Balls of Possibility

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.

We Color the Page

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.

Stop Comparing

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.

Persistent Traffic

Morning Meds; 12 6 22


Persistent traffic creates a rut of packed soil.
Persistent thoughts create a durable belief.
Our beliefs are how we choose to navigate our lives.
The statement, “I feel like I am in a rut,” may be a more accurate assessment of our thought patterns than we realize.
It is difficult to start a seed in packed earth.
Even if you fill the rut with fresh soil the hardpack beneath it will not allow the root to reach a depth that will allow survival in stressful times; often the hardpack needs to be broken up or removed.
We always have the choice of venturing onto a new path, one of our own design or even temporarily retracing the steps that others have provided.
Once you begin a new path no matter by whom it was created, it becomes your own, for it is our steps that clear the way.
It sometimes takes a while to see the path clearly and stressful times can detour your progress, but every time we challenge a belief that is no longer useful to us, we pick away at the hardpack and clear the way to a new path for ourselves.
Our ruts were created by choices, our way out of them is created in the same way.

Binoculars

Morning Meds; 11 4 22

Many of us are taught that we are spiritually distant and that we are separated from a distant Creator.

It is as if we need binoculars to find our way.

What if we the contact we seek is closer than we were taught?

What if our Creator we seek is within us and the illusion of separation is just that, an illusion?

In quiet contemplation we lose the need for binoculars for we begin to see and feel that we and our Creator are one.

As we begin to search from the interior of our core, we find we are closer than we supposed.

Housekeeping

Morning Meds; 11 2 22

Changing beliefs is a like housekeeping.

It is easy to track in unuseful things, our broom is our emotions, how does this make me feel, is this trust or is this fear?


Trust, compassion and love uplift and bring calm, fear always stirs the pot.


Cleaning house is usually more of a process of discarding than of acquiring.


Sweeping out the undesirable is a matter of choice.

We are blessed with creative freewill, if fear lingers, we sometimes need to remove its source, it is often a stain like memory or teaching, sometimes we need to replace a belief completely, but it is always a freewill choice.

I have a thousand eyes

Morning Meds; 10 17 21

Our mental consciousness is like a head with a thousand eyes.

Which eye we choose to focus with sees a different place.

The eyes are like a thousand doors to anywhere and the door we pass through is always a personal choice.

The views we see through any eye is created by our beliefs and the doors we choose to pass through is because it leads to where we believe we need to be.

Creative choice is always ours, for our thoughts creates our worlds.

When we decide to see through a different eye or try a different door, we open up infinite possibilites and can go to wonderful places, the places of our wildest dreams.

Sit in quiet communion with your soul and from this silence a newness is formed.

We begin to see the vastness of unlimited choice and how to make it our own.

We are a formless glimmer of creative Consciousness and from this formless glimmer our experienced realities are born.

Chemical Reactions

Morning meds; 10 17 19

Emmerson said, “The ancestor of every action is a thought.”

It would follow that, the ancestor of every emotion is also thought.

Our thoughts produce chemical reactions in our neurons.

Our emotions are those chemical reactions interpreted by our neurons.

The more our thoughts are in alignment with Source, the better we feel.

Pay attention to your thoughts today and speak nicely to yourself.

Two Posts

These are posts from two years apart that sound like a complete contradiction, maybe a bit of explanation would be helpful.

Most of these posts are what I needed in my life at their time of arrival. I started sharing them in hopes that others struggling with similar things could utilize them too.

The first (2018) deals with events from my present lifetime that I have/had drug along with me.

Events in our life can come to define us if you lock into them. They can become like a costume we wear and the emotions of that costume can swallow up the possibilities of change.

Sometimes it can be difficult to free ourselves once we have clothed ourselves in a certain way. We say “This is just how I am.” and with that declaration we pencil out many other possible choices.

That’s why, I’ve noticed, that these morning post are so repetitive in regards as to where we focus our thoughts. Repetitive thoughts don’t offer us a lot of new opportunities.

As we change our thoughts about ourselves and our percieved world, we can slowly nudge our life in a different direction.

The second post ( 2020) deals with the possibility of past incarnations. I choose to believe them to be valid experiences. I base that on my personal experience and on the work pioneered by Delores Cannon and the many practitioners that have helped people access this information. Of course Buddhism and Hinduism have embraced this belief for centuries.

Practitioners believe that many of our present life struggles are unresolved issues from prior incarnations. Similar to a spiritual memory or comparable to spiritual DNA. Once readdressed the issue in this lifetime often fades away.

I don’t know if it is a proveable phenomena, but I personally have found it to be life changing for myself and for others. Thanks.

Dragging stuff along

Morning Meds; 10 17 18

It is important to address past hurts and experiences, if they seem to be impeding our growth,

but a preoccupation with the past can rob us our future.

It dulls our appreciation of the endless nows we are passing through.

A fixation on ones past, is like trying to complete your spiritual journey while walking backwards.

So much of our growth is learning to let things go, so we are no longer holding ourselves in place.

Embers

Morning Meds; 10 17 20

Strewn along the path of our imagined personal journey lie the living embers of lives once lived.

These embers contain lessons learned and are always available to be taken in hand, blown upon with conscious intent and rekindled into flame.

The warmth of their fire, the aroma of their contents and the energy they contain can be reexperienced.

No reason not to make the best of every opportunity afforded to us.

Which end of the magnet

Morning Meds; 10 16 18

We can believe that we are vulnerable to outside negative energies or

we can believe that we are so filled with light that the positive will repel all danger.

Both views can be completely accurate, we are beings of free will and choice.

We can decide which end of the magnet we choose to experience. .