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Monday, 29 December 2014

Abundance through Planning in a New Year

 
Since the calendar was invented time is marked into days, weeks and years. During this time in order to be productive and provide the basics for everyday living planning is needed. Humanity knows how to work to sustain life, though working in a field that brings a sense of joy and accomplishment is preferred. Abundance is obtained when a goal orientated yearly plan is in place.
To create such a plan, especially at the start of a new year, some quiet time in your own kind of sacred space is needed. Ideas and visions come and go but only the important ones keep knocking until they are heard. Those with intuitive clarity can hear these insights emanating from within – creating direction and purpose. Though eventually everyone hears a message or calling which can be both shocking and exciting, it may run counter to their existing daily life. From here the questions begin. The sooner you know something about your purpose, skills and direction the more abundance you will find.

Whether you are working on an existing plan that needs updating for the New Year or starting a new one – preparation is essential! Gather your pen, paper or computer, calming music or sit in a natural environment and make sure you won’t be interrupted for an hour. After you’ve centred yourself and feel relaxed start writing what you want to achieve in the coming year. Underneath that write the steps to achieving what you want. Break that down to manageable pieces. Then open your calendar or diary to aim for some dates of completion and days of the week when you have time to work on your project. Remember it’s only a guideline to help you create the joyous abundance you need in your life. Remember, you are pillar of light and creation – release yourself from mind made limitations. Notice that negative mind chatter and dismiss it instantly! Keep away from killjoys that spoil your fun! Rewire your thinking; every new day is an open page.
The Sage   Sharon D Bush 
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Tuesday, 16 December 2014

The Delightful Senses


Without textures, tastes, visions, aromas and resonance life would cease to exist. Humanity is bound together with all these wonderful sensory abilities which are the core ingredients that swell our emotions and help us survive. We reacted instinctively to sensations; something may startle you, taste bad, or hurt your ears. The senses offer insight, which we consider with the heart and mind before making decisions. We mostly take our senses for granted until we are in moments of exquisite joy, like the sounds of a symphony wafting around you, the warmth of sun caressing your body at the beach, or the angelic look of your baby’s face in those first few days.
 
Pleasing sensations can quickly be joined to memories that remind us of the smells in grandma’s vegetable garden during childhood, the sound of chalk being written across the board in school days, even a documentary or movie can remind us of a wonderful holiday adventure. Since the invention of the camera images can visually capture a moment, video can record continuous movements and sounds and both can relay the mood of the moment, though the deeper thoughts of the subjects may be hidden. Without these inventions the mind would have to work much harder to remember delightful things. With that in mind photos/videos may become triggers to sensations that lead to healthy emotions. Writing, paintings and primitive rock art were and still are ways of recording both good and bad experiences of the senses.
 
The five senses (and possible more when you consider those sensory intuitive survival skills that we attribute to all the other life forms on the planet) are awe-inspiring by scientific standards and worthy of more exploration. The human sensory experience is invigorating; from the colours of a stormy seas, to the smell of freshly baked bread or the thunder of a steam train with its whistle blaring across the landscape. Enjoy all of this, but give a thought to those who cannot see, hear or can only experience limited sensations. Learn to really appreciate exalted moments and dwell a little longer.
 
The Sage   Sharon D Bush
Writer   Historian   Artisan   Sage     

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