“Kick Debbie To The Curb”: Journey of Purpose 2.0 – Day 14

Copyright Tam Black 2016 Designed for susanwithpearls.com
Copyright Tam Black 2016
Designed for susanwithpearls.com

Guiding Thought

Your Inner Divine Mind is always expressing itself in all ways through your own Loving Presence. This is its True Nature, thus this is your True Nature. Turn to your Inner Divine Mind as the Source of your happiness, your purpose, and your fulfillment. Allow it to flow through your own Loving Presence and appear as all your activity, as every visible form and experience you desire.

 

Sharing

There are two things I know right now: 1) I can’t fake this stuff 2) even when I hit a block, I feel better for doing the Journey.

You guessed it: it took two weeks, but I’ve hit a block. It’s a mixture of things I’ve expressed previously, in other Journeys: feeling impatient with “where I’m at”, wondering about what I am doing, and thinking that how my life is currently, simply put, cannot be what and where I am supposed to be.

Don’t get me wrong, I don’t believe my own Debbie Downer, but dang, is she ever loud today–and it’s taking a lot of effort to keep her at bay!

These are the times when doing the Journey helps me feel better; the Guiding Thought brings some countering effect to Debbie Downer’s negative influence. It does take effort to focus on the Guiding Thought, to allow these positive thoughts to filter into my brain, to seep into my body and into my feeling nature. The focus takes effort, the concentration takes effort; I feel like I am skimming the surface, and I sure don’t feel like I have it in me to give it to 7.125 billion people. No…today, I am letting a wise person give me this thought as I go through the visualization.

It’s not copping out, though I feel like I should be able to do better. But then I wouldn’t be following what I encourage for you: Do what you can, every drop matters; just do what you can. So, I’ve done the minimum today: 5 minutes reading the guiding thought, a few minutes writing.

Even with that I felt the smallest shift, the tiniest breakthrough, the most subtle disavowal and rejection of the hold Debbie Downer has. Somehow, I feel like it’s enough, even if I don’t think it is.  

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