I am embarking on a journey towards all the good things I would like to have and experience in my life. As much as I love having nice things and creating good memories through wonderful experiences, I’d like to get my emotional self in tune with what I want to feel and have on the outside to allow more of the good things to come my way.
I have Oprah to thank because she initiated conversations on self-love, spirituality, and everything else through her show and that it made me think of what my true purpose here on Earth really is. I always like it when there’s a topic or even a sentence or phrase that makes me think and take action to improve my life. And so I searched for books on intuition by simply Googling it and found Lynn A. Robinson, a US-based intuitive consultant who has also written books on the subject and have clients who can attest to her consulting work. I read Laura Day’s two books previously, but I found Lynn’s work to be more in tune with my soul. (Thank goodness for Auckland Libraries for letting members borrow books for free so that I can read it for a few weeks and then can renew it or buy myself a copy to keep for life.)
I have read the following titles from the same author:
Divine Intuition: Your Inner Guide to Purpose, Peace, and Prosperity
Listen: Trusting Your Inner Voice in Times of Crisis
Real Prosperity: Using the Power of Intuition to Create Financial and Spiritual Abundance ( bought it through this link in Amazon.com)
The last book title I purchased it from http://www.amazon.com, while the previous two are still borrowed from the library, but will buy copies for myself soon.
One of the many things that Lynn advised in her books is to know what excites me, what makes me curious, what activities interest me, invigorates me. What I can answer to that question is that I love writing, singing, reading, visiting art and photography exhibitions, take pictures, eat nice food, be with friends. I can get lost when I’m writing in my blog and in my notebook, and even when I’m singing, even when a few people said I’m really good at it while others commenting that I put too much emotion on it.
There are many things I’m curious about, one of them being meditation. I have started taking meditation classes to learn how to quiet my mind and listen to advice from God. I have tried learning it on my own, but realized it’s better to learn techniques from someone so I can practice it regularly.
There are many options available. Free meditation classes, classes where you can drop by and pay per class, or where you need to pay in advance before attending the six-week course. At the moment, I’m choosing the free classes so that if I am still curious and like to know more, I can then take the option of paying for a few classes or taking the course.
I have also started making my own vision board of everything I’d like to have in my life. Nice things, travel to many places. I am almost complete with my first vision board and I’m going to start another to complement the first. I didn’t realize the process would be a bit longer than I expected, what with searching for the words and pictures I’d like to include, but the process itself is fun and I’m enjoying it.
I always start my day with offering my vision board as my prayer to God and the Universe, surrendering all my worries to Him, and then meditate. Sometimes I would read a scripture from my Bible or through a phone app, other times I do it within the day. My meditation practice may be in the early stages, but I’m learning a lot from the classes.
Later on, I’m also discussing about financial matters. Not in detail, just what I’ve learned over the years and how I’ve taken action recently to really save and enjoy doing it at the same time. I can’t believe it’s actually fun to save, even the coins you carry in your wallet can make a big difference when you are consistent in doing so.
Thank you for reading my post, and I can’t wait for the next one!