Posts Tagged letting go of the past

Power

Apr 8th, 2018 Posted in A Spiritual Path | Comments Off on Power

Be still

 

Do not give up your power because things may not be going as planned.
Giving up on things is a move that will not get you where you what to be.
Staying gives you the power that you need in order to be successful in your tasks in life.

 

There are times in life when you do gain more power by leaving situations but take your time in sorting through; finding the things you can change and things you cannot.

Living in the Present

Mar 12th, 2018 Posted in A Spiritual Path | no comment »

The purple flow of the season brings peacefulness to you

 

 

Stay put

It is difficult to stay put because places in the present bring up the past quite often as you look for answers guided by your experiences. And those experiences are helpful but not always pleasant, therefore they need a place in the past that stays there.

 

But you do not have to stay in the past very long where you focus on past troubles that may have brought you to present unhappy circumstances.

Many people get stuck in the muck of the mistakes they have made, and that does not move them on to the present.

Taking care of yourself

Feb 21st, 2018 Posted in A Spiritual Path | no comment »

 

A maze of happenings

 

 

When you look after yourself, is it a good thing?
Do you nourish yourself with good literature, building a sound mind?
Do you do something creative every day that allows you to feel good about yourself?

 

 

Unusual happenings

Feb 4th, 2018 Posted in A Spiritual Path | no comment »

Loving embraces

 

Like a song I played on the piano over and over again, he came into my life a few years ago.

He was bright, loving and caring. I could not believe how loving, so I slowly dismissed the feelings of love but realized that it may have come from my spirit, that feeling that I should have truly embraced him.

 

Winter Memories

Dec 25th, 2017 Posted in A Spiritual Path | no comment »

Tree climbing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Winter fun came along as a child jumping, running and crashing into each other with frozen forts and snow ball wars.

 

The fun was amazing as you wished for more and more snow to sustain your icy ways, and you never felt cold because you were so bundled up in a structured and layered way that did not allow for much movement but you did not care about anything but fun in the snow.