90% of Sixty
Sixty minutes in an hour. Yea?
Ninety percent of sixty is fifty-four. Fifty-four minutes. Of my life. Back.
I am estimating. But it’s likely to be about as accurate as that ratio.
That is the time I have reclaimed on each day of my life.
I gave something up.
Ok, the iPhone game has not completely ceased.
But my daily obligations to it have.
I pulled out of the guild activity.
Sure, I plug in here and there for a minute of check in fun.
Tiny bit of attachment I suppose. Soon to end.
But still not like the time I used to spend on it daily.
Woo. It feels like a relief. Not to have to be tied.
It is nice to have more freedom, and to do the things I really desire.
Ok, the Meditating Could Use Some Work
True, I have not been doing what I had intended: to formally sit down every day and meditate for thirty minutes to an hour. Here and there, but not much.
But I do find time, in my own ways, to allow source energy to flow through me. I mean I still find time to meditate in my own ways.
In fact I claim the Word often and daily and have reminders on my phone every hour to affirm that energy. That tunes me into source.
And I claim God in gratitude for my meals, for my income, for good luck, for fortunes and for all the abundant blessings that I have in my life.
I find time to stop my thoughts, or attempt to as it most often goes.
I listen to the sounds around me instead. And if more comes through, if guidance comes through then I listen. And sometimes I listen and then I write.
And I write. Writing feels to me like a meditation.
And walking can be meditation. I take many walking meditations in outdoor places that I like.
Sometimes I run and meditate.
Sometimes I do Qi Gong or yoga and meditate through the movements.
Sometimes I wash dishes in meditative calm.
I call upon angels and masters to guide and heal my.
I claim a pillar of light and the vibration of love and the violet fire and all manner of aid from God to maintain and balance my connection to source.
And to maintain and balance myself more and more as my practice evolves.
For when the self is balanced with source energy, the self is Love incarnate and acts as thus.
Please understand. Meditation is your channel for higher alignment. It is how you set your receiver dial to the divine creative source. To all that is.
We are all part of all that is.
Everything has been created in energy first, then form. Everything comes from the creative source.
Meditate on that, if you wish.
So by tuning out of my game I can tune more into divine.
I can meditate more.
I can write more.
I can take more walks.
I can create more.
There is no sense in having connection to divine creative source energy, which all do, without then creating something with it.
We all create something with our energy.
You all create something with your energy.
Everybody creates stuff with their energy.
It cannot not be so.
Look around you. What is there before you? Things you have created.
You have created a place to spend your day and your night. You have created the items you fill your space with. You have brought them to you because you wished to have them there.
You create the path you take in your life. You create your dreams and your fears. You create desire and dischord. You create love and war. You have the choice to create any of these. You choose by your attention to them.
You create what you focus on.
You bring to you whatever you focus on.
Whatever it is.
If you focus upon it, you will bring it to you.
You will. It is the way creation works.
I can create. You can create. We all can create.
Go and create the best stuff you can.
And please remember to comment and share.
Thank you and blessings to you all,
Day 27 of 30 Day Challenges
The 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.”
Blog challenge talked more about sharing the blog with communities, particularly in social media. Much of the discussion was in sharing on Facebook and how to approach introducing your blog topics without being salesy or awkward.
Anyways, not too worried about it.
About the self-soothe challenge. Goes well. Only thing I can think to self-soothe right now is my desire to crash. I am tired tonight. And while 27 days of blogging has been a fun lift-off for this endeavor, I could use a day off. Ah, what sweet relief is time off when you put time in.
Thank you for reading. Blessings.