Whatever you call your superior power
—Source, God, Spirit—you are a divine creation,
and you can never be separate
from that which created you.
There is no place that God is not.
It has been said that God sleeps in the minerals,
rests in the vegetables, walks in the animals,
and thinks in us.
Think of God as a presence rather than a person
—a presence that allows a seed to sprout,
that moves the stars across the sky,
and simultaneously moves a thought across your mind.
A presence that grows the grass
and grows your fingernails all at the same time.
You are eternally connected to this presence,
your Source, the power of love that never
abandons you and never runs dry.
You can rely on this source if you remind yourself
that it includes you at all times.
Heaven is a state of mind, not a location.
It is always safe to let go and let God.
“I see myself in perfect health. I see myself in absolute prosperity. I see myself invigorated with life, appreciating, again, this physical life experience which I wanted so very much as I decided to be a physical Being. It is glorious to be here, a physical Being, making decisions with my physical brain but accessing the power of the Universe through the power of the Law of Attraction.”
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This is my new favorite quote. When I read it just moments ago for the first time, it hit me. hard. Felt it deeply in my heart and my solar plexus. Particularly the “it is glorious to be here” piece. This is my goal from now on. This is the awareness that I want and need to carry close to my heart — that no matter what, “it is glorious to be here”. Glorious. glo·ri·ous adjective
1.delightful; wonderful; completely enjoyable: to have a glorious time at the circus.
2.conferring glory: a glorious victory.
3.full of glory; entitled to great renown: England is glorious in her poetry.
4.brilliantly beautiful or magnificent; splendid: a glorious summer day.
5.Archaic. blissfully drunk.
Because, if I’m being completely honest with myself, this state of being is not a neighborhood I hang out in most of the time. Content? Yes. Joyful? Definitely have moments of joy throughout my day. But what I’m noticing lately is just how much I push up against in my day to day life. It expresses itself in different ways of course. Most of the time I manage to make light of whatever it is that’s stuck in my craw at the moment. And I’ve been blessed with a fantastic sense of humor which has been a true ally over the years. But this resistance I feel – this ever present drive that wishes for something else…something other than what’s right in front of me. now. in this moment. is something I would love to transform. When I reflect on my own personal Human Design, there are of course explanations for this. But what I’m aiming for is acceptance. To be able to just breathe it all in and say, calmly and compassionately to myself: “it’s all ok…you’re exactly where you need to be. right now. The time for fighting and warriorhood is over. Breathe it all in. And smile.”
What tools do you use to accept the present moment? How do you deal with resistance? I’d love to hear about it. : )
Go back and take care of yourself. Your body needs you, your feelings need you, your perceptions need you. The wounded child in you needs you. Your suffering needs you to acknowledge it. Go home and be there for all these things. Practice mindful walking and mindful breathing. Do everything in mindfulness so you can really be there, so you can love.
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Wishing you Joyful Abundance and Thriving Fulfillment,