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Infinite Ooze

 

This morning, I spoke at Awakened Heart which is a New Thought Church in Arden, Delaware. The topic was Pivotal Moments which is one of my new favorite things to talk about. I shared with the gathering who had braved the ice and snow and chilly temps to come out, that each instant brings an opportunity to look through the lens of our internal camera and take a snapshot of what is in front of us. On the way down, I was driving  South on 95 and noticed a billboard for a bank that gave me a chuckle. It said something like ‘”We don’t believe in bank fees and the jury is still out on unicorns.” I shared that with the group and they laughed too, since I imagine that they, like I, do believe in unicorns. Although it is a 90 minute drive each way, I always eagerly anticipate the trek, since I know I will be greeted with hugs and welcomed as family of choice.

Before the service began, I was perusing the information tables and my eyes set upon a scattering of affirmation cards. One jumped out at me immediately.

I live one on one at one with the only One, God!

Cosmic good is infused in everything I do and everything I am!

The infinite ooze of unlimited possibilities is the playground of my mind!

Releasing the lesser, I embrace the next great version of who and what I am!

Beyond limitations!  Above conditions!

Breaking free and being me!

Gratefully, I let it be! And so it is!  Amen!

 

As I read these words, I found myself drawn to one line in particular:  The infinite ooze of unlimited possibilities is the playground of my mind!

That brings to mind, not a tepid drip of ideas, not a sedate sip, but a sluuuuurrrppppp from the bottom of the glass, a sloshing over the edge of the cup, an outpouring of juicy joyful nectar. I wondered who thought this up and when I turned the card over, I wasn’t the least bit surprised to see that Rev. Michael Beckwith from Agape International Spiritual Center in California, was the hollow reed through which this ‘music’ flowed. If I lived my life as if this playground was always accessible, no lock on the gate, with all sorts of toys and lots of playmates with which to share, I would have far more moments of delight and far fewer of dismay.

What would your life be like if you oozed unlimited possibility? What if you knew that you were always at the right place at the right time?

 

http://youtu.be/oF9BgebyhQ0  My Soul is Welcome Here

www.awakenedheart.net

www.agapelive.com

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