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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Position yourself for your season

Seasons come and seasons go and just as we move through this physical seasonal cycle, we also have a time cycle in our personal lives. There's a time for planting and a time for reaping and we need to recognize when it is time to plant in order to reap our harvest. We need to recognize when our opportunity has come.

Sometimes opportunities show up in unlikely places, people and events and we need the wisdom to seize them when they arrive, relinquish all prejudices and embrace our moment. But how can we embrace something that we've mentally rejected? We defeat our own selves when we set up stipulations of when, where and how, and the very thing that we're looking for or expecting is staring us right in the face.

We position ourselves by being open to which ever channel the Spirit uses to bring our desire. When we stay in tuned with the Spirit, we'll recognize the opportunity as it comes to us because we would have received that inner prompting to look closer and through the eyes of the Spirit. Then our eyes would be opened to see the golden opportunity unveiled in front of us.

When I first met Lee, I didn't recognize that the answer to my prayer was standing right in front of me with a big smile because I had this idea in my head of how things should be. It was only when I let go of my personal petty objections that I could see clearly that my moment had come. When I said, "God, I let go and allow you to do what you think best," is when my miracle occurred, easily and effortlessly. As a result, I was positioned at the right place and the right time when he was passing by again and he asked me out to lunch - we've been together ever since expanding our joy through the little smiling faces of our children.

Have your desire, release all your hang-ups and allow the Spirit of the Universe to position you for your season of receiving.


  1. Hi Alicia: Loved your post. It is sometimes hard to remain in the moment, isn't it? But that's what we have to do. And I loved reading about saying to the Lord, "I allow you to do what you think best." I need to do that today! Take care. Sincerely, Susan

  2. Thanks Susan. Remaining in the moment is something that we need to practice over and over. The more we do it, the more it becomes a habitual way of life.


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