To be prosperous and abundant, I must acknowledge that prosperity is the natural state of acceptance for all that I have in my life. Prosperity and abundance are not limited to material things and objects. When I am grateful for the riches of my life that are outside of the bounds of material possessions, I am open to receive. When I am grateful for my abundance, in every way, I am open to receive. When I am open to receive, I set the space for more riches to enter my life. As I use my intent to acknowledge my prosperity and abundance, I plant the garden in which my riches might grow. And so it is… Intent makes manifest.
Blessed Be… Pamela
Spring has returned. The Earth is like a child that knows poems. – Rainer Maria Rilke
Today, I re-mind myself that I am moving on the path that the Universe has mapped out for me. I need to simply follow the signs and heed to the directions that come my way. Life has graced me with my own individual path, as it has graced each of us. I am grateful for the opportunities that come my way, today and every day. And so it is…
Today, let me remember to share three very important words with all of the people in my life who are important to me. Today, let me remember to say “I Love You,” for those are words we all need to hear each and every day. Today, I step back and let the love in my heart lead the way with all relationships.
The path to happiness is not always lined with flowers. The simple truth is that although happiness is a choice we can make, we must also work at happiness each day. I re-mind myself today and every day: I choose to be happy. I make happy happen. I see the path to happiness require my attention. I do the work to make certain that happiness flourishes in my heart and mind. I release striving, holding on and I practice forgiveness. I live a loving life. And so it is. ~ Namaste… Pamela
Today, I re-mind myself that my life is like a garden. If I want to blossom and thrive in the sun, I must carefully cultivate the aspects of my life that need tending. The garden left untended becomes unwieldy and overgrown with weeds. The life goals left untended so too, will be encompassed by weeds that overcome goals, and soon the goals will be unrecognizable. I tend carefully my goals, for they are the flowers of my life.
Photo: The Secret Garden in Newburyport ~ c. Pamela J. Leavey