Little by little,
what changed
was my perception of what was happening . . .

As soon as that perception shifted,
and it was not an instant thing,
but something that took place gradually
over the course of many months of the dialogue,
I began to see a shift as well
in my experience of life.
4
    If it is true
            that we get back what we put out
                    in daily life, and into the universe,
                            then it's easy to see
                                    why "idle hands" would be a bad thing for us;
                                            we’d get precious little back.

                Life on this planet
                is an exercise
                in creating
                our own reality.

Moment to moment,
we are making decisions.
Whether we act
or don't act,
we are putting forth our
intent.

Every action has a consequence,
either good or bad.
Remember the concept,
"like attracts like."

Imagine that every bit of energy you put out
is traveling the universe,
gathering similar energy,
and eventually being returned right back to you.

It makes you think more carefully
about what type of energy
you are putting out every day,
doesn't it?

      Positive thoughts generate power,
      negative ones waste it.
2

If we do nothing,
we get nothing back.
Our lives become boring,
empty shells.

The very act of not moving,
not doing,
not creating
causes stagnation.

Does that mean that as long as we keep busy,
we'll have lots of prosperity and joy?

Not necessarily.

Remember that we need to focus our intent
on what we're creating.

We need to engage
in the act of conscious creation every day,
putting out positive,
purposeful energy.

What we get back is more positive energy,
more abundance
and more joy.

Conscious creation means thinking about
what you want to do with your time,
moment
to moment.

There are 24 hours in a day
-- 1,440 minutes
-- 86,400 seconds.

Some of it has to be put aside for work,
sleep,        
family,
errands,
house and yard work,
and the like.

What are you doing with the rest of that time?

Are you wasting it on mindless pursuits,
or focusing it
into purposeful activities?

I'm not referring to just hobbies here, either.

This is a process
that can be applied
to every aspect of our lives.

Whether we have a lot of time
to devote to hobbies or not
doesn't matter.

What matters is
that we consciously focus our
intent
on building our circumstances,
one minute at a time.

Some of us live our lives
on autopilot.
It's not that we don't want to do anything;
we just don't know what to do.

We have no direction,
no passion,
no purpose to work toward.

We get up each morning,
go to work,
come home
and lose ourselves in the television (or whatever)
for the rest of the night.

In the process,
we are creating more
of the same stagnant energy.

If this describes you,
it's time
to shake things up!

Develop some passions.
Get excited about something.
Turn your idle hands
into busy hands
and create something magical.

The very act of moving
will put energies into motion
and begin pulling more favourable circumstances
into your life.

Keep in mind
this is a cumulative process
and it takes time
to fully transform your circumstances.

A life lived of choice
is a life of conscious action.
A life lived of chance
is a life of unconscious creation. 1

One day of activity and purpose
won't change everything around.

Remember that you probably have months
or years
of stagnant energy built up
that has resulted in your life the way it is today.

By consistently working at it
and keeping that positive energy in motion,
it will begin to feed on itself
and create
even more positivity.
3
A person does not have to be behind bars
to be a prisoner.

People can be prisoners
of their own concepts and ideas.

They can be slaves
to their own selves.
5

You think of yourselves
as humans searching for
a spiritual awakening,
when in fact
you
are spiritual beings
attempting to cope
with a human awakening.

Seeing yourselves
from the perspective
of the spirit within
will help you to remember
why you came here
and what you came here
to do.
6

If you want to reach a state of bliss,
then go beyond your ego and the internal dialogue.
Make a decision
* to relinquish the need to control,
* the need to be approved,
* and the need to judge.
Those are the three things the ego is doing all the time.
It’s very important to be aware of them every time they come up.
7

But let there be spaces in your togetherness
and let the winds of the heavens dance between you.
Love one another
but make not a bond of love:
let it rather be a moving sea
between the shores of your souls. 8

Blessed Be!
Credits
[1] ~Neale Donald Walsch
[2] ~Innerspace
[3] -Conscious Creation ~Wendy Betterini
[4] ~Neale Donald Walsch
[5] ~Maharaji
[6] ~Neale Donald Walsch
[7] ~Deepak Chopra
[8] ~Kahlil Gibran
Conscious Creation
MorningStar Inspirations from
Dawn Cove Abbey
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From the eBook: "One! The Journey hOMe", by Klaas Tuinman MA, © 2007-2017

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