Friday, September 19, 2014

Consistent Peace and Desire

My peace is in the consistency of my choices for it.

I choose not to accept disruptions, within or without.

Past experiences are not relevant except as stepping stones.

Present cultivated consciousness is what keeps me in peace.

It guides all my decisions.

No detail of good living is left out.

There is no need to compensate.

I want and deserve all good.

I live in uninterrupted peace.

My security for all this good is from my in dwelling consciousness of good.

I take the next step in consciously realizing my good each moment that I recognize my desire.

My desire leads me to know that it is possible, and that I can live in it.

I move peacefully and abundantly in each and every step I take toward my desire.

© 2014 Kathryn Hardage

To Feel Good

After being surrounded by lies, it is good to filter them out.

Hearing what is good matches our vibration with the Universe.

In all the self-improvement literature, it stresses walking away or getting out of situations which act to our detriment.

It is important that we surround ourselves with positive environment, both within our own thoughts, and all around us wherever we work, do business, socialize, and with family.

I am learning more and more to do this for myself.

In certain cases, because I have a preferred outcome, I don’t do so well.

But the more I learn about feeling good within the body I occupy and the life I am living, the more consistently I come back to the inevitable conclusion to let go of my preferences.

I am gaining more insight on my real role in this world and the importance of carrying it out.

Everyone else is also involved in discovering their role and carrying it out as well.

We all have all the resources of the Universe.

These resources are being bestowed richly and are all helping raise the consciousness of all of us.

Yes, I am back to the important step in order to feel good of always, always trusting the Universe.

© 2014 Kathryn Hardage

Thursday, September 18, 2014

No Conflict of Interest

The conflict of interest we are seeing currently is an evolution, not a revolution.

Although we are used to seeing it as a fight over resources, whatever ideology is used, it is actually happening through a growing awareness.

Since there have always been solutions when generosity and compassion are at the core we will see this happen.

As we embrace the idea of compassion and generosity with insight in our individual lives, we will be drawn to others who practice in this same way.

Our conflict of interest will dissolve, and we will discover paths which take all parties into consideration with their real needs.

When we stop seeing ourselves in competition for limited resources, and start seeing all of us as both precious and important, we will act differently.

We will find different kinds of solutions and we will take care of all of us.

© 2014 Kathryn Hardage

Monday, September 15, 2014

More Than Survival

All I wanted was to survive.

And I did.

I used every resource that I had, and I made it.

Not until much, much later, did I learn something more than survival was possible.

Until then, no matter how hard I worked, and there was quite a bit of abundance, it always came out to survival.

Now, I have new tools and I have been practicing them.

I embraced the possibility of more than survival, and practiced what I was learning.

Several years of practice have transformed how I think and act along with my expectations.

I now live on large acreage in the country, surrounded by beauty and peace and content. (From “The Song of the River” in The Blue Cat of Castletown)

I have room to expand my practice, to give more, and to release “my hidden splendor”.
(See Invisible Supply, by Joel Goldsmith)  

I am truly living beyond survival.

© 2014 Kathryn Hardage

A Peaceful Morning of "Deer Theatre"

We have just finished watching our more or less regularly scheduled episode of “Deer Theatre” this morning.

For about twenty to thirty minutes between approximately 8:30 and 9:00 AM, a few deer come out of the surrounding forest and feed around the edges of the meadow.

We stop everything and watch them graze.

Today, there was some interest in the wildflowers, which are about three feet high.

The, grazing around the north end of the meadow brought the deer within fifty feet of our cabin.

There was some foraging into the woods north of that, and then more activity in the northeast corner, and along the eastern part where the deer mineral block is.

The deer were still visibly active when my husband left the cabin to fill the teapot, but we heart the harsh cough that we have learned is the warning from the invisible buck.

Apparently, the return to the cabin, moving toward the direction of the deer was not OK, and so they bounded, with their usual incredible grace, back into the woods.

We started heating our tea, “Deer Theatre” being over for the morning, and eased into our reading and study, respectively.

© 2014 Kathryn Hardage

Saturday, September 6, 2014

Provision of Peace

The perfect peace of an early morning, sunlit drops of dew on meadow grass.

A young raccoon makes his way across it, pausing as it searches for food.

the perfect balance of Nature all around me.

Trees shielding the rising sun until it peeks, then bursts over the ridge.

Birdsong changes as the light envelops us all.

A perfect rhythm unfolding of the day, and me in it, too.

I have been canning and cooking food, some of which we will pack for a camping tour.

Our increasingly tidy arrangements in the 12’ x 20’ cabin where we live, makes it easy to pack.

We have discarded most of our belongings in our desire to move into peaceful surroundings.

Mostly all we have retained is materials for our wealth of projects.

There is relief and then the peace flooding in.

We know we now have unrestricted room to express all our bulid up desires.  

This lets us serve in the way we are each designed.

It is a glorious day in our new paradise of peace, part of the Beneficent Universe’s provision for us.

© 2014 Kathryn Hardage