How can you desire a future, while also living now? The answer is not so difficult. If you feel in your heart right now, that there is something you want to create, then by all means, you are living now.
One of my great joys is discovering—and rediscovering—the work of the wisdom teachers of the past. I have recently been inspired to go back and read again the work of Thomas Troward, who lived in India and Great Britain from 1847 to 1916.
Humanity is destined and designed to change and for change. Like water, we each have the potential to experience many forms. We have our liquid days, our solid days, our vaporous days, and our evaporated days.
When you awake, you may dismiss the dream as an imaginary, fast-changing jumble of pure fantasy. After all, when you come back into the cold, solid light of the physical world, the dream world seems so unreal. But is it?
We are three weeks away from the June Solstice. It is a time of heightened energy running through the Earth at this moment, and you have been given every possible way to work with this energy, and to use it to transform yourself. So, what have you done with it?
You have transitioned far beyond Old Age you. Yet, you remain within the confines of many 3D actions and reactions. You work, pay bills and so many other pieces that have little to do with new you. At least how you now define new you.
Lots of you wrote in after last month's forecast asking me specifically about dreams. I mentioned how strong dreams are happening at this time and some of you who wrote in shared you were more than a little freaked out by the intensity of some of the dreams you're having.
When you want something in your life, begin by allowing yourself the joy and the passion involved in thinking of having it, feeling what it would feel like to have this situation, and therefore this feeling in your life
During the course of the past several weeks I have helped some clients learn to align with new relationships and others make their final disconnections from the relationships they are in. While one person is celebrating new love, another is glad that they have finally found the courage to divorce.