I ran off to see Blue Jasmine, Woody Allen’s new picture. The one about the New York socialite who has a breakdown and imposes on her sister in San Francisco.
Absolutely loved taking a trip to San Francisco and seeing so many of the views and places I left my heart during a trip there a couple of years ago.
But other than that it is a little tiresome. Which is kind of the point. That as human beings we make decisions based on our feelings and as a consequence repeat the same patterns in our lives over and over. And spew projections over each other in the process. Tiresome.
It makes for a good check in. Are you making your decisions according to reactive feelings stemming from limiting beliefs? Or instead making real decisions aligned with a deeper commitment, with an intention, guided by your intuition?
As a result are you spooling in an old pattern? Or genuinely experiencing life in the moment, growing, unfolding, becoming more of yourself?
Always good to get a nudge, a reminder and realign accordingly. Thanks Woody.
But nowhere near as good as Midnight in Paris. Not even close.