You better recognize!
Have a blessed day!
You better recognize!
Have a blessed day!
Have you ever wondered what your mindset has to do with your power?
Well, mindset is defined as “the established set of attitudes held by someone.”
Now, if you know the status of your mindset-which includes your thoughts, attitudes, beliefs—and where your mindset resides—you can evaluate whether or not you are living in your power.
Whenever I think of the potential influence of mindset, I am reminded of these verses from Psalm 91 which state:
Think about the word “habitation” in this context for a moment.
You see, our habitation is where our thoughts reside—that place is our mindset.
Here, Psalm 91 seems to echo that if we, in terms of our thoughts, reside in a loving frequency, then we MUST experience our divine power.
In this place, we are lifted up into our rightful space of love, peace, joy and security.
Outside of a loving frequency–which I call God–others may refer to it differently–we are at risk of dwelling in a mindset that makes our thoughts vulnerable to errors in truth like lack, limit and hate.
Clearly, when we reside in that ‘outside space,’we are closer in frequency to undesirable consequences.
There is no power in having a mindset like that.
So to sum it up, your mindset is your power, so make The Divine Presence your habitation.
To learn more about frequency and how it affects your life, check out this article from Well + Good
The pandemic did a helluva job shining a light on things that I had once been unable– or unwilling to see.
For me, a beam of searing white-hot light illumined the fact that I’ve had a horrendous case of waiting for (INSERT THE BEST CIRCUMSTANCES HERE) syndrome.
And I didn’t even know it.
Well, maybe I did.
Okay, yes, it’s possible that I knew it; but, I never really questioned it.
That’s right, I never questioned it until this accursed outbreak pushed so many of my dreams, like global traveling, out of reach.
Now I’m left wondering:
What in the hell was I waiting for?
Seriously, during all that time before the pandemic…why didn’t I do more of the things I wanted to do?
Now, let’s shine the light towards you!
I’m curious to know, so I’ll ask:
Why should you wait?
Don’t get me wrong, I am not talking to a teenager questioning the right time to make a serious decision–because in that case, as a mother, I’d say WAIT UNTIL YOU’RE GROWN….And then wait a little longer.
And I’m definitely NOT talking about someone who is debating the need to seek legal or medical advice for a serious situation.
I am talking to people, like me, who have been waiting for any number of “best circumstances,” future events, situations or possibilities to occur.
You see, up until now, I had been waiting for:
The perfect time to write a book
My daughter to graduate so I can travel internationally
The money to come from “somewhere”
My ship to come in
Someone else to “come around” or “make up their mind” or “appreciate my worth”
But guess what?
According to Faulkner, even “waiting ends.”
Unfortunately, it sometimes ends in ways we hadn’t imagined.
For some of us it has already ended.
And so, I see now that I no longer have the luxury to wait because waiting for the best circumstances to make a move has stunted my growth!
FORGET “best circumstances.”
The time is nigh.
Right now, I’m writing a book.
I’m finding ways to do things that I had previously waited to do…NOW!
And you should too!
Lesson of the Day: God knows the answer to every problem.
If you have encountered a problem that you cannot solve, why not ask God for help?
Follow my flow…
Every morning, I always set aside time to pray, meditate, and read selections from spiritual based books–which I usually select randomly.
Just so you know, I pick spiritual readings, at random, in order to allow my higher self to choose the Divine message that I need to study; or be reminded of.
So to reiterate, today’s message, from Emmet Fox, called on me to remember that God knows the answer to every problem.
Now, that seems simple enough, but the example that Fox gave made his point extremely practical.
Baby, if you know me, you know I love everything served with a heaping portion of practicality–otherwise, I’ll still feel hungry.
Back to Fox…
His illustration was that of a small child learning arithmetic—subtraction, to be precise.
In this case, it’s easy for a child, just learning subtraction, to solve this:
But, he will likely be totally stumped by:
According to Fox, after problem #2, the child’s “faith in arithmetic collapses.”
Now, if you are reading this post, you can probably solve these problems nearly instantaneously, but our dear student will, most assuredly, need to ask for help from the teacher.
And therein lies the point.
If we ask for help from God, just like our student asks the teacher, our problems can be solved.
But, according to Fox, there’s another requirement:
When we ask for help, he cannot place any limitations on the solution!
There are 100 zillion (plus infinity) ways that God can solve our problems; do not limit it to one.
So, to sum it up…
And so it is!
Here’s the video:
Fibroid tumors during pregnancy can be extremely worrisome and problematic; but their presence does not automatically mean that you won’t have a successful pregnancy.
