Yesterday, during a break from the nonstop snowstorms here in the Northeast, I strapped on snowshoes and went outside for a walk. As I trudged through the powdery, fresh snow, I made a spontaneous decision to dedicate my walk to forgiveness.
Now is a time when you are finding that a year ends, and a New Year will begin soon. Such moments are important because they mark a change in your life; a change that can be conscious or less conscious for you.
When we think of sanctity, we think of holiness, something of sacred value. But, what is it that we truly value? Do we value the object giving meaning, do we value having a claim on something, or do we value possessing a possession?
It is the nature of the universe to expand. Change is inevitable and although you will all go through very natural periods of dormancy, there will also be phases of your life when it is time to release the old in order to make room for the new.
Take a deep breath. As you breathe in you breathe in the energy of all possibility in your life. Breathe out. Release limiting notions of what you can be, achieve, or have in your life. For with God all things are possible.
Today had a very strong, clear energy around it. It felt like the sun came out together with a rainbow after weeks of feeling like we were in a pressure cooker and sure enough the Sun finally released a CME (Coronal Mass Ejection) after what I think has been weeks of relative quiet.
There is a spiral dance that goes with evolution. We go around and around, expanding, releasing, expanding, releasing. All expansion and growth involves some release and letting go. All release and letting go involves some expansion.
posted 10 April, 2013 (Saturday, 6 April, 2013) - Ann Albers
By all means set your intentions for life, but then release yourself from the bondage of expectations. Acknowledge your hearts desires, then in the same breath let go of how you expect they will come about.
posted 2 April, 2013 (Saturday, 30 March, 2013) - Ann Albers
Now is the perfect time to look at your life and say to yourselves,"What must die within me to give birth to the life I want to live?" Do you need to give up thoughts of lack in order to resurrect abundance?