Spirit is everywhere and our Guides are supporting us as we meander through this path we call life. Learn more as one of my Guides elaborates on trust:
“Although we are omnipresent, we do not intervene in your day-to-day life. You are on your own special journey and we must not interfere. We are available, however, to guide, guard and protect you when you need us most.
Remember, though, that you have chosen the people, places and events that you wish to experience while on the earth plane. We watch with interest as you navigate the twists and turns that you have orchestrated. Read the rest of this entry »
Continued from Supported By Spirit – Part 3.
At last, after another three months of recuperation, I was discharged from the nursing home. After more than five weeks in two hospitals located a thousand kilometers apart, followed by 90 days in convalescent care, I had no idea that the really hard work was just about to begin.
I was sent to see different surgeons for each of the injuries; shoulder, wrist, knee and foot. The severe whiplash was discovered by my chiropractor and she worked diligently for months to realign my neck and spine.
Soon, the plan was decided. Four days per week, I went to physiotherapy via taxi. It took three painful hours to get ready to go out each day and then I spent two hours in the gym, working as hard as I could to re-build muscle and regain my strength. Read the rest of this entry »
My injuries were so severe that I needed ongoing support as I healed. I was sent from the second hospital to a long-term convalescent care facility, located within a nursing home in another city, in order to recuperate for an additional three months.
On my first day in the nursing home, a wonderful woman came into my room with a message from spirit. She was a member of the cleaning staff and she asked me point-blank why I thought I was there. When she saw my confusion, she answered her own question by telling me that I looked like a workaholic to her so she felt that my accident had been sent to slow me down. Read the rest of this entry »
Continued from Supported By Spirit – Part 1
I had arrived at the hospital on a Friday night. My foot operation was on Saturday afternoon. However, the shoulder surgery was so complicated that it had to wait until the specialist returned from a weekend conference late that Sunday. Luckily, he was able to save two of the four shattered pieces and I was given a metal prosthesis.
I had never been in a hospital before, except to visit family and friends, so I had no idea what to expect. I assumed that my bones would heal quickly and that I would be back to work, travelling coast-to-coast, in eight weeks. Little did I know that I would remain in the first hospital for three weeks and then transfer to a second hospital, halfway across the country, in my own city, for over two weeks. I certainly didn’t expect to live in a nursing home for an additional three months, before being discharged for 46 weeks of grueling physiotherapy. Read the rest of this entry »
On that fateful evening, a woman arrived late for my corporate presentation. While the introductory video was running, I asked whether she had completed her ballot for the free draw. When she indicated that she had not picked up a ballot, I said that I would get one for her in the hotel hallway and walked directly from the front of the room to the nearest set of double doors. Read the rest of this entry »
In the northern hemisphere the Spring season is now heralding warmer weather and new growth after a long, dark winter. With the blossoms that bring the promise of luscious foliage come the thoughts of new beginnings and infinite possibilities.
Every day you have the opportunity to create your own personal Spring. Yesterday has passed and tomorrow is but a thought. Today counts. This is the day over which you can have some control. This is the day wherein you can make commitments, keep promises and deliver expected results. Today is the day that you can help one another toward success. Today is the day that you can promote love and healing. Today is the day to listen, express empathy and support others. Today is the day you can be true to yourself. Today is the day wherein love triumphs. Read the rest of this entry »
Traditionally, in many parts of the world, St. Valentine’s Day represents love. This expression can be seen in various forms, among which are red roses, chocolates, lingerie, jewelry, cards, decorations and Cupid with his bow and arrow. But, what is love on the remaining 364 days of the year?
We see love in its purest forms. It manifests in a mother’s love for her child, a partner’s love for a spouse or a sibling’s love for a brother or sister. Love can also be more subtle. It can be reflected in a teacher’s love for expanding young minds, a researcher’s desire to support mankind or an engineer’s fine attention to detail.
Too much love, although possibly well-intentioned, can be a detriment. The hovering parent, the controlling spouse, the over-protective friend can hobble true growth, trust and creativity. Read the rest of this entry »
A new year recently arrived and with it came thoughts of fresh starts and challenging adventures. Whether one makes New Year’s Resolutions is immaterial. The attitude of optimism is key. Within the realm of possibilities lies the opportunity to evaluate your current standing compared with your desired end result.
Visualizing the sought-after outcome is paramount in creating your reality. Whatever you focus on intently will manifest consistently. Remember, what you think about, you bring about. Continue to focus on the positive outcome, not the intricate steps necessary to attain success. Believe that the environment you have visualized continues to manifest in the background.
If you continue to give energy to negative scenarios, you will create more of the same. Stay stuck in the mire of discontent and you will remain frozen in that spot. It is impossible to take flight when slogging through the quicksand of doubt day-to-day. Read the rest of this entry »