My Daughter’s Passing Over

Vi funeral pic

Two weeks ago today my daughter was packing up to go to the beach with some friends.

She had her list of things to take with her on the trip and was in the process of gathering them about this time of the morning.

As she and her friends moved down the highway in her favorite car, a Camero, she was delighted to be going fast and feeling fine.

I don’t understand the agreement she had to move out of her body at this time.  I do accept that it was her choice.  She made the decision to be my daughter, to have a wonderful son and to be in that car going so fast down the road.

We all have choices, all the time, choices.

Most of them we are not even consciously aware of, nonetheless, we make them.

They impact our lives and the lives of those who agreed to share the earthly journey with us.

In two weeks I have gone from not even thinking about the “death” of my children to dealing with funeral details and packing up the stuff one had gathered.

I have cried and laughed, thought and wondered.

Then I made a choice.  To stop being sad at her passing.  I chose to celebrate her life and the time we had together.  I will miss sitting down to eat with her and laughing about the grandson’s latest antics, but I know she still IS.

I don’t know what she’s doing or exactly where she is right now, but I do know she’s enjoying it in her own way.  I know she chose this part of the path at this point in time.  I know she now sees the BIG picture that due to our limited vision of yesterday and tomorrow we more often than not don’t get a glimpse of.

As I pack her clothing, dishes, shoes and what nots, I celebrate her smiles, her laughter, her love of life.

I make a choice to live a joyous life.  I make a choice to be more aware, to live more openly and to share love with more hugs, words of kindness and understanding.

She will always be a part of my life.  This I know.  She is not gone, only visiting somewhere else until her next choice.

My Daughter’s Passing Over

Vi funeral pic

Two weeks ago today my daughter was packing up to go to the beach with some friends.

She had her list of things to take with her on the trip and was in the process of gathering them about this time of the morning.

As she and her friends moved down the highway in her favorite car, a Camero, she was delighted to be going fast and feeling fine.

I don’t understand the agreement she had to move out of her body at this time.  I do accept that it was her choice.  She made the decision to be my daughter, to have a wonderful son and to be in that car going so fast down the road.

We all have choices, all the time, choices.

Most of them we are not even consciously aware of, nonetheless, we make them.

They impact our lives and the lives of those who agreed to share the earthly journey with us.

In two weeks I have gone from not even thinking about the “death” of my children to dealing with funeral details and packing up the stuff one had gathered.

I have cried and laughed, thought and wondered.

Then I made a choice.  To stop being sad at her passing.  I chose to celebrate her life and the time we had together.  I will miss sitting down to eat with her and laughing about the grandson’s latest antics, but I know she still IS.

I don’t know what she’s doing or exactly where she is right now, but I do know she’s enjoying it in her own way.  I know she chose this part of the path at this point in time.  I know she now sees the BIG picture that due to our limited vision of yesterday and tomorrow we more often than not don’t get a glimpse of.

As I pack her clothing, dishes, shoes and what nots, I celebrate her smiles, her laughter, her love of life.

I make a choice to live a joyous life.  I make a choice to be more aware, to live more openly and to share love with more hugs, words of kindness and understanding.

She will always be a part of my life.  This I know.  She is not gone, only visiting somewhere else until her next choice.

The Way of Abundance and Prosperity

We hear a lot about abundance and prosperity these days. We’re all talking about it, reading and watching movies on the subjects.

Abundance is great plenty, wealth, large supply.

Prosperity comes from prosper.. to cause to succeed

Your life experience is whatever you are focused on, how you see and believe the world to be is how it appears to you.

If you are Abundance and Prosperity minded you are partnered with the Universe to receive good all the time.

If you are poverty and struggle minded you are partnered with the Universe to experience lack and hard times.

You are the key to what you are experiencing. It is not being done to you against your will, but totally in line with your beliefs, expectations, thoughts, words and feelings.

Abraham says, “there is only a stream of well being”. You decide whether or not to flow with this stream or like the salmon, to go against it.

Being aware of the stream and going with it brings ease, certainty, peace and joy. Swimming against the stream is filled with doubt, hard work, lack, fear and stress.

Stop for just a moment and look around you at the evidence of abundance that surrounds you. You notice that there are more than enough trees, flowers, sky, sand, air, water. Nature is all about abundance and well being.

The principles of law of attraction, the abundance principle, works to bring into your life more of what you are focused on. Like a magnet attracting similar thoughts, feelings and experiences, your thoughts, words, feelings and actions bring more of the same energy into your life.

The Law of Attraction doesn’t question what you are focused on, asking whether or not you really mean it, it just works, all the time, every time to deliver more of what you are asking for.

It’s about the energy of your feelings and beliefs. The stronger the energy, the feeling, the faster it appears in your life. This is why things feared often show up almost at once and why children excited about a new toy who are totally in line with receiving get it so fast.

My daughter is a perfect example. She really desired a go cart. She cut out pictures of go carts and pasted them to her vision board. She talked excitedly about how much fun she would have with her go cart. She described in detail how she would ride around the house so fast that it took her breath away.

Within six months she had TWO go carts.

Children are very good at holding onto an idea and feeling the reality of it as though they already have it. We can all learn something wonderful by listening to our children and getting in touch with that basic “knowing” of how to attract good things into our life.

Go to the playground called imagination and whip up a few really delightful scenes for yourself. Return often and enhance these images with sound, scent, dimension. Your body doesn’t know the difference between real or imagination and the Universe brings into physical experience what is created here. This is your studio of creation. Visit often, create with consciousness and awareness. Believe that what you create in your mind, you will experience in your physical body.

Use these affirmations to shift your thinking and expectations.

I receive all good and perfect gifts into my life.

There is always more than enough of everything I have use for.

The Universe blesses me in surprising and joyful ways.

I expand my awareness to the abundance all around me.

Gratitude is the magnet which attracts more to be grateful for.

As I help others, I open my life to more and more prosperity.

My life is filled with passion, purpose and prosperity.

I enjoy limitless potential in joy, abundance and love.

Prosperity fills me, flows in and through me, I am a channel of prosperity.

My life is filled with helpful people who always show up at just the right time.

I am led by my inner wisdom and inspired actions.