make it a habit to dwell there through my day
I want I find the joy in little moments and curious places
I want to remember even when it doesn’t appear spontaneously that that joy is always there.
I want to grow in my comfort of being in that love and joy.
Yes, this is a good day
A good life
A good moment
To fill my little joy cup.
it easy to see the good in the sky. The mountains the trees. Sometimes not so easy to see it in other people, past events, circumstances.
Today, in my dual house circumstance, i looked in vain for my external hard drive. Where is the thing?%*(*(&%!! I felt my internal stress rising. Then I remembered my intention, oh. yeah. Ok, what’s good about this?
Well, that I even have a hard drive, that i know what one is, that i have a computer, that everything is fine right this second… It’s’ not the end of the world if I can’t find it…well maybe…no, no really, life is good. Actually it’s quite wonderful in many ways. lets see…my breath, oh yes my breath, my friends, music, art, oh, all is rather wonderful in many respects.
Life is good.
It is good to see it
good to affirm it is true. hard drive or no hard drive.
and then turn again
to those things that do serve me and others
the feeling of present time equality with others
to a feeling of value and worth for myself and others
to focus on those big yeses in my life.
gently I go
That being said, remember, the creative universal force works in vibrations. It doesn’t understand negatives. For example, if you’re stuck looping on what you don’t want, you think ‘no, no, no, I don’t want X (fill in you’re own personal favorite ‘no’ of the hour), I don’t want X..’, the universe gets, ah, X! Yep, here it come, X.
Begin today to notice the negatives as they run through your mind; we all have’ em, it’s our guidance system-good thing we have em; just don’t get stuck on them! Find the no, not that! Say thank you for this new information and then gently turn your attention to what you do want.
Turn to face your newly expanded glorious future,
Feel the yes yes yes yes of it.
Get excited, what you want is calling you even stronger now.
What’s your own personal newly-defined yes?
So, in Pamela’s new book she talks about how they have scientifically proven in Quantum Physics that it is an infinite universe and all possibilities exist within it. Think about this: each and every conscious or unconscious decision you have made in your life; two choices, you pick one. Well, BOTH choices play out. Wild. Crazy to think of. It’s called parallel realities.
So what does that mean in real life, in day to day terms?
You can choose. That parallel realities exists…the one where you are free, strong, powerful and loving. You know, the one you glimpsed and then forgot about yesterday and remembered off and on along today? it’s all here folks. We choose what boat to row, what field to hoe. And each moment we can choose anew. Parallel reality, here we come.
What one would you like to play out today?
Personally I want to fully embrace that friendly universe reality where we love and feel loved. embrace the reality where I feel empowered and powerful, being loving to myself and others; Where every challenge is a embraced as an opening to huge growth and possibility. Ah, life IS good.
I hope you come play with me there.
If you are interested in aligning with this new awareness, I’d love to share that exploration with you. PM me. Lets do a strategy session, talk about 45 minutes on the phone about your own unique and magnificent parallel reality.
Abundance of joy, abundance of money, abundance of time, abundance of love, abundance whatever you want abundance.
They say abundance is a birthright. I’m slowly getting the depth of this possibility.
We’ve all been trained in this lack mentality. Our culture is steeped in it. I got it from my Dad for sure. Dad grew up during the great depression. At 4 years old he came over on the boat and ended up in the Bronx. He helped his mom sew sequins on fancy dresses. His dad sent him off to work on a farm as soon as he was able. To this day, he prides himself if basically spending no money. As a dutiful daughter, I followed suit. Continue reading