"Integration happens by moving out of the head, where you are in the victim/perpetrator mindset, and into the heart center. The heart center doesn't have any filters that say, 'I'm limited. I'm not enough.' When you are heart centered you move into the perception of co-creator. You are a co-creative being, and you can see how and why you create an experience and how it is of service to you."
This article is a simple reminder and invitation for us all to observe the illusion of lack, which is the very story we tell ourselves that drives us to chase things externally. Now is a good time to relinquish the habit of seeking out and allow the fear behind it to reveal itself. We can allow ourselves to feel it, bring up all the stories surrounding it, and choose again: do I hold on or do I let go? Do I need to keep living this way? Are my stories of lack true? Do they allow me to expand or do they restrict me?
"Are you always trying to get somewhere other than where you are? Is most of your doing just a means to an end? Is fulfillment always just around the corner, or confined to short-lived pleasures, such as sex, food, drink, drugs, or thrills and excitement? Are you always focused on becoming, achieving, and attaining, or alternatively chasing some new thrill or pleasure? Do you believe that if you acquire more things you will become more fulfilled, be good enough, or psychologically complete? Are you waiting for a man or woman to give meaning to your life? In the mind-identified state of consciousness, the power and infinite creative potential that lie concealed in the Now are completely obscured by psychological time. Your life then loses its vibrancy, its freshness, its sense of wonder. The old patterns of thought, emotion, behaviour, reaction, and desire are acted out in endless repeat performances, a script in your mind that gives you an identity of sorts but distorts or covers up the reality of the Now." - Eckhart Tolle