My cry is ‘Freedom!’My quest is re-Union! I refuse to be defined by the past.I will not be limited by circumstances.Fear and doubt will not have the last say. I refuse to journey back in time to past grievances, offences or perceived slights. I will spread my wings and fly high. I will soar on … Continue reading Freedom calls
The saying goes that the best things in life give themselves for free. They are not received through effort, striving or desire. We get the most out of life when we stop making demands of it. When we step into the flow of life, the currents and tides bring us the best it offers … … Continue reading Careful for nothing
Allow God to be in you. Allow God to be with you. Allow God to be through you. Surrender to your true purpose, your identity, your destiny. Surrender to Love.
I was not disobedient to the heavenly vision. Acts 26:19 Walk true to the measure of light that you have been given.Work with what you have received. Grace and Providence will serve up the next, when you are ready. Don’t run with another’s dream, values or beliefs. Draw instead from the deep wells within you. … Continue reading This little light of mine
Don’t worry. Don’t fret when life and circumstances beyond your control, divert you off course. Don’t lose sleep when compelled to take a U-turn. Trust in a benevolent and coherent Universe that holds the blueprint and works together for your ultimate good. Be flexible. Bend when you have to.When the pressure eases, resume your course. … Continue reading Diversions and delays
Return to me, child. Return to your centre. Move at your own determined pace. March to the beat of your own inner pacemaker. Pick up your pace from the inside out; not outside in. Resist the temptation to give up your peace for anxious energy, in pursuit of legitimate goals and activities. Look out for … Continue reading Finding your rhythm
The natural mind wants all the facts and circumstances aligned perfectly before resting in peace. But as soon as the mind perceives a change to the situation …this transient peace evaporates! I am left exhausted by the many peaks and throughs of this transient, illusionary peace. I yearn for true peace. Authentic, consistent and true.The … Continue reading True peace
Sometimes it takes faith to quit the race,to swim against the tide of coventional wisdom. Sometimes it takes faith to step off the pitch,to walk away from the game; and refuse to play by the old rules. Caught up in striving and trying to succeed. We work hard, strive and struggle.After all, you’ve heard the … Continue reading Faith to quit
I know this to be true … Whilst fear may motivate me to act ‘right’, only love will truly transform me. Nothing built on a foundation of fear truly lasts or bears fruit. Love is the eternal and foundational building block for ALL that endures. that includes me, my life, my dreams and my aspirations. … Continue reading Life’s building block
Understanding the nature of the relationship between me and my thoughts, has been very liberating indeed. NEGATIVE THOUGHTS,LIKE SOME GUESTS,DO MAKE UNANNOUNCED VISITS.BUT I DON’T HAVE TO ENTERTAIN THEM. Thoughts come barging in unannounced. They emerge and occur in my conscious mind. They feel very much like my own creation. However, they are not mine … Continue reading Unannounced guests
Much effort and energy has been spent, trying to reform the ego.Much time has been spent, waiting on the ego to ‘get it’ I wanted ego to see and align with what I know to be true,I wanted ego to align with what I know to be real. It cannot. I had to quit flogging … Continue reading Mission impossible
Do you sometimes feel like the quest for your true self and the realisation of your dreams and all you know to be True, is a journey of two steps forward and one step backwards? I do. Truth be told, this happens more often than ‘sometimes’ and not always just one step backwards. Perhaps you … Continue reading Two steps forward
Judas Iscariot has gone down in infamy as the ultimate betrayer, thanks to Christian tradition and gospel accounts, Apparently, he sold out Jesus by giving up his location to the authorities for 30 pieces of silver. The close friend and confidant who had shared meals with Jesus from the same plate and table, gave him … Continue reading When betrayal is good
When I was younger, I relished the debate.I would gleefully jump into the fray.Keen to make or prove my point, Eager to show or prove the errors of their ways or beliefs, I would verbally wrestle and reason with acquaintances, friends and family. I am older and hopefully wiser now.I have come to see the … Continue reading Truth known, not spoken.
“I believe; help my unbelief!” Mark 9:24 The real and authentic me sees, knows and believes the truth. Yet it seems I live daily with the tug of war between what I know to be true, and what I experience via the 5 senses (smell, touch, hearing, sight and taste). This sensual data helps my … Continue reading Conflicted