Saturday, January 23, 2010


If calamity befalls us, we're ready, without complaint.
This is the posture that strengthens our immune system.

As our world goes through its changes leading us to a golden age of manifestation, you will see many people around you who are having a difficult time adapting. During this time of letting go, our values will shift. In many instances, the homeless and those who have had the least in our culture will surface to be the ones who are the teachers, for they will have already gotten used to being without the fancy things of life.

Conversely, those who have been living off the fat of the land may be the most challenging to be around, and you will see many of them complaining loudly because they aren't getting all of the things they've become accustomed to having. How you act or react to these people is up to you, however your best tack is to remain calm and centered regardless of what is going on around you. In this way, you not only set a good example for your troubled brothers and sisters, you also enjoy an added benefit: you'll be healthier.

For it is a great truth that those who complain are more apt to attract physical challenges to themselves, while those who can hold their emotional balance in times of change are strengthened.

My Intention for today is:
I Intend that I am calm regardless of what is going on around me.
~photo by Lorna

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