Morning Musings – 90 Days of Inspiration: Day 86

Witness to the Process

Everything in life is threaded through patterns in a process that lends itself to our growth and transformation.

We can be pulled along in life without change, plodding along oblivious to all the beauty and magic right before our eyes. The challenge seems to be rooted in our inability to be in a space where we can truly appreciate life in and of itself.

Spending the years yearning, searching, striving, wanting, needing and reaching for something that sometimes seems just out of reach. This “thing” that eludes us, tantalizing and teasing, can shake the very foundation of who we are.

I had an awakening after healing from Fibromyalgia that rocked my world. This was the beginning of a new perspective of what is and what is not….real. I became a witness to the process.

Becoming an observer, not so much a participator, in life’s expression through me and others has opened a world that is mystical, amazing and comprised of so much more than meets the eye.

Embedded in the eye of the beholder is a curiosity that bestows upon the viewer a landscape far and wide filled with wisdom beyond comprehension.

We are inspired by the tiniest and most expansive open arms waiting to embrace us, as we surrender to the warmth of the wings of unconditional love. I have learned and continue to gain knowledge of what the meaning of life really is from my perch on the branch of the tree of life.

There is no end and no beginning, only the subtle ebb and flow of the whisper of life’s feather gently moving side to side dispersing the energies for an everlasting and continuous balance that seems to come un-seamed by the actions of man and the swirling of the mental mind.

Will we ever really all become witness to the evolution we are a part of, where through destruction the opportunity for regrowth is born?

The information I have shared in this series is just the tip of the iceberg, but in its strength, we can be courageous in our life quest. To burst out of the cocoon, the single thread wrapped around and around creating a haven for the gestation of what is yet to become of us.

Life is but a teardrop in the vast ocean merging with the greatness of an endless horizon yet to be discovered. The power of thought, creation and wisdom of the ages, gives us a torch to light the pathways of those lost and others who have just begun their journey. Become a witness to the process with life’s outstretched hand ready to guide and support on the winding road to renewal and a rebirth as the Phoenix Rises through each milestone of mankind.

–Eileen Bild


Eileen Bild
Eileen Bild
EILEEN is Founder of The Core Thinking Blueprint Method, CEO of Ordinary to Extraordinary Life, Executive Producer of OTELproductions, and talk show host for OTEL TALK. She holds a Masters in Transpersonal Psychology and is a published author, Internationally Syndicated Columnist, contributing author to the inspiring book Chaos to Clarity: Sacred Stories of Transformational Change and Breakthrough S.P.A.R.K. Coach. Eileen and her husband Trevor are a power couple whose foundation is a 360 view of the world through inspiring, uplifting, and empowering others. Maximizing performance, communication, and drive for growth for your highest achievement is what you will experience working with Eileen and Trevor. They are owners and producers for ROKU channels KNOB TV, OTEL TALK, and OTEL MUSIC VIDEOS; and develop channels for professionals and businesses. They collaborate with companies, such as 360° Nation/Dennis Pitocco, musicians, entrepreneurs, and many more. Go from Ordinary to Extraordinary!

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  1. You cannot spend your days without a purpose, without “dreams” and without goals. We must believe more in ourselves and at a certain point give a “turning point” to our lives, with courage and determination, we must jump, try, live! Life is one and sometimes it is very cruel and harsh, each of us must live it to the fullest possible! We must let go of what does not bring positivity in our lives because it is the first step towards happiness. This is true from the most important thing to nonsense, but the fundamental key is that in life it takes so much courage. It is not at all easy to decide to make important decisions and to revolutionize one’s life, but sometimes it is not necessary to make drastic choices to arrive at a sort of serenity, sometimes it is enough to insert in one’s day something that makes us happy, something that makes us alive and that stimulates us!

    • Aldo….Yes, we must jump, try, live. From my experience those harsh and cruel times are the ones that have made me stronger and somewhat wiser. I strive to live more fully because of the tough times. Absolutely, letting go that which pulls us down, which does take courage and faith in the choices we make take us where we wish to be. So true, sometimes the simple things…like closing eyes, slow breath in and out…can be very thing that brings us peace in the moment. Ahhh…finding those things that makes us alive and is stimulating…is key to happiness for sure. Thank you for chiming in. Seems you understand the process.

    • Thank you for paying attention to my comment and adding your thoughts.
      I wish you all the best and spend pleasant and peaceful Christmas parties with you and your loved ones.

  2. It was Thoreau who said, “The mass of men live lives of quiet desperation”; as you said, ” pulled along in life without change….”. I believe we all come to a point in our lives where we ask the ‘big’ questions…..”Is this all there is?”, “What is my purpose?” and those questions invariably lead to even bigger ones about Intelligent Design or evolution. These are good questions……they pull us to become participants rather than observers. I appreciate your thoughts.

    • Mike….I think you are correct. Is this all there is and is there really a purpose? A question we may forever be asking that does lead to more questions as you have mentioned. Interesting you say it pulls us to be participators more so than observer. In my experience, the more I study and learn about life, it’s principles and how I am a part of it ALL, along with everything else, I have become more of an observer. Stepping in as a participator as desired and when I intuit the right timing of action. When I think about your statement, are you coming from the perspective that as a participant one becomes a part of the process without stress or strain? Therefore, when the observer there is no action, but with the desire to seek out the answers to the questions, one must participate to generate momentum for more information and more questions. Does that sound about right? Would love to hear more of your insights. And, happy you appreciate my thoughts…I have endless amounts, lol. 🙂

    • Larry…thank you! Yes, it seems there is always a catalyst for the choices we make and the directions we go in each chapter of our lives.