I love these moments of clarity. It's like little messages from the heavens being revealed to me. The problem I noted was that I quickly "forgot" all about the a-ha as my day progressed. It actually didn't take much time at all for the a-ha to get so dim that I had to really think to get it back.
If we don't focus on the light bulb moment when it comes and continue with the everyday stuff that needs to be done, it starts to burn out, so much so that you might loose that light all together.
If you had this happen to you, I would love to hear about it. OR if you manage to hold onto those moments, HOW do you do it?
I guess I never notice how quickly these moments can fade. For me that realization was kind of scary. I do tend to write a lot when things affect me. (As you can see with this blog). But for some reason this morning I did not. Maybe I was too into what I had to get done. Maybe I had family obligations to take care of at the moment.
If we don't focus on those insights that come to us even in not the best of times. We might miss out on an opportunity to get to know how we tick, why we are doing the things we are doing, and maybe how to make our lives better.
My advice to you and myself is to take a little time no matter what is going on during that light bulb moment. Really process it, take it to heart, remember the feel that comes with the A-Ha.
It might just change your whole being. Those insights are our soul's way of reaching out to us, of letting us know who we really are, what we really need.
I hope that you get many light bulb moments in your life. I encourage you to cultivate the space you need to receive those messages in whatever way works for you. Be it yoga, meditation, being in nature, daydreaming, or just quiet time.
Thanks for reading. Keep in touch.