Morning Meds 1 14 23
Many people believe that to have a pleasant afterlife we need the gift of forgiveness.
To make our time on Earth more pleasant we need to give ourselves the gift of forgiveness.
Not forgiving ourselves creates a world clouded by shame.
This cloud hides all the wonderful traits we possess and creates unnecessary boundaries.
Our core is 100% Source energy.
With the cloud removed, we are free to be our true selves.
Morning Meds 1 7 23
The sun appears to rise every morning to warm the earth.
It has continuously shone all through the night.
The light in our soul continuously shines
even when we don’t feel its warmth.
We are one with the light.
Morning Meds; 1 8 23
It is easy to become so engaged in fighting the shadow of our corrugated dance that we forget that we are the one who created it.
We create our realities.
We can’t win fighting our shadow.
Morning Meds; 12 27 22
Like a Christmas tree adorned with clear glass balls our future possibilities hang before us.
Every foreseeable and unforeseeable outcome suspended in time, waiting to form.
Each living possibility waiting to expand as it is directed.
Each event or thought birthed by us or those around us affect the contents of all the balls.
They continually adjust to the flurry of change.
Change is brought on by numerous events, but we tend to fixate on the most dramatic,
and fail to see the little changes that proceeded it.
Our future goals can seem to be unreachable.
It seems some dramatic huge event must happen to bring it to fruition.
Start making the little changes and all related possibilities in your possibility balls will change with it.
A steady process of changes in the right direction will allow the dramatic event to expand.
Thoughts are always the predecessor to change, a change in thought will affect more balls than by action alone.
Morning Meds; 12 17 22
Transactions of commitments written on the clouds of time.
Our spoken words preserving a place for us to return to so we can accomplish our dreams.
We sketch our future with our thoughts, and shade and detail it with our choices, but no matter how we get diverted, the dream remains.
(A quotation from a Unity book)
“You can always begin again.”
Morning Meds 12 15 22
The caterpillar tugged at the silken chord that it had spun within its form.
Steadily weaving a blanket of warmth to clothe him as he slept.
Gaia stopped to admire the work.
The caterpillar felt her presence and asked,
“How can I become a butterfly?
I don’t have a clue!
There must be so much to learn if I ever hope to fly and look at me, not a single wing.
I been working oh so hard, but I feel too tired to continue.
I’m sorry that I crawl so slow and that my wings won’t grow, but after a snooze I will get back at it.”
Gaia smiled some warn sun light down and whispered with her wind.
“It’s a natural process, it is not something you do, it will just happen.
You relax and take a little nap.
Soon, after you have rested from your struggles, you will get to stretch your wings and float upon my whisper.”
Morning Meds; 12 8 22
Traditionally we see our Gods through words visualized, an outline of form we color with our thoughts.
These outlines were passed down from elders to youth and from receiver to written page and many truths were and are preserved through this tradition.
The youth adapt the pictures to the procession of change and pass them down again.
The forms of God that were too ridged to conform to change fade away, lost to the transition.
These written words are an attempt to stall change and preserve a moment so others can gain, but the Creator Of All, the All There IS is too grand to be fully contained in ancient scripts or carved stones.
The All There IS is a living presence always coming to us, adapting to our needs and is never a distant stranger waiting for our approach, for we are one.
Morning Meds 12 9 22
As we as spiritual archaeologists dig through our past, the tombs of past events need not be continually revisited if all that was needed to be done energetically has been done.
Unnecessary digging in old graves can cause a stink.
Our visits to the past are often more for closure than for resurrections, although both are possible.
If an old find keeps surfacing despite our attempts to release it, then sometimes the energy beneath the find may need to be addressed.
The event may have been a symptom instead of a cause, usually once the cause is addressed the symptoms no longer linger.
Morning Meds 12 10 22
If we always compare what we are receiving with what we were taught, it is difficult to change our beliefs.
At some point must choose to believe that the new we are receiving is valid.
We will always stay at the same place if the new must fit into the parameters of the old.