Newsletter : November 6, 2012
There is a lot being asked of everyone right now. A perspective to hold is that nature is perfect, and you are part of nature. Everything is in order, even in the wake of a storm. Even during an election cycle in which the idea of “us and them” gets repeated over and over, along with a dose of fear. In truth, all is well, and we can let our acceptance of this truth radiate throughout the world through prayer.
“Thank you, Mother/Father God, for the perfect wellness and peace of every single being on the planet. Thank you for every person and animal gracefully having all of their needs met and exceeded. Thank you for being so strong and present with everyone on the East Coast of the United States. Thank for working with and through all repair workers, local and federal officials, police, doctors, nurses and medical staff. Thank you for everyone in the world feeling seen and heard, receiving their perfect support, and for being honored as they are right now. Thank you for the fair election on Tuesday and for the results being for the highest possible good of the United States and the world. We ask for this or something better, right now, in all directions of time. And so it is.”
Now is a time to drop out of fights. That means dropping out of placing your attention on what you don’t want and giving your full focus to what you do want. It means dropping out of blame, victimization and revenge. It means embracing our shared vision of a peaceful planet. It means recognizing that everyone is doing their best – even folks you disagree with.
Much of what we are experiencing is unfamiliar. What is unfamiliar is the degree of intensity in our daily reality. Self care is a key in navigating this time – which may seem counter-intuitive when so much of our attention can go outside of ourselves. Faith provides continuity in unfamiliar territory. We can trust that order exists, and our choice to focus our attention on what we want provides God with valuable information, as we are co-creating our world with the Divine.
God, your angels and guides are right there for you in every moment. They know what is going on, and can help expand your perspective. They know everything about you and love you unconditionally. They understand you.
Our fear of being misunderstood often prevents us from standing in our full power. The recent storm illuminated a simple truth about people – that we instinctively take care of each other and know how to support one another. We thrive in groups and communities. This is also exactly true of your guides, as they work as a team to support you. This is a perfect time to give them more room to work on your behalf. Surrender your intentions to your team. Let things happen. Then notice where you can take guided action. This is an act of faith – and power. It is also a way to move through unfamiliar energy with grace.