When I received an email from Judy, the Founding Director of the Alexandria House (a transitional home for single women and women with children) asking if I could help them prep for their upcoming art show, I was ecstatic. To be welcomed back into the home was an amazing feeling because I knew that in one way or other, I (my program) & those involved positively impacted them. This thought allowed me to reflect about what I’ve been doing in order to head in the direction I want; as I try to live each day leaving a positive mark wherever I go. Whether this means sharing a hug, a smile, or a positive word….I want to be an instrument of love.
Now, I know that there are days when I am not living in my highest vibrations, where I might say things or do things that aren’t in my grace, or times when I might wallow in my low vibrations for a good minute and then need to listen to Abraham’s youtube video about raising vibrations in order to pull me out. But what I’ve come to realize, is that we all have days where we might be feeling a little off, but we also have the CHOICE to pull ourselves out…even when it seems that nothing can pull us out, or perhaps we just don’t want to. Often, we WANT to wallow in our victim mode and wait for someone to save us. Often times, this is me. What I’ve come to learn is that playing victim doesn’t make any situation better, that we have the choice to approach a stituation with a positive light, and when or if, we approach situations in ways that aren’t aligned with who we are, or what we believe, then we need to reflect on why we reacted the way we did (or feel this way), and what we can do to approach it differently the next time something similar arises. Every day is a learning and growing process, as Michael Beckwith said today in his sermon; ”You have a dynamic destiny, the universe only knows your unlimited potentiality.” To move up and onward, because all of us are innately good. We have the power to manifest wonderful things for ourselves and in doing so, be that instrument of love that reaches those around us and far beyond. But first, we must make sure that we are aligned with our highest self. Be happy! Get Happy! Or, as Abraham says, find something that makes you just a “little bit happier.”
When I first witnessed The Genie Projects coming together (with the push and help of Cynthia Harvey Smith), I was beyond words happy. To see my vision unfold right before my eyes and to know that it impacted someones life and those involved, is an experience I want to feel for the rest of my life. To know that WE touched many lives by our program, and that THEY also touched our lives, sets the stage for a positive vibrational community, no matter what social or economical class an individual may come from or be in. I’ve noticed that as I become more and more in my grace, I set the standards for what I want in life and somehow, I draw those with the same vision near. I’ve also realized that we cannot empower others unless we ourselves feel empowered.
I love this journey I am on, and I love that I can share it with those around me. I have to quote Cynthia Harvey Smith regarding staying commited to the journey:
“staying committed to the journey of conscious creating isn’t just a choice it’s how “i am” ….super excited to step into deeper connection with the highest vision of my life this week through study/meditation and activating my artistry from a place of purpose. Let’s do this tribe! .”
I too am excited to step into deeper connection in all areas of my life at a human level, spiritual level, creative level, etc. Up and Onward