Is what we think as important as what we do? We all know that it is. This truth is what I woke up with today.
It’s also about what the concept of Affirmations and Manifestations is built on. This is where the Universe would like us to focus right now.
Intention – Action
Especially when it comes to Self-Care, but also as far as the rest of the world is concerned. So basically, within and without.
Being aware, being mindful, we know it makes a difference. We need only stop for a quick moment, breathing deeply, and we can FEEL it.
The Action of Intention is as worthwhile as the Intention of Action. Both, and each, have value, combined and individually. Acknowledgement of our thoughts, taking time to honour our movements, these are the steps on which to focus.
At the same time, we have this delightful validation and encouragement from our daily draw. (This illustration is simplicity personified. And yet, it delivers the exact right tone and emotion. [And in real life, it’s even prettier.])
“Expecting Miracles ~
‘Miracles are blossoming in my life.’
Majestic wonders are unfolding for you, even as you read this. Watch for them and embrace them.
The more you become aware of the small marvels in your life, the more they will grow in magnitude around you.
The Universe wants you to know:
What is expected tends to be realized. Expect miracles in your life. Celebrate and cherish them when they appear, no matter how small they may seem.
Let go of fear and expectations; allow the Creator to solve your challenges in mysterious and wondrous ways. Don’t limit they ways in which you think miracles can appear in your life.
Know that you can be the miracle in the life of another.
Questions to ask yourself:
How can I be even more open to miracles blossoming in my life? What are the miracles that are occurring now or are coming in the future? How am I a miracle for others?
Miracles are blossoming in my life.”
Gateway Oracle Cards by Denise Linn
begins with this glaringly illegal example from……
….. famous potatoes.
Oh yeah, must be Idaho (couldn’t tell, because the frame is totally obscuring the state! But I happen to recognize the colouring and configuration), continuing on with one of the Dakotas, a singular Missouri, and a rare but welcome New Hampshire. (It’s been a slow week for travelers, here. Apparently.)