February 19, 2013
Light Ascending (Again), Part 3

I had looked into a lot of ways to counter what was being done and said. And I decided that they were not feasible.

First thing I did was look at legal options. I learned that lawyers only have interest in making money and nothing else.

I could do the same type of propaganda that this person was doing, but that would mean stooping to their level. Doing that would hurt me more than help, and I’m talking hurt internally, not hurt my business (but that would eventually happen). To do something like that would make me, not me. I truly believe in karma, and I don’t do a lot things because I know it will eventually come back to bite me in the ass.

Someone even told me that they had some friends that would go and do something nasty to this person. I thanked him for the offer, but told them that this was not how I wanted things to go either, and I did not pass on who this person is. The last thing I want to do is be the cause of this person being hurt physically.

I decided that I preferred to let karma go where karma wanted.

One of the first things I did was to add some things to my daily affirmations, things like...

I am a good person.
I am worthy of good things happening to me.
I am the master of my fate.
Instead of wasting energy on fear, I will use energy creating positive outcomes.
I will trust in spirit to guide me

Next I did something that surprised me, but should not have. I decided it was time I put my money where my mouth is. I decided that it was too much to handle, so I turned it over to spirit. I said, “Spirit, handle it.” I decided that if spirit wanted me here doing this work, they would keep me here. if not, then I guess I wasn’t meant to do it.

But the key is that I let go. I am no longer in the driver’s seat, spirit is. The trick is recognizing when spirit wants me to do something. I don’t pick up on subtleties all that well.

There is an old joke about a guy who hears there is a flood coming, and climbs on his roof. A car comes by and offers to take him to safety, and he replies, “I’ll stay here. God will save me.” The waters start rising and a boat comes along and offers to help. His reply is the same. The water gets higher still and a helicopter comes by and offers to take him. He again replies that God will save him. Well, he drowned. As he stood before the Almighty, he tells God, “I thought you would save me.”, to which God replies, “Well I sent you a car, and a boat, and a helicopter...”

The point is that while we put ourselves in the hands of spirit, we need to learn when they are telling us to do something. That will be the trick. But for now, I am not going to worry about it.