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Day 5: Now is the Time

Now is the Time

Every now and again, I find myself paddling madly upstream against the prevailing current of well-being, most especially when I’m judging myself for being human, imperfect, flawed.

Today, I choose I to celebrate my imperfection as the adventure of living, knowing that, as Thomas Drier so wisely reminds us, “Today should always be our most wonderful day.”

I so enjoy being here now, in this physical body – to love, to laugh, to delight in the beauty of this natural world and to flow juicy orgasmic energy to what aligns with my soul…that which nurtures and sustains and uplifts me.  I appreciate the opportunity to express my authentic gifts, to show up here on the page naked and unadulterated and seemingly vulnerable.  I’m seeing the value of being here fully in the moment, forgiving myself for being less than perfect, socially awkward, not up to my own standards.

I acknowledge that my harsh self-judgment is neither productive nor inspiring.  So I choose to remember that enjoying life is about being able to re-member to live in the now, recalling the true essence of BEing in this moment.

And so can you.

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Appreciation

“We want you to realize the peak you are upon. We want you to realize the process you are about. We want you to realize the potential for clarity and fun and humor and laughter and knowing and love and appreciation and what humans call the comfort of wellbeing.

We want you to begin to experience THAT more, moment by moment by moment by moment. Because life is supposed to feel good to you…

We want you to feel the fullness of who you are. And we want to say bluntly that anything less than that is really outrageously less than what you intended as you came forth into this physical body.”

~ Abraham-Hicks, North Los Angeles, 1/28/12

A quick post of gratitude for all of my readers, my mentors, my clients, my family, and my friends.

I am filled with joyous appreciation for the connection we share, and for the opportunity to be a part of your life!

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Carolyn


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Rainbows…

There are many areas in my life where I feel amazingly GOOD about what’s happening…and then today I heard some sad news from my son.  In parenting situations like these, I find it most challenging to navigate my thoughts and feelings and maintain a positive, uplifted vibe.  As Abraham-Hicks says,

“You are here because you are wanting to really be Deliberate Creators. And we want you to know that a Deliberate Creator is really a deliberate feeler. A Deliberate Creator is one who says, “I want so much to feel good, because when I feel good, I’m in alignment with that which is my Source.” A Deliberate Creator does not demand that circumstances change so that you can have a better-feeling response to the circumstances. A Deliberate Creator says, “I will choose–from what seems to be available–the very best-feeling thought, past, present or future, that I can find, and I will fixate on it until it becomes the reason for my vibrational offering. And I know that Law of Attraction will then accumulate around that vibrational offering. And then, I will reach for the better thought and the better thought, and the better thought.”
And what you will discover is that there is always a better thought.”

So it’s clear to me that my work is to walk myself up the vibrational scale from scared and sad; to see the rainbow in the clouds, so to speak.  Here goes:

I’m glad my son called to tell me in person

I’m glad he is alive

He knows that there are people working on his behalf behind the scenes

He has freedom of choice

He will be back home in a month or so

I will be in a better position in all ways to assist him then

He is smart and funny and resourceful

He desires a better life

He has skills and talents

I believe there can be a gift in this situation

I trust the Universe

Everything is unfolding in perfect Divine timing

…My son knows how much he is loved.

Better, much better.  🙂