The Magic Wand of Blessing
A practice that gets me through life to manage even the hardest of things. Often we get so caught up in our situations, relationships and problems. We circle them about, use our imagination to make them even larger and create emotional intensity. I understand there are issues in life and indeed they are hard. However, from one who as others has had to face and deal with quite large situations that I could tapple over, I have used this practice often and it works.
As many tools as we can gather to support our experience here is a key to a healthy, abundant life of flow. I imagine I have a wand that flows out incredible sparkles where ever I cast it. Seems silly yet I call it my blessing wand. When things get too large, I feel overwhelmed or confused, as soon as I can catch my breath, I use this wand in my imagination to bless whatever is occurring. I say it out loud if I can, at least in my mind, I bless the situation! Often it makes me giggle which will shift my panic energy. It also puts a positive thought and emotion onto the situation, person or problem I am having.
Simple, magical and shifting in energy. This begins to relax your nervous system, bring in a lighter view and clarity to face the strife. When panic is alleviated, clearer options, ideas and ways to support you can come forward. I often do this as well when I feel good. Passing cars on the road, silently as I see people in public, a way to feel good for what I have and share this positivity into the world.
Life is a play filled with drama, blessing and hardship. Always a perspective shift is how we get ourselves going forward again. It is worth using this simple, playful tool of magical support!
May you be blessed with all you need!
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