Saturday, August 24, 2019

Step onto Your Own Wisdom Path: What Is Your Capital?

Step onto Your Own Wisdom Path: What Is Your Capital?: I hear the word capital used mostly in expressing Capitalism as an economic system or how much capital, savings one has in the bank. Those a...

What Is Your Capital?

I hear the word capital used mostly in expressing Capitalism as an economic system or how much capital, savings one has in the bank. Those are forms of capital and I would like to address another form of capital that is not taken but that one has to give. What is the capital you have to give and what is that capital?

The capital that I am talking about, the kind that one has to give is the kind one has expanded upon since birth as those abilities and talents one has to help leave the world a better place. I’m talking about those inner abilities that one builds upon to assist in constructing the world, not destroying it. If you believe that your abilities were meant to destroy, you are misguided. You have more work to do on yourself. I am not talking to you here. You won’t be reading this anyway. I am addressing those who have dedicated their lives to investing in their constructive talents and abilities and using them as a kind of capital to bring to the human community to advance it not deter it. Do you know what your capital is and are you using it?

For example, I consider my capital to be my consciousness and beingness of Love, Wisdom and Healing. I have worked on these aspects of myself for decades and over those decades I have built my capital, that is, strengthened and enhanced my capital by using for and investing it in others that they may feel and be loved, be wise and be healed. That’s what my capital is for. To invest. Not to hoard. I give it freely. I am not greedy. All can have it as I have an infinite supply of it because it is not physical like money, although there is nothing wrong with giving money. My nature is to give of my capital.

What is your capital and what are you doing with it?

Friday, August 23, 2019

Step onto Your Own Wisdom Path: My Mantra: “I Am Happy.”

Step onto Your Own Wisdom Path: My Mantra: “I Am Happy.”: My mantra, from the moment I was born is, “I am happy.” What does this mean? It means that I am naturally happy from the inside out. Does ...

My Mantra: “I Am Happy.”

My mantra, from the moment I was born is, “I am happy.” What does this mean?

It means that I am naturally happy from the inside out. Does that mean that I am never sad or depressed. No, it does not mean that. What it means is that my essential nature is happy. It means that I don’t look for happiness from people, in things, situations and experiences because I bring happiness TO people, things and experiences. What happens when I bring happiness to my life is that life brings happiness to me. Now, please understand that I am human and I face disappointment. It’s a fact of life no matter how much happiness I bring to life. So, what is the end game here?

The end game here is that no matter life’s vicissitudes, no matter the disappointments, I never lose hope because the meaning of life IS happiness even in the sadness. I like to see life as “bittersweet” at times. It can be bitter at times but it still is sweet. It does not make me bitter, it makes me better. I grow from disappointments, I become stronger, more flexible, more resilient, more entrenched in my happiness. It is also called the “abundance mindset” where, no matter what happens, there will be another opportunity. Always. If not this opportunity, then, another one will appear. I am sure of it and that’s my happiness.

In an environment of so many naysayers in our world, I don’t say “nay.” I say “yay.”

Thursday, August 22, 2019

Step onto Your Own Wisdom Path: We Come Into Body To Be “Actionable”

Step onto Your Own Wisdom Path: We Come Into Body To Be “Actionable”: I have found that the biggest question humans ask themselves is, “Why do I have this in-body experience?” From my intimate connection to and...

We Come Into Body To Be “Actionable”

I have found that the biggest question humans ask themselves is, “Why do I have this in-body experience?” From my intimate connection to and with Spirit, I have, what I feel, may be some understanding of why we souls take on a body.

From what I perceive, the reason we souls come into a body is to be “actionable” that we may learn from physical missions, purposes and life themes we agree to take on before we incarnate for the sole purpose of expanding our soul’s awareness. I like to call this our “soul path.” We do not have a “soul path” when we are not in a body, we have a spiritual journey. Why is that?

When we are not in body, we cannot apply our thought to an actionable, dense, physical realm to accomplish a goal our soul needs to pursue. On the level of soul, we are a Light Body that has no physicality as dense as when we are in-body and since we are pure thought, that thought can’t do an actionable thing like it does in a body. We can think as a soul but our thoughts can’t be applied to action in the same way as when we are in a body. A body must have motivation to get up and do a thing and a part of what we accomplish as souls in a body is developing the motivation to do the things we came into body as souls to do.

That’s why souls love to come into bodies. It gives them the opportunity to feel and realize a more actionable, sensate reality that is satisfying to Spirit. To soul, there is nothing better than accomplishing its correction through a body. In this respect, having a body is a great and awesome responsibility. You take on a body and you need to discover the owner’s manual to learn how to operate it with maximal efficiency.

The owner’s manual for the human body is found amongst the Akashic Records. Go find it there and learn to use what you have taken on properly that you may accomplish your life’s mission and purpose.

Wednesday, August 21, 2019