Have you ever encountered a knowing that rocked your world? It was something that when you read it, heard it, saw it—you knew in the core of your being it was true.
For me, when I encountered the knowing that God does not forgive. It rocked my world.
God doesn’t need to forgive because Source never perceives us as wrong. Source sees us as whole, perfect, and divine. Source is never judging us or withdrawing its appreciation of us.
I remember the first time I discovered a mood ring as a little girl. I thought I’d found a wearable piece of magic.
The notion that a ring changed colors according to my mood delighted me so much that I begged my mom to buy it for me.
Needless to say I promptly lost it two weeks later while swimming in a lake. What can I say? I was a kid.
If you’re anything like me, you might not be great at keeping New Year’s Resolutions. I used to fuss at myself for not having the will power to make the changes in my life, but now I know better.
You see, my personality-self loves when I list goals and make plans. My personality-self loves when I use my mind to make all the decisions.
But, there is a deeper, wiser version of me that balks when I only make decisions with my head.
If you are one of those people who need help finishing things or staying on track, this post is not for you.
Today, I am talking to all my folks out there who rule the world from their desks (home or office). The lovely ladies and gentlemen who get shit done. Who juggle kids, work, exercise, and social obligations. The people who can book spring break vacations while grocery shopping. The women who read their latest book club book on the Peloton.
I love a new calendar. I am thrilled that paper calendars and planners are having a comeback. I’ve missed them!
The new fancy calendars with dots, to-do lists, planners, and inspirational quotes are incredible. They’re beautiful creations, but they’re not for me.
It’s super easy for me to become a taskmaster when I have too specific of a plan. I’ll work like hell to get it done.
If you are like this,
These heavenly themes weave through my ordinary mind—miracles, magic, and mysticism.
These heavenly themes weave through my ordinary mind. Miracles, magic, and mysticism pull at me from the mystery.
These heavenly themes weave through my ordinary mind. Miracles, magic, and mysticism pull at me. From the mystery, I can sense their siren’s call.
These heavenly themes weave through my ordinary mind. Miracles, magic, and mysticism pull at me.
Follow your bliss. This advice used to really piss me off. I would think to myself, “if I knew how to follow my bliss, don’t you think I’d be doing it.”
I was super frustrated and found myself spinning in circles trying to figure it out, but it’s way easier than I made it.
The secret most folks don’t know–Bliss hides in plain sight. It’s in the most random things and in ordinary places.