Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Peaceful Balance

I feel good that we have discovered a solution to a project using available resources.

I love that we have come up with a simple way to complete another step with an innovative use of materials.

I love that these steps are all fitting together in a balanced and harmonious way.

Sometimes as we have worked on projects, looking for solutions, they have seemed very far away and out of balance.

Shifting our viewpoint and getting an insight takes away all the struggle and we find ourselves instantly in balance.

There is no struggle to make things fit.

It is the strangest and most wonderful thing.

After working and thinking and figuring, we just have to let it all go.

Then there is room for the solution to appear.

When we push for one thing or another to happen, it is out of balance and there is no way to bring it about.

Then, when we finally let go, without any disappointment, while we are thinking and talking and doing something else, the solution works its way back into our conversation.

We know just what to do and we can do it.


© 2015 Kathryn Hardage

Monday, August 17, 2015

Bringing New Life

Trusting ourselves brings new life into our experiences.

I am so grateful we took the big step of moving ourselves into a completely different environment.

We love our new location and the new possibilities it offers us.

Instead of dealing with unsolvable problems built into a previous situation, we have found the love and delight of planning a new experience and then taking the unpredictable steps of getting there.

It is good we are getting used to unpredictable steps, because there is a lot more of that as we explore our new location and create the things we love to be around us.

We always feel happy and grateful and delighted with the beauty we have moved ourselves into.

We are finding new venues to explore and new things to learn.

It keeps us alert and provides lots of interest.

We love having a new base.

We love keeping in touch with those aspects that we loved and finding new aspects to bring into our experiences.

We keep our mental alertness, not to protect and guard, but to expand and taste new delights.

© 2015 Kathryn Hardage