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It’s Always Something

By | Affirmation, Bold Living, Conscious Remembering, David Ault, Divine Order, Gilda Radner, Intentional Living, New Thought, Reclaiming Freedom, Spirituality | No Comments

Beloved comedienne Gilda Radner frequently joked, “It’s always something.” So many see and relate to our everyday human existence with perpetual overwhelm. Life seems packed with situations we feel must be overcome. Our existence can be lived in a vibration of low or high panic, invading everyone’s days regardless of socioeconomic status. This is especially evident when we bemoan life solely as an obstacle course of unending challenge. Without a mental reframe about this thing called Life, our narrative devolves into futility and a belief in struggle as the norm. Gilda was right. It is always something, yet that something…

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Pin The Tail On The Donkey

By | Awareness, Divine Order, Intentional Living, New Thought | No Comments

Remember this game – Pin the tail on the donkey? This childhood birthday activity required us to be spun around, blindfolded, leaving us to dizzily make an attempt to pin a paper tail on the proper location of the donkey poster while navigating through darkness. The one who came closest to pinning it in the proper anatomical location won. At times it seems we can’t help ourselves. We still play it. Our physical nature continues pinning blame on something or someone on a ‘donkey’ of worldly effect. We have been blindly spun and tossed by winds of irrational opinion, raised…

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The World Is Our Classroom

By | Affirmation, Blog, Divine Order, Intentional Living, Kahlil Gibran, New Thought, Spirituality | No Comments

We are perpetual students and the world is our classroom. Profound and necessary learning comes from situations we encounter outside our comfort zones. Kahlil Gibran wisely reminded, “I have learned silence from the talkative, toleration from the intolerant, and kindness from the unkind; yet, strange, I am ungrateful to those teachers.” Within every dialogue, every interaction lie opportunities for us to willingly examine the varied range of subjective perceptions and emotional reactions erupting from us. These encounters are gifts for growth. And, as writer Neale Donald Walsch poignantly writes from the perspective of God in his Conversations With God book…

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You Can’t Hurry The Harvest

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Private victories precede public victories. You can’t invert that process any more than you can harvest a crop before you plant it. ~ Stephen Covey I am reminded of the phrase, “You can’t hurry the harvest.” In order to even have a harvest, one must plant the seed(s) to begin with. One must nurture, cultivate and tend to the care of the soil. The harvest comes in its right and proper time. When we each advance to that place where we know beyond all doubt that our prayers are answered – that our good is there, then absolutely nothing interferes with the harvest. The already-having- received consciousness delivers every…

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Divine Order

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Take into account that everything around you is birthed from the seed of genius. The experiences, the relationships, the rise and fall of all human experience – each has its genesis in that seed. We call it Divine Order and it is the path that all sentient beings already travel upon. Some walk this path with conscious awareness – others sleep walk and zig-zag like ball bearings in a pin ball machine maneuvered by the reflexes of others. Reawake from the stumbling and trudging and begin viewing your steps as energetic intentions carrying you towards experiences of euphoric mystery and expansion. Start…

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The Nucleus Of All Life

By | Divine Order, Healing, New Thought, Spirituality | No Comments

There is a sustaining energy that is the nucleus of all livingness – it links everything and everyone. It is infinite in nature – always has been, always will be. This energy is personalized in your life by your willingness to recognize it.  To say that good does not exist for you is perhaps one of our greatest fallacies.  It is self-inflicted disconnection. (Think of yelling at the electrical cord pulled out of the socket for not giving you power.) By gathering evidence of its absence or forming coalitions to debate its demise, only makes its apparent absence seem more…

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