Yesterday and the day before I talked about The Shift, starring Dr. Wayne Dyer. In my first post, I told you he said that as we were growing in our mother’s womb, we had all the know-how we needed to do this. Then he asked, why don’t we have that know-how now, where did it go?
In yesterday’s post, I wanted to make clear that the answer to his question is that we didn’t lose that know-how. It didn’t vaporize at the moment of our birth; it’s never left us.
This means that we still have it within us.
All we have to do is to look within and trust what we hear, see, feel, and sense.
You may be thinking that it’s all well and good, and fine and dandy to say that but how do we actually do this, especially when the bills need to be paid, the garbage needs to be taken out, the kids need help with their homework, and the dog needs to go to obedience school.
It doesn’t take much time or effort to tune in and to listen. Here are a few suggestions:
~sitting in silence
~meditating, praying, or some type of spiritual practice
~being in Nature: walking in a park or the woods, gardening, hugging a tree
~open your creative mind you wash the dishes, clean the house, mow the lawn
~while holding a loved one
~contemplating, which is gently reflecting on something from different angles or perspectives
~reaching out a helping hand
Which one(s) of these are you going to do today?
Every day I sit in silence first thing in the morning and last thing at night so I’ll continue with that today. I’ll also open my creative mind as I straighten up the house and prepare for my upcoming week. Right now we’re in the midst of a snowstorm and this afternoon I’ll take a walk in the neighborhood enjoying the special silent connection that seems to happen when it’s snowing.
Please join me, even though many miles separate us. Let me know what you’ll do. Thanks!
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Your Friend and Pep Pal,