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December 27, 2020
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Week 13- Christmas and family

I wanted the perfect Christmas, all my family speaking to each other and enjoying just being together.

So I just believed in the miracle this year and it happened.

I brought my mom home from the nursing home and my sister and her husband came over for lunch, they had not visited my mom in 2 years. They had many excuses for not visiting(old resentments) but my persitence paid off, and I saw the most wonderful smile on my Mom’s face, and many times she said, “this has been a really good day.”

My mom has dementia and for her to articulate those words was a Christmas miracle in my eyes.

I am reminded, that my closeness to my mom allows me to understand how much this meant to her, and that is just a blessing.

I am so grateful

I persist and I win!

Merry Christmas

December 18, 2020
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Week 11 & 12- The Sit


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Oh, to be like Superwoman. To step into that phone booth as mild-mannered Clark Kent and step out as Superwomn — fit, flamboyant, ready to fly off and change the world!

But here I am, full of to do’s as I come into my sit and later opening my eyes — same old list staring me in the face. Clark Kent is transformed. I’m not.

Forget the sit. I want a phone booth.

Friends, it’s not the sit. It’s me.

I’m not sitting alone. I’m with God Almighty, the Universal Mind and I play the part of Clark Kent, the reporter.

I report the news. I tell what’s happening. I provide all the details. I fill my time with words.

They’re broke. They need money. He’s gotta find a job.

Oh my she’s terribly sick. There’s so much she should be doing.

It’s the big game. The team has worked hard. They really want to win.

Good little reporter that I am, I don’t just describe what’s happening. I tell the universe what needs to happen.

This job is perfect for him. They have to hire him.

Heal her. Get her back to work.

Give them the victory. They deserve it.

One day, I step into my sit, a bigger to do list than usual.

This is such a mess! I don’t know what they should do. You’re the all-seeing, all-knowing Universal mind. You tell me.

I sense the response:

Ah, you’re catching on.

Who am I to tell Universal mind what to do? He’s omniscient and omnipresent. I can’t tell Him anything He doesn’t already know.

I learn to check my Clark-Kent self at the begining of my sit. I speak less and listen more. Universal Mind grants me glimpses from His perspective.

He loves money too much.

She needs to be still and know that I am the beginning and the end.

They want that trophy more than they want Me.

I’ve been thinking about what I want and asking Universal Mind to save the day Superman-style, to provide the quick fix, the happy here-and-now. But Universal Mind looks at the long term, what’s best for eternity. An easy life produces flabby souls. Temporary trouble can be a stepping stone to superwoman character.

I learn to trust universal Mind’s plan over my do to list.

Please teach me to store up my treasure in heaven.

Surround her hospital bed with your presence.

Win or lose, may they play glory.

And that hopeless mess?

Your will be done. I am in the flow, harmony reigns in my life.

Superwoman is taking her cape off for good

December 11, 2020
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week 10- The giving season

I am happy when I give.

This is the perfect season to do just that, I am holding doors for the person behind me, putting away shopping carts in the grocery store parking lots, smiling at the dog park attendees with wishes of Merry Christmas. Hey this is fun.

I gave coffee cards to my handyman crew. I took my Mom a bouquet of flowers to brighten her room at the Nursing home. I give the gift of flashing cards and dmp readings to myself. I can feel myself smile as I flash those cards and the good feelings that wash over me…priceless. Yes, how I feel shows in my actions and behaviors, and CHOICES, so everything is connected. This season, simple happiness from me to you. This Christmas is so different from the last, but covid 19 regulations has me feeling grateful for the better version of my self (MKE thank you) loving and observing the all the wonderful little things in my life. I have this crazy smile plastered on my face all the time.

Todays happiness adventure is helping my daughter finish her shopping, fun yeah!

November 25, 2020
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Week 8 & 9- Small Steps

Give more get more, persistence in giving and being. One step at a time is not too difficult. I smile and in my mind, I say “I love you.”

Each day’s efforts are my small attempts repeated until I succeed in meeting my future self.

That woman of grace and compassion, who is organized and successful. The one who is perfect, whole, strong, powerful, loving harmonious and happy. During my sits I talked to her, we laugh, drink coffee, catch up on what is going on in our lives. I love her, she is my best friend, she feels less and less like a stranger. I think back to how we met, that ribbon of circumstance that crossed our paths. So I persistently take small steps towards the new woman in my life, me.

November 14, 2020
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Week 7- Thank you

Thank you

I challenge you to think of two more beautiful words.

Yes, I am grateful for my health, wealth and love in my life. So thank you universe.

I also realize that my old blueprint created all that was and presently is but change is coming, my new positive thinking is creating my future fabric woven into a new health, wealth and love.

An opportunity presented itself, an acquaintance blurted out a tale that made me gasp, I could so relate, watching helplessly as your son, makes the worse possible decision, police, lawyers and definite jail time. Do I say, “I will pray for you” and walk away? Or do I roll up my sleeves and help?

Old blueprint/new blueprint, I go with my heart, and say I am here, what can I do to help. I offer financial help and I offer to listen. I will meet you anywhere, anytime and I will stand with you and hold your hand as you watch this unfold. I am reminded of OG I endure sadness for it opens my soul. I can only imagine the sorrow of my friend, how do you help a child bent on destroying his life?

I love, I listen, I help and I hear the two most beautiful words “Thank you”