TIPS FOR TODAY:
# 1 – In a seeming convoluted way I “just happened” to come across this excerpt from ACIM that reminds me of living in the now and leading w/ my heart/inner guidance and not my head…..
“The mind engaged in planning for itself is occupied in setting up
control of future happenings. It does not think that it will be provided
for, unless it makes its own provisions. Time becomes a future
emphasis, to be controlled by learning and experience obtained
from past events and previous beliefs. It overlooks the present, for
it rests on the idea the past has taught enough to let the mind direct
its future course.
The mind that plans is thus refusing to allow for change. What it has
learned before becomes the basis for its future goals. Its past
experience directs its choice of what will happen. And it does not see
that here and now is everything it needs to guarantee a future quite
unlike the past, without a continuity of any old ideas and sick beliefs.
Anticipation plays no part at all, for present confidence directs the way.”
∼A Course In Miracles
# 2 – More on allowing change and being in the flow from Dr. Sue Morter….
# 3 – I think I actually shared this some time ago, but recently came across it again on FB and just love it! Need to look at this each morning to set the tone for my day.
# 4 – Ah yes, the question keeps the flow going and the door open to all sorts of possibilities; thinking you have the answer shuts things down…..
“I find that a lot of people are more invested in position-taking than they
are in the inquiry. Generally speaking, I am in the inquiry. I live in the
question. People have so many positions, and usually the evidence is not
strong enough for them really to be so confident in those conclusions.
There are just a lot of things that are not certain.”
– Jerry Brown, quoted in “The Atlantic”
# 5 – A good reminder from Byron Katie….
# 6 – Wow, that last line is a “corker.”
When you are really in the flow with your Inner Being, ideas come easily—they are implemented easily. It’s fun while you are in the process of them, and it doesn’t matter how they unfold; and nothing can go wrong, and it doesn’t matter if you don’t get it done, it’s just fun to do it. Your Inner Being feels no limit. So, anything that feels like limits is something that you have self-imposed. ∼Abraham