Positively Prideful

             For being kind of an impatient person, I’ve never had a problem with waiting rooms.  Standing in line is different, it can get annoying, mostly because I’d rather sit than stand (what with my on-going edema issues).

             But taking a seat (a forced rest!) and being self-occupied, I’m generally just fine with.  In fact, I get some of my best messages and insights that way.

             Like what I was shown for right now.  A beautiful image filled my view as I gazed up through a skylight into the clouds.  I knew instantly that our topic would be an important one.

Proudly

             It’s about bringing the body you’re in to the game (party, event, class, situation, location).  Walk with pride, exactly as we are.

             Because who and what we are in this particular second?  It’s precisely correct for us at this moment.

             Our scars, our wrinkles, our pounds, our experiences, these are all our awards.  They are the prizes we have won by merely getting this far.

             They are our blessings and our gifts.  Nothing about who we are is a mistake or a failure.  Nothing.  No.  Thing.

             When we aren’t being our proud and sacred selves, we are cheating those we love of our full and complete presence.  It’s unfair, to them, and to us.

             We can have pride in who we are, simply for arriving at this point and being so wonderfully and genuinely us.

             On our card altar, we are able to expand on this even further, by letting go, releasing that clinging need, and proudly creating as we feel drawn to.

desire attachment

“Wishing Well  ~  48

‘Desire is the sacred impulse for life.

Feel it, but let go of all attachment to ownership.’

Desire is the most important impulse for creating life.  Now you are seeing the relationship between desire and inspiration, and sensing that moment of truth when you feel the inception of new life.

It is an ‘aha!’ moment when everything makes sense.

Perhaps you recognize a soul mate, or are conceiving a baby, or an idea.  The Wishing Well card awakens you to the presence of unseen forces that enable new beginnings.

Divine intelligence activates the field of possibilities where new life is co-created in a magical way.  Neither you nor anyone else can know how or why this happens.  It just does.

To that end, you can’t control the process of growth.  Rather, you must step aside to be a channel for higher forces and relinquish any attachment to how this new creation should appear, or when.

Form your intention, and take action by dropping the coin into the Wishing Well; then trust in Spirit.  Prepare to be amazed.”

Today’s Deck:

The Enchanted Map Oracle Cards by Colette Baron-Reid

Today’s Sharing:

is this small piece I recently ran across.  It seemed so perfect for us.

Kindness.

Doesn’t cost a damn thing.

Sprinkle that shit everywhere.

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3 thoughts on “Positively Prideful

  1. “Sprinkle that shit everywhere” indeed. It costs so little to be kind, and works wonders. Your waiting and kindness story reminds me of a time I had 1. the wrong time for an appointment and 2. was late to the wrong late time appointment due to very poor routing decisions on my part. They cancelled my appointment (per their policy), charged me (per their policy). The poor woman who got to tell me this also got to ask me if I wanted to go and update my info since they had just switched to a new computer system. I said “sure, might as well” and we had a very pleasant time at it. When we were done, she thanked me for not being mad. I replied (more or less) that she hadn’t written down my appointment time a half hour later than it was, and she hadn’t told me to drive via Coburg Rd. during construction. She told me, that in her experience, that really didn’t matter much to people. I also got the cancellation charge removed from my bill because I had transacted important business. Spread that shit everywhere….

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