Are you enjoying the holiday season, “Everyday guru” seeking community members? Are you spreading good cheer? Are you doing it just for the season or for the whole year? If you live with an attitude that is sunny and bright, you are receptive to higher truths that are ever pointing you toward the light. Right? I like what Maureen brings up (see below). Enjoy!
Happy Holidays Rob
I love feeling the merry cheer of Christmas. I wish it could last all year. How do we make it last? What do you do to make the merry feeling stay with you? I notice a spirit of good cheer is in all of your writing.
Thanks Santa, Maureen
Happy Holidays right back to you Maureen,
I simply don’t put up with a sour-puss attitude, Maureen. I won’t tolerate it even for three minutes (let alone a day). Whenever I’m feeling sour, I am being a victim of some sort (a victim of this or a victim of that). That’s hogwash!
Being merry and joyful simply requires that I turn my mind in the right direction. It doesn’t require that there be a reason (like Christmas or new years). When I turn my mind in the right direction I am turning to my authentic spirit. That’s that part of me that wants to know what life is really all about. It’s easy to find out what life is all about when you seek with good cheer.
Let good cheer turn into a new strength for you, and a new world exists for you as surely as Venus exists, Maureen.
As mentioned above, I don’t allow a noisy mind to exist for more than a few minutes before I do something about it. There is no reason for living an inner life of nightmare conditions. If you’re not living it on the inside, it does not exist on the outside. Your world is a mirror – it can only reflect back what you project outwardly, Maureen.
Thank you for asking and Happy, Happy, Gloriously Happy New Year to you Maureen, Rob
Don’t fear that your world will fall apart if you let go of your attitude of gloom and doom. The opposite will happen. Your world will finally begin to fall together as you’ve always wanted it to.
Blessings & love to all of you, Rob
Ps You are infinitely more intelligent than your troubles – never forget that.