Believe me when I say that I’m learning my lessons at a glacial pace. Reframing, acceptance, positivity, and changing every-fucking-thing you’ve ever been taught is damn difficult. (Spice that shit up with addiction and disorders aplenty, yee haw!)
Each new day though, I get up. And I begin again. I try harder. I ask more questions. I look for more help. I seek more knowledge. I apply what I can and I share what I come across.
Today’s message reminds us of one short-cut, a nice simple suggestion that truly always comes through. It’s a singular method of sustaining that carries us along for the duration.
Here’s what I heard:
As in, to accept whatever is sent, with arms flung wide. Because when we set down those old, worn-out/no-longer-working constructs and ideas, we make space for what really helps.
Sure, it’s about Release, still/again. But it’s also this gentle nudge in a more beneficial direction. Possibly a route we didn’t even know existed.
We can’t see ALL the options. We can however, be in a more open state of mind, available to view potential once it has been made visible.
Since we know that there is a universal connection, on our card altar right now is the exact validation to show this particular point, from yet ANOTHER angle.
“Unexpected Visitors ~ 41
‘If you expect the unexpected, you’ll be prepared for miracles.’
Detours, surprises, and paradigm shifts . . .expect the unexpected. No matter how detailed your plans are, and how clear you believe the road ahead to be, there are times when the best plans are waylaid by unforeseen circumstances.
At first, detours may seem inconvenient, but a surprise turn of events signals that the adventure of life is beginning to get interesting.
No one can plan for synchronicity – for fate and destiny to meet – except Spirit, who knows what you can’t comprehend for now.
Life is full of surprises, so stay on your toes and enjoy this exciting new adventure you weren’t expecting. There is a plan for your life that may not match up with your agenda.”
The Enchanted Map Oracle Cards by Colette Baron-Reid
is THIS contribution, just so we have a head’s up. (And, it explains a lot, for me personally. A. Lot.)