My Intuitive Journey: Regular Direct Contact, Part II
Live the life you have while you create the life of your dreams.
Don’t think you have to choose one over the other.
—Hal Elrod, The Miracle Morning
I have to say, I’ve been enjoying this walk down memory lane. So much has happened in the past year, and my communication with my guides has become so frequent and common that I now almost take it for granted that it’s always been around. I read these journal entries and keep thinking, My gosh, just a year!
So, let’s carry on. This week, I have four journal entries to share with you. (Remember, as much as possible, I present these without comment, as I think you experiencing the journey with me as it happened, without the benefit of hindsight, can be helpful.) You may recall from the June 21 entry in last week’s post that my guides suggested I use the rest of June to start acclimating myself to The Miracle Morning Life Savers. I did that, getting myself up a bit earlier each morning and starting to implement my neglected self-care. And I was guided to start working on writing my book again.
Saturday 25 June 2016
I’ve been slowly implementing the principles of The Miracle Morning over the past few days. … Got up with the alarm … at 7:30 every morning. … I’ve exercised all but one morning. … I’ve been using affirmations, and I’ve been feeling the effects of the positive mindset from reading the book.
With all that, I’ve been continuing my practice of my new habits of [better self-care]. …
I’ve also been once again implementing fresh vegetables and fruits back into our diets, with fewer wheat-based carbs … along with mindfully drinking more water. …
I’m feeling better and getting more done every day, so I am pleased. Oh—and made my own eczema cream1, which has slowly been healing my flare spots better than anything else I’ve tried in the past few years. My body is once again starting to be more under control and less like a planet subject to extreme volcanism and tectonic shifting and tidal forces!
Thursday 30 June 2016
Looking back at my Year-Ahead Reading [I occasionally get intuitive readings from others, too, and this one from Lindsay at The Daily Awe was simply superb for helping me get through a very challenging year!], I see that June was going to be a month of profound transformation. The text says, “Don’t settle for second best; set your course and your goals for the upcoming months and then go for it. Be certain, be confident, and all is yours for the taking.” Well, I guess I’m on track, and I am, yet again, [glad] that I trusted the guidance nudging me to pay for this Year-Ahead Reading, because it’s helped me keep my confidence up and keep trusting my intuition.
Coming up for July is creating “something new, something that will be of lasting value,” and two of the July affirmations are “My life is full of unlimited potential” and “Creative possibilities are all around me.”
I’ve got this. I can do this. My life is on the way to becoming everything I want it to be, and in the meantime, I love everything that my life already is.
Saturday 9 July 2016
The more I work on my book again … the more I feel my message needs to get out there, especially with all the hatred and division recently in our country and the world. I’m certainly not writing with any politics or recent events in mind, simply focusing on my story of spiritual growth since 2009, but I think it’s become important that others learn of it. That’s not quite accurate. I don’t think it. It’s a feeling, an impression. Not urgent, just quiet and steady. I know publishing a book takes time, and I’m still drafting the book. But the steady urge is happening.
Saturday 16 July 2016
I was looking at [a book that I quote so extensively in my memoir]. I started feeling anxious, that my story isn’t going to be all that different from [it], that it’s going to be long … that no one will read it. When I stilled my mind, I was told I will write everything the way I need to and just right for the people who need my story. It will be done at just the right time; I will be guided through this process.
Have any questions so far? Comment below or email me. I’ll probably turn the response into another blog post.
- I began having troubles with eczema in 2012, after my daughter was born, and it had gotten out of control after my son was born in October 2015; the itching kept me awake at night and left me distracted during the day. I later learned that it can be triggered by emotional stressors, as well as environmental.