Forming a Life You Love

Offering from Higgins:

We’d like to offer an activity to assist you in forming a life you love.

Get paper and writing instrument. Sit down in a quiet space. Ask yourself, “Who am I?”

Allow free flow of thought and simply write down every word or group of words you think of. Write down all the things that come to mind until the flow stops.

If there are any negative descriptions, cross them out. They are not Truth. Instead, focus upon the positive aspects of yourself. Those positive aspects are Truth about you. So how can you begin expressing them today?

For example, let’s say ‘artist’ is on your list. How can you, today, express your artistic side? You may not have all day to create a work of art but do you have 10 minutes to prepare a bouquet of flowers? Look at the clothes you have on. Do they say, “Artist in here”? If not, you may wish to begin dressing in a way that expresses your inner desire.

Let’s say you have ‘writer’ on your list. Do you have 30 minutes to allow free flow of thought regarding the book you’ve been meaning to write? Or might you put a small pad of paper and pen in your pocket and make a habit of writing down ideas as they flow to you throughout the day? They will you know, if you make space for them.

If ‘wife’ or ‘husband’ is on your list, can you think of something nice to do for your spouse?

Whatever it is that you find to do it doesn’t have to take much time for it is the creation of harmony between you and the thing you say you are that you are working towards and the universe does not measure the size of the action but instead measures the sincerity and conviction of the intent behind the action.

As you discover more and more ways to express your true self life will smooth out. You will discover exactly who you are and in expression of that there is great happiness.

You are loved.

Received October 4, 2011 at Lake Goodwin, Washington

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1 Response to Forming a Life You Love

  1. Thanks!….. That question has come up in my mind very often over the last year. I have thought about writing down the question: Who Are You? putting it in a frame and hanging it on the wall so I can remind myself each day of who I am and where I am going.
    Thanks again for these writings.

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