Late last night, while preparing for my free webinar on Sunday I re-listened to my show with Psychic Medium – Mary Bach. Her show was second of 18 shows in the 2012 Series. During the segment talking about 2012, Mary used the analogy of ‘being the raisin bread’. Be the bread that holds together the raisins. Individually, the raisins are our many facets. The roles we play, father, mother, brother, sister, friend – as well as the character elements like integrity, honesty, compassion. Be the raisin bread – that certain something that holds it all together – bigger than our many roles. Our Spirit. Globally – ‘be the raisin bread’ that brings together the many people (raisins) for the benefit of all. One of my breads is the radio show – bringing together like minded spirits from around the world. Be the raisin bread.
and Change.. during my discussion with Mary a golden nugget about change struck me. That is: With every change, comes a loss. That got me to thinking – with a lot of change – will come a lot of ‘percieved’ loss. I say ‘perceived’ loss because nothing is really lost. In a quantum perspective our past, present and future co-exist. So what you ‘lost’ last last year that made you happy is still alive in the present you. You can re-live it in your mind in an instant. Re-living it brings momentary happiness, followed by sadness that it is no longer a part of your journey. The golden nugget in this is – the heart connection. Both with happiness and sadness your Spirit is touching your heart. If you believe that what was – is part of what is – then there is no loss and no reason for sadness. It is not lost, you can re-live it if you choose. Just remember – every moment you spend re-living the past takes away a moment from your present and future. We all have only a limited number of moments in every day. With a year of change ahead keep in mind that – with every change something new gains your attention and something loses your attention. Be happy about the new – do not be sad about the old – it still exists. Re-visit if you choose.