I don’t like Mondays…
Last week hasn’t ended– this week is just an extension of it. I’m putting together my issue edit and preparing for my labor day weekend, which will include me going home for a visit and experiencing the ring of fire at Canandaigua Lake, which I missed last year.
So, some really strange stuff has been happening in the last two weeks that I won’t even bother typing out here, not yet.
Though I consider myself a chronic skeptic to anything I can’t duplicate with cold hard physical evidence, part of my ancestry is a line of Lily Dale Spiritualists, a fact I’ve pretty much ignored for most of my life.
So I’ve been a little more lenient about my skepticism lately. I can’t illustrate any of it here, because I don’t understand enough about what it is I’m experiencing to explain all of it. As my development in the ethereal arena grows, I’ll keep everyone updated.
Suffice it to say that my attitude toward things rather keeps me from seeing what it is I have in front of me.
I got a feeling I need to be doing all I can in the direction of expressing myself– i.e. I don’t write enough, play music enough, ground enough– in essence, I’m not awake enough.
It’s kind of important to be awake if you want any of your actions to go anywhere as far as raching a goal is concerned. So what’s the goal, you might ask?
Keep going up. I do that, but I’m still holding back a lot of my energy because I’m scared of two things– what I can’t do, and what I can do.
My actions would be so much more meaningful if they were directed and focused by my will.
I have a lot more information to share here, but I’m afraid of my blog taking a really sharp turn, and this is meant for the lighter side or life– humor and stuff. If I decide I need to start another blog dedicated to the heavier, less interesting* facts about my life, I’ll post the link– I promise.
(* I guess this assumes that any of this information is interesting. But hey, if it wasn’t, you wouldn’t be reading this– and if you are reading it, then…continue…reading it.)
Sigh. Things are still changing–so I guess that’s usually a good sign.
The teacher said to do more than be aware– take action.
Ok, coach. I get it.