It seems as though we sometimes (often?) take blame for things/situations which are not our responsibility. Are we doing it consciously? Is it cultural? (Does it matter?)
What the Universe wants us to remember today is that we are holding close more than we need to.
It’s (another!) letting go lesson. It’s about stepping way from guilt. It’s about how we are so much more than that unnecessary unhappiness.
Some circumstances simply are; no one, no one’s actions, need be called “responsible” – shit happens. Really.
To move past these moments is to move forward and move up. To learn and to heal. To retain our power and to be strong.
In that vein, within our regular rotation around the card altar right now we have the following inspiration.
“Dwelling in Truth ~
‘I stand in the light of truth.’
The soul loves the truth. Be honest with yourself and listen to your inner guidance. Follow it by speaking your truth.
To thine own self be true. You radiate the energy of truth to others so that they can find their truth.
The Universe wants you to know:
There is a place inside of you that always knows the truth. Take time to be still, to discover that genuine place of knowing within.
Often the hardest thing about living your truth is discovering what it is, so it’s important to slow down, be quiet, and listen to the whispers of your soul.
If there’s an area of your life in which you are not being authentic or where you’re not living in integrity, this is the time to make some changes.
Questions to ask yourself:
Is there an area of my life where I am not living with integrity? What do I need to do to be in accordance with my deepest truth? Is there anyone who isn’t being truthful with me, and do I need to take action regarding this situation?
I stand in the light of truth.”
Gateway Oracle Cards by Denise Linn
Today’s (Belated) Sharing:
is this view of my recent acquisitions from the second-hand store (promised weeks back).
. . . . . not including the two white (plastic*) lids, and the fruit. (And the candy that I made, plus those nuts, which were previously living in a bag.) Dan chose the enameled colander and I snagged that wonderful deviled egg dish.
My jar collection is coming along!
*I’d rather not have to have ANYthing plastic around me, but these are fairly innocuous, and I ended up with plenty, years ago, so I use them.