Managing your blessings

How do you manage the many blessings ideas and inspirations that flow freely into your life?

It is a blessing to be bursting with inspired ideas, to bring your talents and gifts to the world, to fill your day with interesting activities, creative projects, meaningful work, …

Orange butterfly and elderberry

With limited time in the days of your life, how do you decide what are the most important and most satisfying inspirations to focus on?

You might try to imagine and visualize yourself as a tree, with roots anchoring you to the earth, your trunk, branches, twigs and leaves reaching to heaven.

This is a process of filtering and sorting those blessings that inspire and delight and sustain your interest, your connection to the divine and the earth and then focusing on what is most important to you each day.

Visualize the inspirations flowing down from the divine through each twig and leaf — receivers of the light. Now they are synthesized, their energy filtered and sent to larger branches then to the main limbs of the tree until the blessings you receive have been sorted and organized into several main branches – those that feed your soul and satisfy your spirit.

Grandmother Cottonwood

Now as this energy reaches your main trunk you know your alignment with source, you know what is most important to you and how it all fits together. No matter how many inspired ideas and blessings flow to you and through you, you are one with the light of source and strong in your determination and calling to do the soul satisfying work that flows through you.

Your roots also draw in and filter the energies and messages of the earth, up once again up through the earth to your trunk. These energies keep you anchored to your home and safe in your body.

You are a channel for divine inspirations and energies. When you keep yourself grounded to the earth and centered in the divine you will thrive!

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