|"Loving Touch" my favorite from |
Kemp Center's "Mystery Art" Auction
But TIME is the great healer.
I finally have a kitchen/dining room floor that works. I let go of the black and white checks after struggling with keeping it clean for at least twenty five years, and bought a pewter colored vinyl that will be easier to live with -- with two dogs and a three year old.
Listening to Abraham recently, I realized that everything does work out for me -- sometimes it just takes a while.
|Birds in the Garden|
by Cindy Kahler-Thomas
Abraham explains our stint here on Earth this way, "You are so much more than you realize from your physical perspective. You are conscious energy and only a small part of that has come here to focus in this physical reality. The much larger part of all that you are remains non-physical."
So, technically speaking, we can "stand beside ourself." We can -- and do get in the way of our own progress. In fact, we do it all the time because we don't understand what our emotions are, and we haven't practiced dealing with them in effective ways.
There are only two emotions. We call them different things, but one feels good and one feels bad. On the good side there is love, joy, appreciation, laughter, and on the bad side there is anger, hatred, and resentment, among a wide variety of other negative labels.
The way I understand it, this larger non-physical part of who we are, guides us, letting us know by the way we feel, if what we are thinking right now is moving us in the direction of all that we want -- or away from it.
On a daily basis, it's easy to be influenced by negative folks, not quite positive events and incidents, questionable situations. We can end up moving in the wrong direction, away from the prosperity, the loving relationships, the good health that we all want, so I signed up for "Relax! Wichita Falls!" with Ashley Josephine at Breathe Yoga (downtown Wichita Falls, across from Backdoor Theater).
Did you know that 85% of Americans don't know how to relax?
When I take the time to really relax, I feel better about everything. I find it easier to go with the flow at work. I'm better at letting people be who they are instead who I think they should be. I'm better at ignoring Chester's screaming as he responds to the "Music for Birds" that is playing on the iPad. I feel more generous about myself and toward others. I'm kinder to me. I'm better at accepting me the way I am, at seeing myself with a less critical eye.
I don't look into the future and see monsters.
In fact, I don't look into the future much at all because I'm enjoying right now.
If you want to learn how to relax, Ashley says she will offer this course again when this one is over.
Check it out at www.breatheyogawichitafalls.com