We have two options when it comes to a walk down Memory Lane. There’s our past life lessons, and there are those from the shell that we’re wearing as a body this time around. Both are valuable. Both are useful tools for our evolution.
When we apply them, in aid of where we are right now, and what will help us the most, we’re progressing and expanding and learning, for the highest good of all.
Which is a way of honouring how far we’ve come. By acknowledging all that we’ve accomplished up to this point, we offer ourselves validation. Because truly, we ARE moving forward, and ever spiraling up.
Checking in with our newest stack today, the suggestion we are being given helps to free us of any concerns about looking-back-to-move-ahead.
“Risk ~ 43 ~ Joy Guides ~
Curiosity, Delight, Bliss, Charisma
Life feels good right now, and you’re barely scratching the surface of what’s possible. Follow your Joy Guides as they lead you into this new, sensual, and highly appealing territory.
Flaunt your sexy self. Flirt. Laugh. Explore. Take your free spirit for a walk on the wild side. Don’t be afraid of daring exploits. You need to push the limits past the familiar, the predictable, and the safe, free from fear’s grip.
This will give you the psychic juice to create. Your Joy Guides’ message:
Let your hair down and live a little.”
Ask Your Guides Oracle Cards by Sonia Choquette
is this view from Mom’s kitchen table. After my son showed up.
When asked what he could contribute to dinner, I asked for a few Jones type sodas. Because I don’t drink alcohol, my choices are sometimes limited to just what everyone else is using for mixers. So, being my birthday dinner, I felt entitled to a festive beverage. And I wanted a cherry in the glass.
This is what happens when Jade goes shopping. And the person sending him to the store is not specific enough. With J.D. (as with our mind darts/prayers and Celestial Intentions), we must be VERY specific.
(Yes, he also brought smoked salmon. Which he’d received from a guy at work. And some canned English puddings. For those? It’s a long story. Which I’m sure is documented here on this site, someplace.)
Thank you family, for making this meal so entertaining, celebratory, and delicious.