Julia: September 2010 Archives
In order to heal, you need to be ready. Here are some affirmations to use for "diagnostic" purposes to see if you're ready (pay attention to where you're feeling
resistance--see if you believe them or not):
- I'm ready to be healthy.
- I'm ready to feel good.
- I'm ready to express my true Self.
- I'm ready to be radiant.
- I'm ready to look fabulous.
- I'm ready to be in shape.
- I'm ready to let my Spirit be in charge of my life.
Ask your Spirit "What do I need to do to be ready?" (journal, listen, expect inspiration) Also, you might shift these by saying "I'm ready to be ready..." i.e. "I'm ready to be ready to feel good." "I'm ready to be ready to look fabulous," etc. OR, if that doesn't shift it, you can try, "I'm willing to be ready..."
Apologies to those were unable to get on the call--I'll be uploading a recording for those who had registered for it. And if you didn't even know about the teleseminar, I'll be offering another one in November. The price of admission is that you need to purchase Choosing Easy World and then visit http://choosingeasyworld.com to collect the bonuses, one of which is the teleseminar, but there are a slew of great ones from something like 80 other teachers.
Enjoy the process of reclaiming radiant health! It's your birthright, indeed.
And this picture of my favorite spot on the front porch of the cottage does, too.
Hopefully, I'll get ambitious and actually write something soon, but for now, the photos will have to do! I'm sure you understand.
I live in Easy World where everything is easy. Breathing...relaxing...allowing...and enjoying...and what do you know? Magic is unfolding!!!
So why am I calling this a crazy time? We made the decision to move and found a great house very rapidly there, which meant scrambling to get everything lined up to rent our house in Denver out. I'm not going to go into all the details, but there are LOTS! Fortunately, we are Easy World citizens (if only part time!) and have managed to stay in EW with this--at least most of the time--and have attracted a lot of good help.
In the midst of it all, we're going to make our annual pilgrmmage to Lake Michigan, which is something of a necessity what with the work that will be going on here while we're away. I don't relish being in the middle of it, so it was extra incentive to go. No doubt, it has added some complexity to the situation, but complexity doesn't have to be Difficult World--not if you let Easy World handle it! So, before we move east, we'll be driving to the lake and back and then across country again for good--however long "for good" turns out to be! I do dream of tropical islands...
I've had my sad moments at leaving here--the thought of leaving my garden has gotten me choked up more than once, and knowing I'll be doing without my little swimming pool for a year or so has also brought the tears. I love our house and it has been a place of great growth for me--I've written 2 books here and become a different person here (the one up side of living on one's Pluto line!). I console myself about living so far away from the Hamrick girls by reminding myself we don't see them very much anyway and that when they come to visit, we may have more quality time with them. And there's the phone, email and Facebook, etc.
Overall, however, this move has really felt right, and the way things have clicked into place has assured me that it is in alignment with the Design for Harmony. Even Rick, who would probably stay in Denver for the rest of his life if not for me, is excited. I'm feeling really great about the possibilities that can open up for us there. Not only do I have a great feeling about what we can do in our new location, I've been delighted over and over with the way things have lined up to make it easy for us and to assure us that we're always guided. Being in Easy World is the only way to go through a transition like this!