I’ve talked a lot about our Team. But today we’re branching out. This message came through so sparklingly clear and bright that I was almost startled by it.
We’re focusing on beginning from within, and rippling out. (It’s also appropriate that I’m typing this on Martin Luther King Day…..)
Across All Lines
We’re being reminded of how important coöperation is. Helping each other, regardless of color or religion or background, or any other label someone has thought up.
The most valuable way to reach across and lend a hand is to leave all judgment behind and think of the greater good. Replace negativity with, “how may I serve?” and you’ve already taken the first step.
Global healing takes the work of us all. Sending our prayers or thoughts or mind darts to someone in need, or merely wishing the planet a beautiful and peaceful day, truly does help. It helps us, and it helps others far and near.
The key is to stop, and hold a healing thought, across all lines, from our heart to the hearts of all who need it. As our current draw says, it’s not about rushing through, it’s about having the strength to move at our own pace. For ourselves, and for everyone else who can use the assistance.
“Proceeding Softly ~
‘My inner power grows in moments of quietude.’
Go forward, slowly and gently. Stop to smell the flowers and enjoy the view.
Love and appreciate what is here now.
The Universe wants you to know:
When you take your time and go slowly, new perceptions blossom that you can’t see if you are moving fast.
Step out of the rapid pace of everyday life, and step into the majesty of stillness. Resist the impulse to go ahead with a conditioned response, and tune in to your deeper instinctual intuition.
Power is born when you relax into the present moment.
Questions to ask yourself:
What is the underlying wisdom for me regarding being cautious? Is there an area in my life where I should slow down? Should I view a certain person or situation in my life with caution?
My inner power grows in moments of quietude.”
Gateway Oracle Cards by Denise Linn
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