Musings from the trail
Many years ago I fell off my mare La`Undena` on a trail ride. It wasn't her fault but due to a 4- wheeler spooking us. I held a grudge against this guy and all 4-wheelers. One day I was hanging out with my mare La`Undena`. She said to me "when are you going to forgive that guy?" I asked "who was she talking about?" She then said "the 4-wheeler man." I said "why do you say that?" She looked me in the eye and said "maybe it's time to forgive?" What I haven't told you is that after the fall I walked with a bad limp. I had to swing my right leg when I walked.
For a moment I thought about how 4-wheelers actually help people, and maybe I could forgive him now. So I did the Ho`oponopono process of Forgiveness.
Please Forgive me
I Love You
When I was done I turned to walk down the hill towards the house. After a few steps I noticed that I wasn't swinging my right leg. My LIMP WAS GONE!
We may not realize how holding a grudge can be keeping us from being free. My mare La`Undena` invited me to free myself. Luckily I listened.
I had an Epiphany the other day. I looked around me, and noticed I'm not enjoying what I have.
Why is this I asked myself?
To answer this let's take a look at the 3 steps to being a deliberate creator.
It's the last one that I have found most difficult. I'm a "GIVER." Are you? Even after I attracted what I desired, I wouldn't let the item or animal etc. contribute to me. YIKES!
Did you know that everything wants to contribute to YOU?
Being a "Giver" you can be missing something magical and your also denying others to gift to you. Even what we may call inanimate objects or your business want to contribute to the richness and fullness of your life.
Here's some new questions I started asking.
I wonder what contribution my horse can be to me today, tomorrow, and next week?
I wonder how much more contribution I can receive from my ________________?
My Truck & Trailer? (When I let my Jeep Grand Cherokee contribute to me, I get better gas mileage.. Yup no fooling).
What about our Horses? Yes they can receive "Contribution" too!
I wonder how much more contribution my horse can receive from his/her grain?
Play with this and please write your comments below what you notice after asking these questions. Until next time
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