Think about it?

I was asked a question that caused me to stop and think about how I am not thinking so much these days. LOL! what a funny thought…….  My sweet friend Willo asked me today, “how do you turn off the thinking”. Clearly the thinking never wants to stop as I had to think about this.  I proceeded ever so quietly as to tip toe around the sleeping bear and not to engage it and awaken it.

The thinker has been very creative for it can come up with a million thoughts a minute, setting up all kinds of scenarios which could implicate the thinker. If not the thinking of memories it was future planning or my children and family issues or maybe the neighbors; everything and everyone in the universe. I would take this out for a most glorious expansion of the busiest mind-blowing distraction.

“I think therefore I am?”  Do we only exist because we think it so? Or, are we here eternally even if we are not thinking about it? Do we think a tree will make a sound when it falls even when there is no one to witness? Who is the witness, the thinker, or the observer?

Thoughts are a part of our manifesting, however untamed and unfocused will create more distortion and random projection that shows up everywhere. Rather than letting the wild horses run when a thought arises if the thought is creative which brings forth the magic that I seek than I will allow it to surface. If it is one of those endless random thoughts of static we pick up from the collective sound waves I just try to let it go and tune the station into clarity and creativity ~ channel 1111 on the dial or 1234.

My answer to Willo was that I had to quiet the external world, to simplify and limit the drama around me. To return to a space of quiet and centeredness on the inside, I changed my outside so that there was less to consider. Or perhaps I actually quieted my inside and the external therefore reflected this, hmmm – think about it.

Love and thinking of you,


You are worthy, IAM worthy

See me, hear me, feel me……. validate me for IAM worthy

While entering my food co-op today, there were 3 beautiful souls sitting near the entrance taking shelter from the rain. A young couple with their dog and a newly befriended young man with sparkling white teeth and his dog. I could tell how white his teeth were by his endless smile. I stopped to visit with the three of them to find out about their journey. Our co-op is a safe haven for transient musicians and allows them to earn money for their talents. We all connected, shared our story and what I realized was how grateful they were to be seen, to be validated, it was not just the money to buy food. “Please notice me their spirit called out.”

There can be no greater gift than that of validating another’s worth. Why would I say this? We all seek to feel special, to be important and recognized, appreciated. When I can love enough to recognize myself in their eyes, to see the face of God in another, I empower myself.

Often I find myself in a place on this planet with someone who is pleading for attention, “see me, hear me, please just feel my pain”  as their soul cries out to reach me, to connect on the deepest level and to know. Sometimes spirit cries out from another embodiment and while often they are not listening we may hear the plea. If in that moment’s pause we validate that they are worthy we now have brought back an aspect of self for recognition.

The grace of our power is in the love and recognition of all that we are, love is allowing, forgiving and inclusive.

Love and Recognition,

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