I was walking on the beach hoping to get some inspiration from the fairies and water nymphs. As I took my walk, my mind jumped to my list of To Do things, my daughter’s party and other things I was getting behind on. I realized my mind was too full for me to be inspired.
I thought to myself, ‘You can do that later. This is my time with the fairies—this is ‘Our Time.’ And it’s important in life to make time for everything. In the bible it says, ‘A time to kill and a time to heal; a time to tear down and a time to build up. A time to weep and a time to laugh; a time to mourn and a time to dance.’ I’ve found it’s good to make special time for each of my kids when I can, time to be alone, time with my husband, time to write, extended family time, some time for friends and time to connect with the Divine or my Spirit. That’s a lot of time!
I like taking sacred baths because the window is specific and narrow and so is the space. It seems a little less hard for your mind to wander than when you are on a walk, let’s say. But yes, it’s still possible. You may climb into your bath with sacred intentions only to suddenly realize you are wallowing in mundane thoughts. This is the time to stop yourself, return to your intention and to reconnect with your guide and spirit. Remember your context and say, ‘This is Our Time.’ There will be time enough for everything else. And this time is very valuable.
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