In this video, I share my experience with having had numerous fibroid tumors of various sizes while I was pregnant with my daughter.
Don’t get me wrong, there were some difficulties, but I was under the care of an excellent physician, so my pregnancy was well managed.
That being said it is possible to have a successful pregnancy while dealing with fibroid tumors.
Also, I had a praying Southern Mama who taught me to pray and take things day by day 🙏🏾😂
Yes honey, I had to make sure to see it!
Me, Daddy and my son went out of our way to find an unobstructed view of this “once in a lifetime” phenomenon!
There’s still time in the U.S. for those of you with a clear view of the Southwestern sky. Go see it!
They say it won’t be this close again for an eternity.
My father is 75, so I wanted to make sure that he saw it!
I’m just so grateful that 3 generations saw it together!
His wonders to behold!
LadyG loves you!
PS. I’m not even going to mention the fact that this is occurring in the “air” sign of Aquarius on the Winter Soltice! There’s all kinds of magick up in that! LOL!
December 21, 2020 is slated to usher in a positive shift in consciousness–and Jesus knows I am ready for THAT!
In this video (*audio version only below*), I talk about “the shift” and discuss more about how I am planning to prepare for it.
Expect some rambling, but that’s what I do.
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Do you want a lovely obituary when you die? Then lead a loving life.
One of the hardest things that I ever had to do was write my Mother’s obituary.
Trust me, it wasn’t for lack of content.
No, it had more to do with the emotional turmoil that accompanied the act of writing parting words for my first love.
So, content was not the issue.
The fact is, Mama lived a wonderful life so there was plenty of verifiable substance to cover.
Knowing this, I proceeded to write the obituary and about her longstanding role as “Universal Mother.”
Mama took care of everybody!
To her it didn’t matter if you were 9 or 59+, she made sure you had what you needed.
But, if you acted like a fool, she would cut you to the quick.
Mama didn’t play!
Excuse my digression. 😊
In my writings about Mama, I couldn’t help mentioning that she was hilarious!
I am a witness to the fact that serious people can actually be quite funny!
Most times unknowingly.
Mama was notorious for being a bit devilish- which is actually a term of endearment in the South.
For the uninitiated, “devilish,” means “playful” in a practical joke-ish kinda way.
In addition to that, I felt it was important to stress in the obituary that Mama was fiercely protective of those she loved; and of ANYONE, strangers included, who had been abused or needed help.
No doubt, Mama was a calm shelter for those who needed it most–and I wrote about that too.
Some time later, at Mama’s Celebration Of Life, someone commented, “What a lovely obituary.”
Honestly, it was a lovely obituary because she had lived a loving life.
It was, indeed, a life well-lived.
So, the next time you partake in woeful fantasies about how you wish to be remembered after you’ve died, consider evaluating what you’ve done before and what you are doing right now.
How have you treated others?
Were you compassionate when it mattered most?
Who have you helped?
It’s easy to be kind to family, friends and people who meet silly prerequisites.
How about being kind to people that you don’t know particularly well, or who fall outside of your comfort zone?
If you find yourself missing the mark as it pertains to these questions, then, in the words of one of my oldest and dearest friends, govern yourself accordingly.
Today, you can create your own life well-lived.
PASS IT ON!
LadyG loves YOU!
This is NOT an early Thanksgiving post, but it should serve as a word of caution about constantly asking, affirming or praying for “abundance.”
Abundance is fine, but what about higher vibration states like “love” and “appreciation?”
Ah…but we are humans, so we generally can’t help becoming overly focused on the accumulation of material things.
Always wanting more…
Which ties nicely into our relentless quest for abundance.
Trust me when I tell you that it is a relentless quest, indeed.
Don’t believe me?
Go google the word “abundance” and see what happens.
Hell, I’ll do it for you.
Yeah so…….. 296,000,000 results!
Looks like a lot of people are talking about abundance because they know that a lot of people are interested in the topic.
I would argue that many of us aren’t even capable of recognizing abundance.
In fact, there are people, especially in the United States, who are blindly swimming in abundance–totally unaware.
No shade, I’ve been guilty of diving into that lake myself.
Therein lies a major problem.
Check out this video to get my take on abundance…
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We must study abundance!
God wills us to have everything. As we express life, we fulfill God’s law of abundance, but we do this only as we realize that there is good enough to go around–only as we know that all of God’s gifts are given as freely and fully as the air and the sunshine…
A reading from Dr. Wayne Dyer’s book, Being in Balance.