Listening for Plan B
Changes, changes, changes.
Yesterday, we had an Open House at the Center and it was so wonderful to see so many people show up for readings, healings, massage and aura photo’s, not to mention take advantage of the great sale that Moon Wisdom Gift Shop had. It was a really fun day.
My numerology chart (done by Wes@weshamilton.com) keeps saying that I get most of my energy and enthusiasm from working with other women right now and it sure is true. There was such a feeling of love and nurturing in the room and I didn’t want the day to end.
Many of you know that I made a decision (with the help of the Universe) to let go of the Center as of December 31st. After the day like yesterday, I’ve been questioning my decision on and off all day but my inner voice keeps affirming that the decision was the right one.
I think back to all the work we put into creating it just the way we wanted it to be and there’s a whole array of mixed emotions. Gratitude, sadness, excitement, pride. I have to remind myself that we had no idea what that building would lead to when we undertook the reconstruction job on the building and yet it turned out to be a blessing for many many people.
We have 5-6 weeks to get rid of everything and get it ready for the photographer that is taking over the building.
Many people have asked me what plan B is and I haven’t been shown that yet. I don’t know about future classes or meditations. I know there’s a plan……………there’s always a plan………….but until I get a clear vision of it, I have to stay out of the way and LISTEN.
Am I visualizing what I want? Have I made a Treasure Map so that the Universe will know what I want? Am I seeking the help of a life coach? No, no and no.
Not to the voices of the world. Not to the voices of well intentioned friends. I love the input I get from my gifted friends, but the last word on anything that happens in my life comes from the still small voice inside. As tough as it is not to get in the drivers seat and figure it all out, living this way has always been the best way for me to go.
In one of the stories in Look for the Good and You’ll Find God, I mention my parents taking us to a play when I was younger called Fiddler on the Roof. The main male character (can’t remember his name) has constant conversations with God about his life and I remember knowing at the age of 10 that that’s how I wanted my relationship with God to forever be.
Right now God’s wisdom is NOT giving me Plan B because I can easily get overwhelmed with the holidays approaching and letting go of the Center.
Before I know it, Plan B will present itself and I’ll be off and running on my new adventure.
Stay tuned…………………and Happy Thanksgiving.