Posts Tagged ‘life plan’

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How do I get the life I want?

August 5, 2010

From Jim:

I had my whole life planned out, and now that I am finishing my PhD, I realize it is not the life I want. I crave stability while what I want to do is inherently unstable. How do I move forward?


Inspirations from Binah:

Expectations begin at an early age. As you discover your talents and dream about the future, you develop ideas around what “could” and “should” be your life path. And while the possibilities play out before you, it is important to remember that what you are good at is not always the road that will bring you happiness.

No matter where you are in life, there is always an opportunity for change. Having an education is an asset, so if you are still enjoying school, as you finish your degree, use this time to explore new career fields. Call upon the passionate energy of Venus to confirm what you “want” to be doing, then take it into Mercury to find the most stable way to do it. While there are times when you will have to sacrifice to accomplish your goals, if the intent is right, though the sacrifice may be difficult, it is one your heart will happily make.

Begin on a Friday. Take a rose quartz and place it over you hara chakra. Go into meditation and ask, “What career will bring me a life of joy, happiness and ease?” Let the answers tumble around you. Record the images, sensations, sounds, smells and tastes you receive. When you are done, place the rose quartz on your altar in pure water. Throughout the week, take time to ponder your notes and notice the patterns. When more clarity is needed, take the rose quartz, place it once again on your hara, and return to meditation to further develop you career ideas.

When you find a clear path you wish to take, on the following Wednesday, place a sodalite crystal on your hara. Go into meditation and ask, “What steps do I need to take in order to create this career in a way that will bring stability and abundance?” Just as before, let the answers flow through your senses. Record everything, then place the sodalite in the same water as the rose quartz. Repeat this process as necessary, reaching clarity on where to go next.

When you have both the path and steps, on the following Saturday, place an Apache Tear Obsidian on your feet and bless your journey you have begun – grounding the energy and removing any self-limitations. With the ritual complete, leave behind your old plan and embark on the new, confident that you will achieve what you desire most.


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I have lost all sense of time

December 24, 2009

From Botan:

I am facing some problems in the last three years, and I don’t know what is wrong with me. simply my problem is that I am always in a hurry in my eating, walking, talking and everything in my life. I feel like I am running to catch something, but I don’t know what it is???? also there is no plan in my life and I don’t know why it is like that. I tried several times to have a good plan and time management but it is not working. also I want to tell you that I can not feel time goes on, or in other word I lost the meaning of time, and this creates other problems for me, for example, when i have exams there is nothing makes me study, and I don’t realize that I have to do it until the last moment, or last fifteen minutes.

I am sorry for grammar mistakes, I am not native speaker


Inspirations from Binah:

Each of us relates to time differently. When you find that perfect rhythm, it will put you in harmony with the Universe and many of your time associated problems will dissipate. Finding that harmony, especially when you are being pulled by forces outside of your immediate control, will take some creative thinking and a bit of experimenting. When you don’t know where you are going, it is easy to feel like you are running behind and therefore, rush to catch up. For now, let your worries about speed slip away, for this is a symptom of the real problem, finding a plan in your life.

Finding the right life plan comes when you understand what you are here to do. It is not necessary to know your full life purpose at this time, so instead focus on what you wish to accomplish in this phase of your life. Realize that plans often change and allow yourself to flow with the undines of the water when challenges arise.

There are many physical techniques to creating a plan and managing your time. Use these once you have discovered your deeper needs, weaving a connection between the spiritual and physical. Allow the water to purify your previous attempts, clearing concerns and engulfing you in the emotional energy needed to find what is most important. Use a water activity such as swimming, bathing or sailing to step into the full energy of this element, and from here, start your meditation. Ask the undines to guide you through this journey of exploration and help you pen your plan. Let the ideas flow uncontrolled from the world of Yetzirah, creating all you need.

Water flows in various speeds from the top of a mountain to its base, moving quickly through steep rapids and more slowly through small streams. Be one with the water and do not judge the time it takes to create your plan. Know that when it is complete, you will move into the element of Earth, into Assiah, to manifest all that you have discovered.


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