Midweek Musing: One, Two, Three

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MM#01:

One

I decided to try this new thing. One, two, three. Just to see.

Ok.

Let’s go.

I am musing again. It’s Wednesday. I have dealt with some things today. But I feel easy about it. The musing I have been enjoying mostly today is the writing. I get more and more excited to sit down with the words every day, usually at day’s end in the comfort of my home.

The words are magic. They can do what I tell them. They can leap and bound across the page. But I do not feel that I force them. The words I find are ones I have tuned into just as I need to. They are vibrations in energy that are passing through my energy receiver system and funneling out through my hands onto the screen.

This is resonance. This is alignment. This is the creative energy of the universe. This is the connection to the divine. This is inspiration. This is what it’s all about.

Two

Second verse, same as the first.

Reminds me of a song I heard when I was young. Only the song was much older than that. A vinyl record at my grandmother’s house. It was Herman’s Hermits, who sang in this classic 60’s British rock style and heavy Cockney accents: “I’m Henry the 8th I am. Henry the 8th I am, I am.”

My siblings and I played the tune on the record machine. Yea, one of the old ones. From back in the day. Not the brand new one you might have picked up recently if you got back into vinyl.

Anyway, we cracked up hysterically at the song the entire time. We must have played it the rest of the afternoon, laughing all the while. Tremendous energy from something so simple. It was good, it was fun, it was music and it was humor. Just joy.

And the band said, “Second verse, same as the first,” and repeated exactly the same verse again as promised.

Sometimes it’s nice to promise something and deliver on it. And to have fun all the while helps.

Three

Woo.

That’s going well. Simple. Write for writing’s sake, right? Speak and be spoken through.

Well, it is a matter of perspective, isn’t it? Are the words we speak and write our words, or God’s? Where do they come from?

Oh, yea, our mind, right? What is the mind? Is that something God created, too?

Oh, now you don’t know? Or maybe you do. Natural selection made the mind over millions of years? Yea, and so did God, right?

I mean, why should God act like God isn’t? If it takes millions or billions of years for vibrations and creations to change and evolve, why would God need to rush it?

Ok, I don’t know if you’re following me, here. I hope you are. I don’t mean to step on anybody’s beliefs here. I wanted to say toes, but I wouldn’t want to step on your toes either. I go for no blows whenever I can. Weave and bob is more my style.

For real.

I just want to express the ideas as they come. Maybe they are helpful. Maybe they give perspective.

I don’t know. I’m not the expert, am I?

You tell me what you think. Are the words we use our own, or are they God’s? Which words?

Please comment below and share this so more can be involved in the conversation.

Thanks to you all and thank you, God.

Blessings to you,

Matthew

DAY 25

 

 

P.S.

Day 24 of 30 Day Challenges

Word Art My 30 Day Blog Challenge and Self-Soothe Challenge over paper backgroundThe blog series in which I am completing my challenge from 30dayblogchallenge.com!

As well as a self-made challenge inspired by Abraham Hicks in which I self-soothe myself through negative emotion.

At the end of this 30 day journey I intend to be more fully on my life’s path, “all systems go.”

Check-In

Nothing of too much note in my 30 day challenges.

For the blog it was about lead magnets. This is a method of enticing readers to want to sign-up for my newsletter by offering something free up front. This sounds like a great idea and I definitely intend to put it into place. Whenever I can come up with a good lead magnet that will work for me and my content. Stay tuned.

As for my self-soothing work, I continue to feel more at ease like I did yesterday. Even having my children all day which can test me. Even having to be in semi-contact with some toxic people and places. I just focus on ease, and not letting anyone’s thoughts or feelings towards me, or their need to control me, have anything to do with what I am doing from my own place of knowing and truth. Whew. Good. Feeling good.

Thank you. Blessings.

2 Replies to “Midweek Musing: One, Two, Three”

  1. Why do our words have to belong to one or the other? God or me? …and which me are you referring to? Me the ‘Higher Version’ or me the smaller human ‘Ego’ version? Are we not a tiny piece of God made in like image and At One? Co-creators even.
    —- just to add to the confusion ;0)

    1. The question was intended to make you think, maybe to even get a little confused.

      Are the words you use in any moment words of your human ego mind or of the higher mind of God?

      Can they be the same?

      When your intention is to align to the higher mind you speak words of God and of truth and love rather than the earthly words of ego want.

      There is no separation between you and God. You are the creation of God and full of God. The words do not belong to one or the other, but to both.

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