“The more light you allow within you, the brighter the world you live in will be.”
― Shakti Gawain
“The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.”
― W.B. Yeats
Happy Fourth of July! Summer is such a special time. It’s easy to feel optimistic when the daylight hours are plentiful, the birds are singing and the sun shines brightly from one magnificent day to the next. It’s a stark contrast to winter when everything seems dark and grey.
Our moods are like that. When we focus on all that is good and right with our world, it feels good. When we turn our attention to the things we don’t like, then consequently our emotions follow our thoughts and we can find ourselves feeling lousy. Change your focus to change your thoughts, thus changing how you feel. The process is as simple as that.
Never forget how strong the vibrations of energy are at attracting other vibrations of a similar frequency. You may think that your mood stays within you and that unspoken thoughts can’t affect anything, but that isn’t true. We broadcast into the world everything that we are feeling inside, and then we get exactly what we are emitting back to us. Don’t attract what you don’t want.
That Crazy Moon – The Moon arrives in Capricorn in the wee hours of the morning today. This sensible Capricorn Moon influences us to seek order and structure, and our careers, reputation, and objectives are in focus. We’re inclined to get ready to work, organize, and plan. We’re also heading toward a Full Moon/Lunar Eclipse, which will occur early tomorrow. Emotions build, and we can be on the verge of important realizations. Trust your intuition and watch for the synchronicities that will give you a helping hand towards achieving your goals.
Thought of the Day – Think only of what you want, and of what you enjoy. If you are living in your head most of the time, at least make it a pleasant place to spend the day. Have the best Fourth of July ever.
“Don’t be satisfied with stories, how things have gone with others. Unfold your own myth.”