self.

Prior to your inception you scoured the planet for the ideal circumstances that would lead to building you into the person you would need to be to accomplish your mission. Unfortunately your incarnation separates you from the greater part of yourself which is a necessary part of the journey if you are to train effectively for the mission that lies ahead.

It’s not uncommon for someone to ask, “Why?” Why wasn’t I born into a different family? Why this family? Why under these circumstances? Or any number or variations in the question, but if you can look deep inside that quietest most aware part of you knows your life, beginning with your parents was no accident. You carefully selected them at the right time, in the right place and under the unique circumstances prevalent at the time to assure you would have what it takes to achieve your highest and best.

As you become more aware of the perspective of your higher self the seemingly random acts begin to transform into highly purposeful, precisely timed turning points resulting in either redirecting your path or assisting in your learning lessons promoting personal growth, making you even more prepared for what lies ahead.

Experiences that once perplexed you because of their negative impact on your life suddenly have deeper meaning as you realize they were necessary to fashion you into the person you were intended to transform into.

When things are at their worst and it feels like there’s no way out, no possible way to go on, you know you are at a critical junction in your life’s journey. If you are there, right now, you can rest assured that the best part is about to take place. If you have already come through the bleakest moment of your life, you know it’s true. You would never be where you are now, if you didn’t go through that part of the process.

And it all starts with the parents you chose to launch your mission of life.

If it wasn’t for them, you would not be the person you have become – and are becoming – to fully emerge as the hero of your life’s story.

Could I have picked better parents? No way. If I was to become the person that I am, I couldn’t think of anyone better who could have helped me find my way here. I did such a good job of picking them and now that I am more aware, I am even more appreciative of all the opportunities that I have been exposed to that helped me to have experiences and develop skills I would have otherwise been deprived of, if born under any other circumstances.

And if you are a parent, it becomes apparent how blessed you are that your children chose you at the right place, the right time and under the unique circumstances to maximize their life’s journey.

I send an enormous outpouring of heartfelt gratitude to the children who picked me as their point of entry, as they are the bling in my life and I love them so much. I can’t imagine my life without them.

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