Ganesha’s Visit

Morning Meds: 8 20 19

One of the the largest block we can face is self-doubt, it’s frequency counteracts and neutralizes faith.

We can retune ourselves through meditation, which can revives our realization of who and what we are.

When I started my meditation I was aware of my self-doubt and how persistent it seems.

I was attempting to raise my vibrations and find the silence.

Suddenly, I imagined Ganesha, the four armed elephant, a protecter of souls, from Hinduism.

She showed up unannounced and unexpected, I could feel her huge form behind me.

She whispered in my ear, asking if I wished to climb into her elephant form, it would be as if I were putting on a suit.

I thought I can lean forward away from this offer or I can lean back.

As I leaned back accepting the invite she said, “Here, you can borrow my self-esteem for awhile.

That way you can familiarize yourself with how it feels. Your vibrations can retune themselves to mine.”

Imagination is a powerful tool, we underestimate it’s usefulness.

It’s all in my mind? l guess that could be true, but I sure enjoy the goosebumps I get everytime I think about it.

How powerful is imagination?

Just as powerful as worry, they are one in the same.

We might as will imagine miracles instead of pain.

Author: Kevin Burleson

My wife Cheryl and I live in St. Joseph, Missouri. She is retired and watches three of our 12 grandchildren and 1 greatgrandchild. I work as a maintenance man at Highland Community College in Highland, Kansas. I have a BA in Art with an emphasis in ceramics. I am a second degree Reiki practitioner and BQH (Beyond Quantum Healing) practitioner. I started writing spiritual related posts in 2018 and started sharing them on a few different Facebook sites. This site is to consolidate and re-share them. It is also to share short stories based on images seen while in meditation. My hopes are that it will inspire others to use the powerful tool of visualisation to enhance their spiritual journey. Thank you.

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