For your consideration…

I have read lots about Edgar Cayce and his work. I find it fascinating. I am not sure why I have been away from it for so long but recently have been drawn back to it. So I am not surprised that I was called to his message for today’s blog. In fact, all I was given was “Edgar Cayce.” When I questioned more, I was told I “would know it when I saw it.” And of course, I did.

Our message is about two important things. The first is focus and the second is our personal power and responsibility.

Our first thought might be that it’s hard to stay in balance. It is hard to keep our body, mind, spirit, and soul all on the same page. Yet for our optimum health and growth, it is what we must strive to do.

We know when we are on the right path because we can feel it. Just as we can feel when we are on the wrong path. How do we feel about that….overwhelmed, worried, scared? We may but we shouldn’t. Turn that around. Instead, focus on the postitive…the HOPE…that is inherently ours because we have the power to change our negative thoughts, words, and deeds around. We can replace them with thoughts, words, and deeds that are positive and HOPEful. We can create balance in our lives.

We are reminded that maintaining good balance, positive energy, create good health, good work, etc., is our personal responsibility to create the space in our lives for it.

We have a choice. We always have a choice. We can focus on sickness, fear, defeat, etc. Or we can focus on health, bravery, success, etc.

That is the HOPE. And so it is.


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

-Affirm…“I am loved.”

-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.

-Control our focus. Be aware of our thoughts, words, and deeds.


What made me smile yesterday…

-A beautiful day.

-Vicki and Danny came by.

-A good visit with Dianne.

-A couple of baby quilts sewn.


Love, Blessings, and Gratitude,

Rev. Chris



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