Hello everyone. Thanks for spending this time reading my message for today. This week I have been learning – quicker and more thoroughly than usual – the value of rest and recuperation. I have had a busy time over the last four weeks or so meeting three or four new clients each week. This has been wonderful and I have noticed an acceleration in the development of my intuitive skills and spiritual awareness over this period. The week away in Rottnest was a lovely break, but being away from home and out of my usual routine is a little stressful for me and often puts me out of balance physically. I clearly still need to learn a lot more about letting go and relaxing when on holiday. Towards the end of our trip my itchy eyes problem flared up again and I have spent the last six days calmly trying to remedy it and understand from a mind/body perspective what triggers this reaction.
Asking for information about this in meditation gave me some clues but it didn’t feel like the whole picture. Yet again my inquiring mind got the better of me as I tried to place the messages I received in meditation into the framework I had already formed in my mind. It all became much clearer to me yesterday morning and I devoted my day to being outside in the fresh air, doing my first yoga class in three months and having a long meditation session. Today my eyes are much improved and hopefully I will wake up tomorrow morning minus the bags and extra wrinkles.
Sometimes a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, as it prevents us from seeing each day, person and event with fresh eyes. How often do you find that you have made up your mind about a particular issue only minutes or even seconds after it has come into your awareness? I feel it is a natural part of human nature to make sense of and categorize information as quickly as possible, as this makes us feel safe and secure. Once we ‘know’ how we feel or think about a person, idea or situation we seem to make a choice to either engage with it or reject it. Engaging usually results in us feeling emotions like empathy, sympathy, compassion, love, admiration and enthusiasm. When we reject a person, idea or event by judging them as wrong or bad we are separating ourselves from them and effectively saying, “this is not me and I can not identify with it/him/her”. My message for today is that we are all everyone and everything. Inside each of us there is the potential for every emotion, thought and behaviour that any human being has ever displayed. This is important because when we feel love, acceptance and compassion for others on this planet we raise our own and the planet’s capacity to feel love and peace. We are all connected and can all support one another to live better lives.
The Australian Bush Flower Essence for prejudice and judgement without prior experience is Freshwater Mangrove Essence . The Bush Essence for increasing our understanding that we are all one and that we are all supported by universal love is Sydney Rose. Feel free to click through to the website to learn more.
Love to you all