For your consideration….

Today’s message talks about “shedding.” It draws our attention to what we no longer need and therefore no longer serves us. Consider this quote by Rev. Janice Chrysler in her book Make It Happen.

“When you can let go of holding onto what no longer is serving you, a wonderful

sense of freedom is born within you. You are able to focus more clearly on what you

 need to do and when you kick your ego out of your way, the path is more easily revealed.”

Quite simply put, if we don’t need it, it is clutter that is taking up space for something else can be of service to us. The “It” can be people, things, ideas, beliefs, money,  etc., anything that takes up time and space in our physical, mental or spiritual lives.

How should we go about this? We might be thinking, “I don’t have time for this.” Chunk it out. Take it a piece at a time. And as things, ideas, people come into our lives, ask the question, “Is this serving me well? Is it helping me to grow? Does it fit with the path I am on?” We can simple ask the questions about all that comes up lots of times each and every day. We can remember our dreams and the Guidance they provide us. We can meditate every day opening up the channel with our Guidance and listen to the coaching we receive.

Letting go can be hard but it is sometimes it is necessary to respect ourselves and honor our life purpose. Our Guidance is ready to help us but we have free will and have to give it permission to remove what we no longer need or serves us.

That is the HOPE. And so it is.

Bit by bit, piece by piece, HOPE by HOPE action steps anyone can take….

-Meditate/pray…ask…”What is my next step for my highest good and the highest good of all?”

-Drink lots of water.

-Get outdoors and take in at least 10 deep breaths.

-Shed what no longer serves you….bit by bit, piece by piece.

What made me smile yesterday…..

-I am finding ways to get housework done that does not disturb sleep beauty, Bruce. It has been an ongoing battle for years. I get up early and want to get chores done  but am limited because my husband, Bruce, sleeps until noon. By noon, I want to be done and ready to do errands, craft, read etc. But I am getting creative.

-Catching up with Jackie.

-Some crafting done.

-Finishing a good book.

Love, Blessings and Gratitude,

Rev. Chris


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