"You are in this world to learn to use the energy of creation wisely in order to bring about completion. An important key to remember is that the energy of Spirit follows the thoughts you hold. Wherever you direct this spiritual energy in the material world, things are manifested.
There's an old saying: "What you fear comes upon you." It means you become a magnet for what you fear, and you create for yourself the very thing you're afraid of. Is there a real source of fear? No. Is there real fear? Yes. It is inside of you, and you are the creator of it. You give birth to your own fear.
Under the energy of fear is the energy of pure Spirit, which allows you to create whatever you want. This is the unconditional loving of Spirit, allowing you to do whatever you will with your body, emotions, and mind."
I encourage people I work with to use "this or something greater for the highest good." to insure that what you are focusing on is lined up. This assists me in not going through the guessing game of trying to figure out which is the "right thing to focus on, what if I make the wrong choice, what if I make a mistake?"
I also try to go under the "thing" or situation I am wanting to bring forward and go to the essence of what that is, what does that mean to me? Usually the essence something simple yet profound. Such as a home may have the essence of sanctuary and peace. Relationship may have the essence of love and connection. A car may have the essence of thriving and vitality.
May you go to the essence of beauty and grace in all of your creations.
Peace be still,
Ivan Choultsé (1877-1932): Sunset, Engadine, Switzerland