We’ve Got To Be Brave
Before I begin, I would just like to say good morning to my friend John Daltrey down in Tucson. I’m sorry I haven’t called lately to see how you’re doing. I’ve been swamped.
Back in March I think it was, I had my yearly numerology reading from the Master Numerologist Wes Hamilton (www.weshamilton.com) who I just adore. His readings are so helpful. They always help me focus better on what’s in front of me. One of the things he said that is definitely true is that I’ll be busier than I’ve ever been and he wasn’t kidding. It’s as if the minute I said yes to the Universe about wanting a new Center, everything has moved into warp speed. I love my new place and love the classes I’m teaching there. I feel very alive when I’m teaching people about their spiritual gifts and their intuition so I definitely know I’m on the right track.
My inner voice is really nagging at me to start a spiritual study group in June, studying the book Discover the Power Within You by Eric Butterworth along with Around the World with Emmet Fox. Two very cool, life changing books that I would love to share with the whole world. Lately there are days where I think I’m crazy to take on one more project, but this inner knowing about time slipping away, haunts me. It really has been interesting to hear this inner voice almost daily telling me not to take time for granted and that I’m almost finished with what I came here to do. In spirit time, that could easily be another 5 years, so it’s hard to know how long they’re talking about, but I’m going to keep on going with the attitude of doing whatever I can each day to teach people about their inner voice. That’s really the best gift any teacher can give their students is the knowledge of how to hear, listen to, trust and live by that inner voice. After that, everything else falls into place.
I love the students in my current psychic development class, both in person and on line. They are hungry for spirituality and for the answers and it’s fun to watch the light bulbs come on over their head when a piece falls into place for them. I’ve already been feeling sad about them graduating in July. As everyone says these days, “it is what it is.”
Life has gotten so strange. I thought when we got to 2013, things would calm down a bit. The last few years have been so doggone intense and I thought a break was coming, but so far, it hasn’t slowed down at all. The disaster in Oklahoma scares me because it feels like it’s just the beginning of some hellacious things with the weather. I usually love feeling the weather as I’ve mentioned in other blogs, but when I tune into the weather for the U.S. this summer, there’s pictures and feelings that are totally chaotic.People really truly need to check in with their inner voice before leaving the house in the morning simply by asking if there’s anything they’ve forgotten or need to bring with them. There’s been alot of deaths in the news lately. Freaky accidents that you just don’t expect to happen and I wonder if any of those people had a knowing about something going “wrong” that day.I wonder of parents had a strong urge to keep their child home that morning or give them an extra hug good-bye. Or the motorcyclist who ran into the rear of a cop car when the cop was trying to get to the scene of a robbery. Did that person have a knowing that it was his last day on earth? Because I’m so fascinated by intuition and it’s guidance, I always wonder when such accidents happen if the people had a knowing. In today’s tragedy, children on a field trip were walking along a path near the river looking for fossils when the earth gave way because of all the rain we’ve had and four children fell down into a sink hole. There was one little fourth grader who was interviewed because he narrowly escaped the fall and he simply said that he had taken a step backwards just before his friends fell. Did he have a knowing to take that step backwards? One child died, two were rescued and they are still searching for the fourth child.
I’ve heard of one well known channeler saying that 2013 is going to feel like we’re having a full moon every night. That wasn’t very good news. But once again I state emphatically that if we are tuning into our inner voice in the morning, asking it what we need to know or do about this day before we even begin it, that we will get the guidance we need. Some students tell me they are afraid to listen to their inner voice for fear of what it will tell them and the picture that comes to mind is a little turtle pulling his head inside his shell. That’s not a good way to tackle life in these times. We need to be brave little soldiers and be prepared spiritually for the day. The other key to maintaining sanity is to only be concerned about the day in front of us. That’s all we’ve got is the present day and if we really really realize that, we will not get overwhelmed and we can handle whatever comes our way.
I was just snowing here in the Twin Cities two weeks ago so it’s really hard to wrap my head around the fact that this weekend is Memorial Day???? My inner knowing has been very silent about doing much work in the yard which always makes me wonder what’s coming. Every May I ask for guidance as to when I can plant new flowers and start working in the yard and so far, I’m getting nothing. No response which tells me to cool it on buying new flowers to plant. The word winds just came to me so that means high winds and not yet.
I’ll keep you posted on how this turns out.
I think it’s time to say good night. I could go on and on with random thoughts, but that’s what they are. Random thoughts. I just want everyone out there to be wise today and listen to that inner voice for any guidance it has for you.The other thought that comes is to not fight change because change is inevitable this summer. That’s what we’re here to do is to keep having new experiences and allow life to change so that we can change and grow. Remember that everything here is providing an opportunity for us to grow as spiritual beings.
I’m going to say good night to all of you now and a special good night to my friend John D. in Arizona.