To be inspired means to be in spirit, to be open to receiving the guidance and stream of knowledge, love and support from above. Spirit, Consciousness, God, Angels, Guides are constantly sending us ideas and insights, asking us to be in spirit, to stay connected to our source. Why do we work so hard to pull away from our unending source of love and light? Why do we insist on living in a depleted energetic state, believing that we are on our own, when all we have to do is say" yes" and believe? "Yes" to receiving that stream of love and guidance for this journey we have undertaken.
How many times a day do you receive and idea or an inspiration? They say we average 50,000 to 70,000 thoughts per day - that’s 35-48 per minute by each person. Is our monkey mind blocking our ability to connect and receive? How many messages of inspiration are you consciously aware of? How many are blocked by believing you’re not worthy, not special enough, not smart enough, not capable of making what we might imagine happen for us? Those are just limiting beliefs, getting in the way of us realizing our full potential! What matters is if we are able to be open and consciously aware of the stream of love and inspiration we are receiving, and then find the tools to help us thrive in flow.
Spirit, consciousness, God, Angels, Guides are guiding our every step. This may be hard to believe when we are facing the challenging times. It’s hard to believe, because we cannot remember the WE SIGNED UP FOR THIS and our soul is courageous enough to grow through whatever challenges we might face. It is all for your growth, as I hear my Guru remind me often, “I have sent you nothing but blessings”.
It is all, By the Grace of the Guru. One of my inspirations in the past few days was to start a blog with that title By the Grace of the Guru in order to share my moments In Spirit, and ideas that reflect the guidance I am blessed to receive from my Guru, Swami Sivananda. You can also see images related to these posts on my Instagram page melindamadhurimatzell. Leave me a comment if you like, let me know what resonates with you.
Om Namah Sivaya
In honor of all we are capable of becoming