Saturday, January 28, 2012

Weekend nuggets!!!


Today I give and share all that I am. Knowing this day is already taken care of, I give up control and dedicate everything to God. Today belongs to God; it is my gift to Him.

Do not make any decision, small or large, without first asking God, your guides or your angels. If the question comes from your heart, and you are open to receive guidance, you will hear the answer.

Affirmation: I am one with peace.
Remember to keep your word today.
                        ~ Bijan Anjomo


Language of the Soul

The Paradox of Spirit

The self is not small or big but is both at the same time. Our spirit is like a drop in the ocean of spiritual energy.
Each of us has a spiritual self that animates our bodies and infuses our thoughts and feelings. Our language is limited to the world we know for descriptions of something that perhaps cannot be fully comprehended by the human mind. Therefore, only metaphors approach the expressions that give us a true sense of our spiritual nature. The paradox lies in opposing concepts, all of which are true at the same time. And in harmonizing the opposites, we begin to know the wonders of the spirit.

The self is not small or big but is both at the same time. Our spirit is like a drop in the ocean of spiritual energy. Although our spirit seems like a small, disconnected part of a larger whole, it is still made of the same things and can become part of the vast ocean once again. Our individual spirit seems to inhabit our bodies like a passenger in a vehicle but at the same time is not bound by our bodies. Spirits can reach across the miles to touch the heart of a loved one or expand to become one with the universe. We may feel small and perhaps insignificantly young when we look up at the stars, but we are made of the same basic elements. Perhaps looking at the stars is merely a reflection of what is going on within each atom and cell of our being. We are a universe within a universe. Our spirits are ever renewing, yet ageless and eternal. So the self is not new or old but both at once.  

So our spiritual self is not small or big, new or old. We may experience life as good and bad, right and wrong, happy and sad, but this is the experience of the material world of dualities, not the truth of our spiritual nature. By going within to touch the eternal and changeless energy at our center, we can go beyond the contrasting metaphors to the experience of oneness. And in that connection we can know big and small, new and old, movement and stillness. By accepting the paradox of spirit, we open ourselves to the fullness of our own being.  
                        ~ Daily Om


Letting go of the outcome. Truly being in the moment. Not reflecting on the past. Not projecting into the future. That's freedom. Not caring more about what other people think than what you think. That's freedom.
                        ~ Demi Moore


Seeking implies that something is lost. It implies that it's possible to lose things. It depends upon duality to even exist. The truth of oneness resolves all sense of seeking. We are everything we seek. So there is no need to do or discover anything, only to be.
                        ~ Meredith Murphy


We live in a fast paced world where there is a pressure to constantly do more, want more, and have more. It is easy to take for granted the people or things we already have in our life. When we lose perspective and focus on lack, it can quickly bring us down. Take a moment at the end of each day to regroup and take inventory of the good in your life. Remember, someone in this world would be glad to trade places with you!
                        ~ Sydney Chhabra


A Note from the Universe

What do you now fear? 

How will you use this? 

You're welcome,
    The Universe


Physical man gets into an uncomfortable place when he concludes, "I and those like me have come to the right decisions, and everybody that's living outside of these right decisions is wrong." And then he spends his life pushing against all those "wrong" decisions and cutting himself off from the Life Force that would help him have joy in his, what he concludes to be, right decisions. There is no one right path. There are endless paths, and the differences in the paths are what make them more and more, and more, perfect. The same old path no longer serves.
                        ~ 'The Teachings of Abraham' by Esther and Jerry Hicks


Ask the right people for help.  When we need help, all to often we ask who ever is convenient, rather than who is the person best suited to give us the help we need.  It is always good to ask for help or advice, when we need it, but asking the wrong person for advice, can create more problems, than it solves.  Make sure you know that the person you ask for advice had had good experiences with what you are asking and really knows the information you are seeking.  So be selective in whom you ask for help.
                        ~ Edward W. Smith


Daily Teaching from The Power

When anything good happens to you in your day, give thanks. It doesn't matter how small it is, say thank you. When you get the perfect parking space, hear your favorite song on the radio, approach a light that turns green, or find an empty seat on the bus or train, say thank you. These are all good things that you are receiving from life. The more love you give in your day-to-day life, the greater the magnetic power of love you have in the field around you, and everything you want will fall at your feet.

So how do you fall in love with life? The same way you fall in love with another person - you adore everything about them! You fall in love with another person by seeing only love, hearing only love, speaking only love, and by feeling love with all your heart! And that is exactly how you use the ultimate power of love to fall in love with life. 

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