by Brad Wallis
We talk a lot about inspiration that comes to each of us in some form or another. Some don't pay attention to anything in their life except what it is that is going to affect what they are doing or where they are going.
Inspiration comes from many venues in your existence. For some it is the driving force in their lives.
Why is it that you are driven to have the career that you have?
What is it that drives you in a certain direction in your life?
Where do your thoughts come from?
Do you dream at night or during the day?
Where does that come from?
Does it really matter as to what you are doing?
Have you ever asked yourself that question before?
What am I doing?
How about who am I being?
There is an eternal concept that states; IT IS NOT WHAT YOU ARE DOING, BUT, WHO ARE YOU BEING! So... WHO ARE YOU BEING? WHO ARE YOU?
When you begin to understand that question you understand what this life is all about.
Below is a poem I wrote many years ago and it seems to hold value at this moment. It is titled; Rabbit Tracks....
I woke up this morning to the fresh fallen snow that was covering the ground, just like a big white blanket. I noticed rabbit tracks that had left little imprints in the new snow. It got me thinking of the imprints we leave, or should I say impressions that we leave in our lives and the affect that they have on those who we not only come in contact with, but also those who come across them in they’re lives.
Seldom do we think that what we are doing is an impression of who we are. If we knew we were leaving a lasting impression in cement would we be doing the thing it is we are doing? Is it something you will regret the rest of your life?
Lets look at it this way... Imprints left behind are the demonstrations to ourselves of the potentials that we have and the imprints create the discoveries of our connection to those potentials and give
us a superior version to our individual identity. In other words... do we look at impressions as a gift or do we look at them as something to forget? Both are learning experiences...and oh...how we love learning experiences... If you knew that every time you did something that you left an impression on someone else, or in the cement for others to see, how differently would you act? Would you change anything? And what about those who have passed on and left imprints in your own souls cement? Did they not impress or even supress you somewhat?
What gave you your identity? And when you are gone what impression will you leave for others?
Do we sit back and wait for a new layer of snow to fall and cover up the impressions, or do we wait for the snow to slowly melt and distort the tracks left behind, so we no longer have to recognize what the impression was originally?
Only for the moment do we see the imprints then we move on....my thanks today for the rabbit who left an impression on me that will never go away...
So what is it that impresses you? Are you aware of the things that go on around you and do you see any value in any of it? Do you believe source would do anything that isn't impressive in it's existence? Do you see yourself as the source of things in your life?
Start looking at things differently and appreciate some of those little things and watch what happens in your life.
In 2008, Brad Wallis was in a car accident after which he had a near death experience. In the 8 hours he was gone, he was being taught by a group of beings who agreed to come back him, when Brad agreed to come back, to teach human beings what this realm of existence is all about. Brad's brain is still healing after the accident, and his wife Kasey became an open conduit for Julius, the name of the group of multi-dimensional, high light, high energy beings. Brad & Kasey Wallis now devote their life to sharing Julius's teachings.