Sooner or later, the life we live comes to an end. But the conclusion of this life is merely the close of a single chapter in our soul’s journey, with death providing the conduit to whatever comes next. Whenever that end comes, the more at peace we are with the transition, the more we’ll get out of the experience, not only of what we’re going to but also of what we’re leaving behind.
As physical beings, we’re innately accustomed to living life in a reality where nearly all of its elements—like us—have defined physical parameters. Those inherent boundaries give shape, definition and limitation to everything we encounter within this existence. But, strange though it may seem to some of us, boundaries are not limited to just the physical aspects of our world; they also provide limits to things of a nonphysical nature, like our emotions and the frameworks of our interpersonal relationships.
As seasoned conscious creation practitioners know, the beliefs we hold in creating our individual realities are often present in multiple areas of our lives. In this regard, our beliefs frequently function like a computer’s operating program, providing a basis that supports all the application programs running on top of it. Consequently, the beliefs that govern the flow of things in one area of our life may also be at work governing the flow of things elsewhere, too, and this is plainly apparent in Micky’s experience as a fighter in the ring and a fighter in everyday life.