This morning started off with a broken apart schedule for us here in The Burrow.  Training days (with overtime work) are like that.  And it makes for some unrestful sleeping.

             I persevered though, and when it WAS time for me to wake up, I knew exactly what we were going to talk about in this post.  Change, it’s everywhere.  (Including this very week.)

It’s Always Happening

             No matter whether we fight it or embrace it, it’s there.  Never wavering, so steady.  Ticking away, counting down, moving along.

             If we aren’t like the river, and flowing with it, we’re battling against it.  And, as we know (holy crap, do we know!), that way is never successful.  And, often it hurts.

             Bits of change we can ignore, slightly.  Not for long, though.  Eventually it catches up, and we have to face it.

             What’s the simplest way?  Acceptance, obviously.  But that’s not easy, can even be one of our most challenging lessons.  Which is precisely why we DO have to address it.

             Once we let that struggle go, the peace sets in.  Our stress and suffering come to an end.  We are then better able to live in the here-and-now.

             Part of this concept is included in our daily draw.  Receiving and Releasing are connected on a primal and core level.  When we understand that, we have begun our transformative dance, moving and gliding smoothly.  With, not against.

            (Also, can someone come over to braid my hair?  It’s getting long [again], and I can’t do it on my own head.  Thanks!)


“Let Yourself Receive  ~

‘Allow others to give you loving care.

Receive without guilt or apologies.’

You are a giver, and you help others in so many ways.  Most of the time, you truly enjoy giving.  So, when you let others give to you, they experience the joy of giving.  

You give them a gift each time that you’re a gracious receiver.

By receiving, you replenish yourself, balancing the male and female energies within and around you.  By allowing yourself to receive, you swim in the flow of life, which washes away stagnant energy, bringing in new forms of abundance, creative ideas, and all types of opportunities.

Even the simplest act of receiving is healing, and it is a powerful step in the manifestation process.”

Today’s Deck:

Magical Mermaids and Dolphins Oracle Cards by Doreen Virtue

Today’s Gratitude:

is to say Thank You, in a heartfelt and sincere way, to all of you for showing up and listening to what this radio hears and shares.


4 thoughts on “At Least It’s Consistent

  1. I’d volunteer to do the hair, but you really don’t want that. Really. I have heard it said that change is the only constant, and that what you resist persists. Good advice from the card (and the radio) today. And I REALLY don’t miss the training days that screw up the regular schedule.

    1. On the plus side, my bedside alarm clock batteries died sometime while we slept, so overly-exhausted 536 slept WAY late…… and later I cheered!
      (He needed it, but wouldn’t admit that.) 😉

  2. Sorry, but I’m not real accepting of change right now. On top of the flu I’ve been dealing with for two weeks, my brother was rushed to the hospital and diagnosed with colon cancer that has spread to his liver as well. Anger doesn’t even begin to describe my mood. And now that the flu is receding I have to get back into a ‘normal’ routine because the world isn’t going to stop for this. The animals still need care, the laundry still needs done, my husband needs to get back to working full days (he had the flu, too), it all sucks. It’s even hard to get on the computer to do shit. I’m even having trouble just reading books. I’m just so fucking pissed. My kids are working/schooling trying to deal with this and I can’t fix this for them and the icing on the cake is the Drama Queen of Doom and Despair (my mother) who is just a hair away from getting bitch slapped by me. This isn’t about her, damn it. I get so tired of her shit.

    I just got off the phone with her, ugh. I was going to delete the above rant, but denying my anger is a ‘not good’ thing so I’m told. I need to do ‘normal’ and at least go through the motions even though I don’t want too. So here I am. I won’t comment every day, I can only stand so much of myself in this mood, I don’t want to inflict it on all of you. Thanks for listening.

    1. You are most welcome. It’s safe here.

      On the other hand, now that you’ve ranted, try to come back to

      lovingkindness. (And detachment from the toxic, upsetting crap.)

      It really will help.

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