Look back over your life and name those moments of your transfigurations. Claim them as real. Recall how God illuminated you through the hardships, empowered you to become something more than you thought you could be.
“There are spiritual dummies who know they are dummies, and spiritual dummies who don’t know they are dummies. Those who know they are dummies are the smart ones!”
The next time life throws a sucker punch at you, try the time-tested path of lamenting. Vent. Cry out to God for help. Then wait and listen for the Creator’s guidance.
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“Everything you need is in your heart, in that place within you where I dwell—where my Divine Embrace holds and guides you with sacred wisdom.”
Savor the feeling of inner ease.
Relax into Kairos time.
It’s the best way to live in the present moment.
This year perhaps more than ever
we need the hope and courage of Spring.
We need to sow seeds of love
water our hearts with silence and prayer
become the promise of Spring once again.
“You are in a perpetual union with the Divine at all times. Your connection with the Source can never be lost, broken, or taken away. The illusion of being separate from the Source / Divine is a human misconception. Part of our purpose is to remember that this union is part of our truth.”
When we hold the subtle both/ands of life’s Holy Tensions and bring them to God, we create inner space in our hearts and minds to let in Divine Light. And, mysteriously, if we listen deeply and tend to our souls, the wisdom of paradox emerges.
Daily quiet times with God are a refuge, a dwelling place for me and my heart. Quiet time rescues me from the noise in my head and the chaos of the world.
I can’t make it happen, I can only open my heart
allowing Divine Grace to fill me
guiding me towards my Highest Self
the Self that dwells in God
the Divine Flow living in and through me
Sometimes the simplest questions are the most important. They shape our lives, point us in the direction of our deepest desires so we can hit the bullseye on what we really want in life. Take a look at this week’s reflection to discover 4 mindful questions to ask yourself that could be a game-changer for you.
If we can recognize that suffering has a purpose and take the time to listen and gain clarity about how we’re being invited to grow, the suffering won’t overwhelm us. Instead, it becomes a pathway to a new and deeper inner freedom—the kind that leads to joy; the kind that comes from great suffering transformed by Divine Love.
Let’s Find Flow!
If you’d like more inner peace, balance, and wholeness—want to Find Flow—the first step is to take the Spiritual Gifts Inventory. It’s as simple as answering sixty questions so you can find out what makes you come alive.