Living, as we do, in this fallible bodies, on this lovely blue and green rock, there are limitations. Ones we all battle with, yet try to accept and embrace.
That’s what our message is about today, that physicality we must handle, deal with, and manage. How, in this world, we sometimes feel bound, by time and place.
When we work within the restrictions though, we gain immeasurable benefits. Also, it’s just less painful. The struggle is less, and we learn more, when we let go. (As we have heard. Repeatedly.)
But what is the best way to release? And to come to terms with these constant and annoying delays that try our patience?
The solution is, like we heard yesterday, a simple one. It’s not an EASY one, but it is basic and free. The answer is: acceptance.
When we have delays, all we need to do is wait. They go away. As all things do. Both good and bad. Wait it out, all of it will end, eventually. Only to loop back again, and start over. The process of time is eternal.
To enforce this reminder, I was (loudly!) directed out of our regular rotation around the card altar, and (loudly!) instructed to minimally utilize the guidebook, while enhancing the definition with channeled assistance for our daily draw.
“Angel of Soul Love ~
‘Time to look at how you value yourself – issues of self-love.’
. . . . all happens as an act of love. Stand up for yourself regardless of what others think or say and know that you are eternally worthy of love.
In essence, you are a wondrous and beautiful being of light and love. You are held in eternal embrace by the soul of creation, loved and valued more than you will ever know.”
To keep ourselves “in time” and “on time” it is suggested that we begin from within. Self-care, self-love, soul-love is all the same starting point, the first step.
From there, we can go anywhere. At any time, and without worry of delay. Because we ARE on time, we ARE the loved and cared for children of the Universe. Besides, to be delayed is to be given a gift of mindfulness, a moment in the now.
Angels, Gods, and Goddesses Oracle Cards by Toni Carmine Salerno
Today’s Weather Sharing:
is this “extra” picture from my Almanac calendar.
Every month has two views, and a question answered. Here is our first installment for 2015:
“How does freezing rain form?
Cold air aloft produces snow that falls through warm air underneath. The snow melts into rain and continues to fall, passing through a shallow layer of cold air that has cooled surfaces to below freezing nearer to the ground. When the rain hits these surfaces, it turns to ice. If 1/4 inch or more of ice accumulates, the event is call an ice storm.”