Thursday, February 3, 2011

The Law of Acceptance

Over the past few months I have been working with and through a neck injury which I sustained during a workplace incident. It has been quite a challenge, the healing seems to have been secondary to everything else that goes along with being injured at a place of employment. I have been forced to deal with many 3D world things, which truly is not my strong point. Perhaps that is one of the reasons I am where I am. I am an Indigo/Crystal, so part of me wishes to be the warrior and fix all the wrongs with regards to dealing with all these organizations. The Crystal part just wants to make peace and bring love into everything. While this is a good thing, it is not necessarily what is needed.

Having studied the traditional tarot, my guides will often show me the images and symbols from the traditional tarot (I use a completely different deck for my readings). The symbol/card they keep sharing with me is the Hanged Man. The Hanged man represents the Law of Acceptance. Even though he has one foot nailed to the cross - meaning there are some things that are not currently movable - the rest of him is free to move about. So, from him I am learning that I can be happy regardless of the circumstances that surround me and that while there are some things I must accept and deal with, the rest of me is free to choose. I therefore must accept what I cannot change, have the courage to change the things I can, have the wisdom to know the difference. (hmmm, I think I read that somewhere before lol).

So, from that I accept that there has been problems airing my show, and that even though I've tried to explain the problems, some people are going to send me emails of complaints. I accept that I am doing the best that I can under the circumstances of wireless Internet that is often unreliable at the hotels I am having to stay in. That I am helping those people who need it and can feel their love and support. I am thankful everyday for those who share with me the difference my work makes in their lives, for that is indeed my life's work, and accept that some people will be unhappy with the circumstances and also need some place to vent them. I will not take these things personally and will choose to feel the love from the others and send love to those who need it. I will continue to do my best regardless of what others feel or think, and know that I did the best that I can with the skills and tools I have at the time.

Sometimes we choose a lesson and wonder why on earth we would. I shall continue to look for the gift and value within this experience and know that I am a better person each day as I walk softly on the Earth.

Smile and do your best, regardless of what is happening around you.

love and blessings, Sharon

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