Many of you feel as if you are in a murky soup of gloom. As if all you thought you achieved, is not valid. Such is not the case. This is a time of destruction of all that is familiar. But then, this information is not new to you – even though learning it and living it are two different issues.
Why is life turning out the way it is turning out? Why is love so often so hard to find, and then to keep? Why is goodness and kindness and compassion and even a smiling face sometimes so hard to find in our day-to-day experience?
The other night I enjoyed a wonderful dinner with one of my soul sisters. You know, the kind of close friend who's been with you forever, knows you in ways you don't know yourself, always has your best interest at heart, and takes a stand for your strength when you feel vulnerable or unsure of yourself?
Take your time as you are considering options for your future. Unless everything in you says, "Yes! This is a direction I want to take," try to avoid creating from a sense of urgency, for urgency is born of fear, not love.
I’m learning a lot in the 21 Day Evolution program and have come to understand how I limit the flow of energy in my life. But I still hesitate before taking action and I am not sure how to know that something is fear or not, and when I should take the next step, or see the fear as a warning and do something else.
One of the things I’ve noticed as a pattern for people in the last few weeks is lots of people are having compression around finance. Finance and money worries are usually rooted in 'survival', in terms of the emotion.
Here we are at the last week of March 2013, and it will soon be Easter Sunday. Whether or not you celebrate the religious holiday or a more secular version, in my opinion the end of the Lenten season and the start of Spring is reason to celebrate.
You are a relay system of information. Your physical body is a manifestation of the environment in which it resides, and that extends beyond the visible. You are constantly interacting with your environment, from the obvious survival aspects like breathing and eating, to the invisible emotional aspects.