Archive for December, 2008
Recipe For A Happy New Year
Take 12 fine, full-grown months.
See that these are thoroughly cleansed from all old memories of bitterness, anger, hate, and jealousy.
Cut these months into 30 or 31 equal parts.
This batch will keep for one year. Do not attempt to make more than one batch at a time …. many people spoil the entire lot in this way.
>>>>A Happy New Year is a certainty!>>>>
What do you want? What are your desires right now, next month, next year? If you know specifically your goals in life, have the courage to make a plan, and feel comfortable to ask God for what you need to complete your plan, you are a rare person.
Most of us are reluctant to put a voice to our goals and ask for help with our plans, because daring to ask is foreign to our nature. Feel comfortable to ask God for what you need to complete your plan, you are a rare person. Most of us are reluctant to put a voice to our goals and ask for help with our plans, because daring to ask is foreign to our nature.
Do Your Exercises
Make a list of what you want and dare to include some of the big things along with that new coat you’ve been admiring. Think of how you want to live, and where, and who you want around you, what relationships you want to develop, what you’d like to be doing, what you’d like to learn; then think of how you want to feel, and how you want your surroundings to feel. Project yourself into your vision of the future, allow yourself to feel it lovingly, passionately, as if it were already happening. Then turn it over to God and the angels, and your guides and expect miracles.
And, if you’re not sure you want what you think you want, then ask the angels for help in getting clear about what you want…
Dare to ask for what you want… and then dare to ask God and the angels for help! The angels are listening, waiting for your requests so they can swing into action. When you dare to ask, you open yourself up for help from legions of angels – and to miracles!
Ask, for the highest good of all, and it shall be given unto you.
But all the long year through,
the joy that you give to others,
Is the joy that comes back to you.
And the more you spend in blessing,
The poor and lonely and sad,
The more of your heart’s possessing,
Returns to you glad.