Posted on November 1st, 2011
“The mystic doesn’t seek to avoid a disagreement so much as to infuse it with grace.” ~ Marianne Williamson
Being in a state of grace requires moving into the present moment; a place where you can operate from your higher self rather than your ego mind. A place where you can watch your thoughts as they come and go and not get tied up in them.
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Posted on March 1st, 2011
“If we do not change our direction, we are likely to end up in the direction we are headed.” Chinese Proverb
Your destiny depends on the direction you set for yourself. If you consciously choose the path you want to follow, you’ll be less likely to give your power away to other people, situations and circumstances. And you’ll be more likely to rise above past conditioning and limiting beliefs.
We each have the ability to create a new reality for ourselves. One filled with an array of possibilities. When we listen to our heart and soul for direction, we enjoy every step of the journey. If we follow the lead of our logical mind, or worse yet, the logic of others, we risk getting sidetracked, stuck, or repeating old patterns.
We are the source of our joy and our sorrow, our ease and our struggle. It is up to us to determine what we want to experience and what direction will lead us there. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on December 1st, 2010
“Patience is the companion of wisdom.” ~ Saint Augustine
Patience is filled with ease, peace, and grace. As we touch into its essence we instantly relax; a deep breath ensues and we know that everything is in divine order. When we embody a state of impatience we feel rushed, hurried and stressed. There’s an urgency to do or complete something and if anything interferes, a wave of anger arises engulfing anyone in its path.
We can’t try to be patient as ‘trying’ only reinforces impatience. We can hold our breath, tap our toes and count to ten while waiting for someone to do things our way or for a situation to resolve itself, but this is a forced form of patience; one that only disguises our inner wrath temporarily. To truly become patient, we have to move into an inner state of patience. Read the rest of this entry »