Then I remembered my new transformed mind set and my affirmation for today 'love did not create this'. I am enjoying finding and seeing the message from the universe. There is something cathartic in having faith in reason, in there being a reason for everything.
Having experienced some acute depression over the past 10 or so years I have done a lot of mindful work. I have read many self help books and I guess from this current miracles excursion I'm still reading and working. I believe that some of this past work is helping ease my way along this miraculous path.
Of the inspirational folks I included in my treasury teachings from two in particular have remained with me, perhaps not constantly but on a continually recurring theme. Robin Sharma introduced me to the idea of the holy hour - some me time in the morning that can be used to get some grounding and focusing on my authentic direction. It's strange, or maybe not, but when I engage in this daily practise my days and life are so much calmer. And Sarah Ban Breathnach's Daybook of Comfort and Joy brings a nice daily reminder on life's simplicities. Today's message was about accepting real life and I love the quote from Natalie Goldberg "Our task is to say a holy yes to the real things of our life as they exist." This reinforces my aim of using what I already have in my creativity this year.
I am enjoying 'May Cause Miracles'. I am liking the way it splits the day up - perhaps I actually have a liking for routine, who knew? And combined with my past work I am surrendering to what is to be in the knowledge that everything I want and need comes to me in the perfect way.
So, what do I wish for my home? That it remain the calm and cosy haven that it has grown to be.
As all you lovely wishcasters out there wish for yourself
I wish for you also.