reply to post by sylvie
Yesterday I wrote something about this thread into my journal and how bummed I am that the "magic" left... then all of a sudden remembered at least
a dozen incidents in the last few weeks that constituted the kind of "miracle/synchronicity" I've been used to. I guess I just have to pay more
That is probably the truth of it Sylvie, It's not so much the magic disappearing as much as being too busy to notice and appreciate it. It all comes
down to being centered, that is when we realize and enjoy our blessings.
When I speak of not being able to access it when we have responsibilities, is just my experience. I am still trying to make sense of it all, and your
comments are helping me to understand it a little better also. Believe me, I am no guru at this and I started this thread to investigate how it
happens for others.
Even during the busiest times of my life, I have always been bailed out of trouble, so it is evident that the magic never really goes away. I am still
trying to decide if we make this happen ourselves, or whether we are assisted by our spiritual guides.
It would seem that the simplest things, even those incidences that just momentarily provide us with comfort, must come from within us, as I can't
imagine that some other sentient being is behind causing a breeze to cool me on a warm day.
A bending of reality to suit our needs at the time, appear to be the only thing that makes any sort of sense. Another factor I am trying to figure out
is whether Karma has anything to do with it.
I receive and give out a lot of love, to and from friends and neighbors, and it is the most satisfying way to live. To make time to give to others and
help when needed seems to complete the cycle. I can honestly say I have never been happier or more content in my life.
I guess that contributes a lot to feeling centered. The greatest challenge is to feel centered in the midst of turmoil, then you can fully accept and
appreciate your blessings all the time. Finding the time to contemplate or meditate must help a lot.
I am sure you are doing the right thing with regards to your son, by not denying him the knowledge of his ability to shape his own reality.
You may find it difficult as he enters his teens though, because his friends will not understand, and his schooling will contradict those things we
accept as fact.
Once he experiences the magic and acknowledges it for what it is, it will never leave him. He may reject it for a while but it will return. He is
lucky to have a Mum who can explain it to him and be their when he comes up against the inevitable negativity.
This thread has been a blessing for me, I have not had one negative or aggressive response and I have chatted to some very lovely people. Thank you
for responding and contributing to it.
Have a beautiful, magical life
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