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A course I am taking, called Putting God First, asks me to let awareness of my fears and upsets come to mind and then surrender those upsets to God’s love to do Its healing work in my mind. It then asks me what I learned through the experience of surrendering. This is what I wrote: I noticed that almost all the fears I listed were of future events – “possible” future events. The rest of my upsets were about “past” events – done – over with – “can’t do anything about it” events .Here I sit, safe in God’s love, worrying about things that might not ever happen or that I cannot change. WHAT A WASTE OF TIME!

It’s a beautiful day. I am going for a walk.

Let your spirit soar!
Paula

 

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As a young child, I often enjoyed having sleepovers with my cousin. By bedtime, we would usually find ourselves with an unstoppable case of the giggles. If asked, we couldn’t have said what was so funny. We laughed for the sheer joy of it. As an adult, I laugh fairly often, but it is usually in response to something and it is rarely the uncontrollable laughter of my childhood. But, lately, that is changing.

 The great news is that my increasing merriment is due to an inner shift, not an external one, so I can carry it with me wherever I go. I find that the more time I spend quieting my mind and trying to align myself with our true, divine nature of love, peace and joy, the lighter and freer I feel.

 My friend called me the other day, just as I had finished meditating. I had been practicing sending love to everyone I could think of (including the less “lovable” people in my life). I was feeling so high that I had trouble holding a conversation with her, because – you guessed it – I couldn’t stop giggling.

 Let your spirit soar!
Paula

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