July 18, 2018

Today my favorite mug that got chipped went into the garbage!  I will now have to get a new favorite mug! I closed one door so another can open!

See how easy it is to set the frequency?

When people think of “change” they think “big change” but “big change” can be way too “big” for most people to handle.

Like we have discussed in so many of the “Self-Healing Group” webinars, you think you are going from step 1 to step 2, but most people really go from step 55 to step 105 without realizing that they are not starting in the beginning, nor are they taking one step at a time.

Sometimes, it is impossible to start at the beginning.

It wasn’t that many years ago that Stewart and I cleaned out the garaged from one round of “stuff” we did not need.  Here it is a few years later and I’m cleaning another round—“kind of” being forced by the pests that have surrounded my path in life.

Maybe the mess was there the first time and I didn’t see it?

Or, maybe it started right after the cleaning or maybe during this past winter?

In this house or our previous house?

Remember, I told you that a bigger house means the opportunity for a bigger mess.  You have more room to “stuff” .  The reason most people want a bigger home is for more space and to be more organized and  neat, but always remember that “wherever you go, there you are”.

In my opinion, the smaller the home, the more you are forced to clean and clear; not hoard or stockpile; be neat and organized. And, the more “stuff” you have sometimes the less you appreciate and respect it.

I had so much “stuff” that I could not even remember everything that was in the garage cabinets.

So, at one point did I start stuffing?

When did it begin?

Do you know at what point you began “stuffing”?

Have you had “larger” and “smaller” living spaces and if so, was “larger” or “smaller’ easier to be more neat and organized?

Does “smaller” force you to unstuff and unclutter, or is it easier to just pile stuff up and declare it is because of the small space?

Have you been through one round of unstuffing and now here you are needing another round of unstuffing?

Have you thought that you were at “step 1” only to discover you were in the middle and had to go “backwards” to fill in the gaps so you could move forward again?

Do you feel discouraged when this happens?

Do you judge and criticize Self when this happens, or simply observe the process?

Do you think you are taking one step at a time only to later realize that you are leaping too far too fast without guidance from Source?

When you throw out the clutter, do you fight to keep this chapter of your life from closing?

Do you think about how you are setting the frequency for new doors to open?

Or do you fight for the status quo because change is too challenging and you want a respite?

Do you fight for rest? or do you fight for growth?  can you have rest and growth at the same time?