Today’s post will be a combination of messages, from several sources.  (Only one of which is me.)  It’s gonna be a team effort!

             First, we’re going to start with what I was shown this morning.  This statement is our jump-off point.

Believe in the Good.

             Which was accompanied by some truly enchanting images.  (I really wish that you could see what I see, this morning it was amazing and way cool.)

             Here, we are talking about the concept of thinking-to-being.  We know about  how positive thoughts bring positive manifestation (and the reverse).  So, it’s not “blind faith” as much as it’s “look around and SEE the blessings” which will then create more of the same.

             Add this idea to our daily draw, which is outside of the regular rotation, because later I’m going to add some passages/thoughts from the companion book.

oracle cards, encouragement messages

“Encouragement  ~  54  ~

You are receiving a nudge in the right direction.

This card tells you that you’re being gently encouraged to step into your power, into the dream of your life.  New things are out there to be explored, and the nurturing power of the universe is giving you a nudge in the right direction.

You will get the help you need and won’t be alone in your quest.  Every step you take right now is supported by the wisdom of the universe!

You are on the right path . . . keep going.”

              To Believe in the Good is to accept that we are worthy of this Encouragement.  That we ARE able to receive this help, and “keep going” on our path.

Today’s Deck:

The Enchanted Map Oracle Cards by Colette Baron-Reid

Today’s Sharing:

is from the book of the same name.  We have this to think about, and combine with the rest.  Because, wow.  (You might want to read it twice.)

“Although we sometimes avoid observing ourselves because we fear that what we see will be too painful, often we’re not looking at ourselves and our patterns simply because we are on autopilot.  We’re reacting to the events  in our lives and the emotions and thoughts we are having without imagining how we might create something different from our current experience.”

             And later, there was another piece that needed to be shared.  (Again, go over this more than once.  And let it just sit with you for a sec.)

“….. it’s not that emotions sustain themselves indefinitely, but rather that you continually regenerate them.”

             She sums up this bit with one more thought.

“As spiritual beings temporarily having a human experience, we’ve chosen to live within time . . . to perceive that there is a past, present, and future.”

             That last one?  I’m jotting it down, and plan on toting it around with me.  Probably for days and days.

4 thoughts on “Strongly Going Forward

  1. “…we’ve chosen to live within time…” Now that is a concept. It makes me wonder if those folks who have “trouble” with time are somehow in a different space, spiritually, that others. I suspect this could fit my Mom to a “T”, although she usually said something along ‘time is numbers and numbers are confounding’ to explain her lack of time awareness.

    I am also interested in this deck…

    Just, yes.

    10:34 p.m.

  2. Wow. Just wow. I like all of this.

    “…simply because we are on autopilot. We’re reacting to the events in our lives and the emotions and thoughts we are having without imagining how we might create something different from our current experience.” This is definitely a train to get off of. The question is how to maintain/create enough of a distance in my brain to remember.

    Just get outta my way when I’m in a hurry/busy/stressed. ‘Squirrel!’ Or hamster on a wheel, sometimes. I’m good at punting when something justs pops, but life isn’t made of crisis. It’s made up of the day to day constant little stuff that can slowly erode.

    So I have no idea how long I’ve been sitting here staring at this. My food is gone and I’ve run out of tea and my butt is sore. (Sitting in hard chairs is not a good thing for me.) This also goes back to the whole awareness thing. Perhaps awareness breaks throughout the day? Make it like a job? Set a timer? Something to derail the autopilot? I think I may have to use you as a jumping off point for a blog post so that I think about this some more…

    Yep. I know just what you mean.

    10:35 p.m.

  3. I agree with Robin about awareness (and mindfulness) as helping to derail the autopilot. Even if you just do a little bit each day, it can grow and awareness is antithetical to autopilot.

    Yeah, big-time powerful messages in those few short sentences.

    10:36 p.m.

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