Daily Dose for the Soul

Be ever-expansive. The next time you see a garden full of flowers, observe the flowers that are alive, and compare them to the flowers that you believe are dead. What’s the difference? The dried up, dead flowers are no longer growing, while the alive flowers are indeed still growing. The all-emerging universal force that intended you into being-ness and commences all life is always growing. and perpetually expanding. By being in an ever-expanding state and growing intellectual emotionally, and spiritually, you’re identifying with the universal mind.

By staying in a state of readiness in which you’re not attached to what you used to think or be, and by thinking from the end and staying open to receiving divine guidance, you abide by the law of growth and are receptive to the power of intention.

Reference : The Power of Intention. Dr. Wayne W. Dyer

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Thank you for sharing this. God bless you

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you!!

      Like

  2. Ohh this post actually looks into my soul. I was having my daily walk and I was so awed at how beautiful it is with the trees. How they are so green and full of leaves 🍁 and beautiful and then autumn comes and they fall so gracefully down. Thank you for this post. I will be More aware

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    1. GS says:

      Bringing mindful, non-judgmental attention to the present moment has been getting a very good rap these days—once thought of as solely a spirtual practice, it’s gaining increasing popularity in the workplace and in pop culture. Research has found that people are substantially happier when paying attention to what they’re doing—even happier than if they’re daydreaming about something pleasant.

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      1. Oh yes that is quite right. It helps the day move faster and gives peace of mind.

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      2. GS says:

        Glad you agree.

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