Inner Guidance

11. Day 19: Is My Spiritual Practice Enough?

Posted by on Feb 19, 2015 in All-One, Fear of Success, Inner Guidance | 0 comments

11. Day 19:  Is My Spiritual Practice Enough?

“Successful people exude self-confidence, ask for what they want and say what they don’t want.  They think anything is possible, take risks and celebrate their success.  They save a portion of their income, and share a portion with others.  These things don’t cost money, just intention.”—The Success Principles by Jack Canfield p.93 Ok, sure.  If you do and are all these things you will be successful.  My questions is this:  is success in the material/physical world possible with “just” extending glove to your thoughts, feeling the Holy...

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3. Day 25: Gratitude Is Good For What Ails You

Posted by on Jun 25, 2014 in All-One, Fear of Guilt, Inner Guidance | 0 comments

3. Day 25:  Gratitude Is Good For What Ails You

I am feeling low, like I want to stay in bed for a week.  The last few weeks have been incredibly hectic with nearly every moment scheduled. Time to extend love.  I extend absolution to this thought. Interestingly I feel guilty both for wanting to stay in bed AND for the week being so full. (why do I always do that?).  I also feel guilty for the thought of canceling everything (or anything really). Finally I remember to ask. Me:  What is it I really need/want to do? HS (gave me this list which will guide me over the next days): bath, water, cleansing tea, nap, one day at a time, make a list,...

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3. Day 14: The Story of Princess Precious

Posted by on Jun 14, 2014 in All-One, Inner Guidance, Poetry | 0 comments

3. Day 14:  The Story of Princess Precious

Once upon a time, there was a little girl who loved adventure.  She was not content to sit and play with dolls. She’d rather climb out of her window and see what there was to see in the world.  She needed to experience everything;  speed, stillness, emptiness, chock-a-block fullness, delight, misery, lost and found.  She didn’t want someone to tell her a story she wanted to LIVE the story.  And so she did.   She grew up as little girls do in the shadow of her beloved family where she played and worked and gathered and found all the while knowing she was beloved and protected....

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1. Day 21: Commitment, a Difference of Opinion

Posted by on Apr 21, 2014 in All-One, Holy Spirit Says, Inner Guidance | 2 comments

1. Day 21:  Commitment, a Difference of Opinion

I spoke yesterday of the onslaught of experiences being sustained by my nearest and dearest.  This gives me a perfect opportunity to extend love to my fear of commitment.  Here is where commitment, in my opinion, goes awry.   I am fully committed to my beloved partner of 30 plus years.  I also am beginning to be fully committed to my own heart.  So what happens when we see things differently and want to approach how to help someone in distress in totally different ways? Here is the very helpful answer from Holy Spirit, one that I will return to again and again when opinions differ amongst...

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1. Day 17: Trusting My Inner Guidance

Posted by on Apr 17, 2014 in All-One, Holy Spirit Says, Inner Guidance | 3 comments

1. Day 17:  Trusting My Inner Guidance

Me:  How can I fully, or more fully, trust my own guidance, revelation and truth? HS:  Dear One, This is the way.  Right here.  Right now. Notice.  Allow.  Listen. Trust is built of these things. Blind trust is a baby step, a tiny willingness to move into a situation without knowing the outcome. You are learning to trust with eyes fully open.  Not-Knowing is not blind.  Not-Knowing is willingness to see beyond what is known and move fully into the Love that you are.  This is the Not-Known.  You do not yet fathom who and what you are.  YOU are the Not-Knowing.   It is your not knowing...

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1. Day 7: The Tale of Two Commitments

Posted by on Apr 3, 2014 in All-One, Inner Guidance | 2 comments

1. Day 7:  The Tale of Two Commitments

Every day I come to “Extending Love to Commitment” and something new appears.  Today two commitments faced off.  Which one won?  Keep reading. I have always believed the struggle is not between Good and Evil. The real difficulty that cannot be solved in the mind alone is between Good and Good.  When you begin to see all-is-good then you are really in for a heart lesson. This morning I woke at 5am and still had not decided whether to go to a training event (our business was running for our members) or to stay home for my committed day of writing.  Imagine the face off of two perfectly good...

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