This week’s thought is short and sharp and maybe a little challenging.
Every now and then I feel the need to consult an oracle and since I am not a member of a particular church, I use various affirmation cards and The Book of Runes.
This week, I selected a rune and read the message. It seemed fairly apt for where I was at, however the last sentence really resonated with me, “We do without doing and everything gets done.”
I sat on the bed to digest this.
In my heart, I know this to be true. In my head, I want to control things and know HOW things are going to work out.
The rune and this week’s message is about faith, hope, intuition and trust.
So many people I have spoken to this week are in pain. They are desperate to know the outcome. They are in a hurry to get “there” and yet we know that the universe or God always comes through although not always in the way we expect.
So why do we get so caught up in having to know HOW things are going to happen?
And whilst we’re on this theme, I’ve been reminded this week to come back to doing the things I love to do.
According to Katie Ryan, the Divine Detective, there is a difference between what we like to do and what we love to do and she challenged me this week to only do what I love to do and if I couldn’t avoid something I didn’t love, then to find something about it that I did love.
All week I’ve been asking myself, “Do I love it?”
If the answer is “No”, I allow myself to not do it, (if I don’t have to). If I do have to do it, like reconcile my accounts, I focus on what I do love about doing that; the feeling of having everything balanced and knowing exactly where things are at.
This week, I encourage you to pay attention to what you love doing and focus on that and let the universe or God take care of it for you.
As the message from the rune says, “We do without doing and everything gets done.”