Spirit (also can be referred to as our angels, guides, Consciousness, Source, God and the Universe) continually provides us with numerous messages to assist us on our journey into consciousness. Guidance and inspiration will flow to us and through us, so that we can assist others on their journey as well.
There is a universal, intelligent, life force that exists within everyone and everything.
It resides within each one of us as a deep wisdom, an inner knowing. ~ Shakti Gawain
According to Google dictionary, inspiration is “the process of being mentally stimulated to do or feel something, especially to do something creative; a sudden brilliant, creative, or timely idea.”
Rather than put my “thinking cap” on, I prefer to get in the flow and put my “inspiration cap” on. Taking action on what flows to us sends the message that we are serious when it comes to creating consciously.
Feeling immensely inspired, I labored on a project over Labor Day weekend 2019. After investing 50+ hours over the weekend, I went to place the order for the mini picture book I created and there was a glitch with their program. Twenty of the 44 pages I created had disappeared and were blank. I called the company first thing the next morning to learn that those pages would need to be recreated. Initially, I was upset that all of my time, energy and inspiration had seemingly gone to waste. Then, I had a vision of the monks creating a sand mandala only to be destroyed upon completion to convey the message of impermanence — that everything is changing and nothing is permanent.
This experience didn’t deter me at all. Early December, I received the message that it was time to move forward with a book. After writing it, I let it simmer for a bit because it felt ho-hum and not “good enough.” I realized I needed to practice the pause, embrace the magic within and get in the flow of inspiration.
Plus, I had to really shift some energy around my viewpoint of it not being good enough. As humans, I realize we periodically have those thoughts – Am I good enough? Is what I have to offer good enough? Is what I have to say good enough? Is what I have written good enough? Realistically, the impression of “good enough” is based on perception and comparison to another.
Put your own inspiration cap on and let the inspiration flow. See what comes to you and moves through you. Remember, it is up to you to take action.
*I should mention that my new book, Embracing the Magic Within, and accompanying Clarity Cards are forthcoming! Release date to be announced soon!
About the Author
Shelly Wilson is an author, intuitive medium and conscious creator who is passionate about helping people wake up to their greatness. She supports others as they navigate their own journey into consciousness to experience aliveness.
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