Sunday, December 6, 2009

divine holiday wisdom....


My life is fraught with divine wisdom. It is everywhere, in songs I hear, friend’s voices, magazines, books, online sites and quotes that arrive daily in my inbox. No matter what I need to provide me with exactly the right perspective at exactly the right time, it always arrives. Listening to that wisdom, on the other hand, is another story.

Unlike me the Universe is patient. She waits until I dip my toe in the water a dozen or more times. She waits until I exhaust the ears of well meaning supporters and she waits until I have just the right amount of courage available.

When I feel that universal support, that unconditional love, I feel powerful. I begin to understand yet again that there really are no limits, that what I want for myself and my life is possible and that all I need do is put one foot in front of the other in the direction of my dreams and I will be completely supported in their pursuit.

“And so this is Christmas, and what have you done? Another year over and a new one just begun…” John Lennon

That’s one of the songs that were written for me. I know because every time I hear that line it brings me to a very reflective place. A powerful place that has me stop and take an honest look at the last 12 months and see if I have been moving in the right direction. And isn’t that why we measure time anyway?

Thank You beautiful people, friends, family, acquaintances and people who read this blog that I have never met, for making me feel less alone in my spiritual ramblings. For making me feel like my voice is heard and that I have a place to express myself.

My sincere wish is that you all have a wonderful holiday that in many ways shows you your own divine wisdom, that has you feeling empowered, reflective and ready to take action towards your dreams.

Much Love and Mistletoe,

Alison

1 comment:

Jennifer Trask said...

Hey Alison! This is a great blog! I absolutely love it... looking forward to reading more about your journey. And you've met Wayne Dyer - you lucky lady! :) Merry Christmas!