Do you have a dream in your heart and everyone around you is saying, “That’s impossible?”
How are you standing in your faith when someone you care about is living in the state of logical outcomes? If “IT” happened that way for my mother, friend, aunt, co-worker, or sister, of course, it is going to happen that way for you. This confuses your spiritual conviction. Valuable energy is wasted either accepting or refusing their data. Are you allowing someone’s historical data dilute your spiritual tenacity?
In its infancy your hope requires insulation and quiet so that the beating in your heart can blossom towards a belief within you that, this can actually happen. It requires exploration, discovery, acquiring spiritual insight, feeling emotions, creating the mind-view of completion and communion with your Higher Source.
Be vigilant! This is your sacred space. Create a cocoon around your hope to energize it, nurture it, and celebrate the achievement of it.
Today, I celebrate… my hope!
I bask in the bliss-filled anticipation between my dreams and my achievement ~ buoyant expectation, jubilant, steadfast, loving, and peaceful.
I Am Success! Success is My Sacred Right!
Mercedes Warrick is The Intuitive CEO® at The Achievement Sanctuary® and author of The Soul Inspired Tune Up®. She assists people to release, align, energize and elevate their inner beliefs with their outer lives and this includes their work! Her website is www.TheAchievementSanctuary.com or www.facebook.com/thesoulinspiredtuneup.
© 2011 Mercedes Warrick All Rights Reserved
Reprinted with permission.
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Measure of My Success
Help me to recalibrate
so that I don't live by
everyone else's rules:
It's impossible to achieve success later in life.
You're a woman in a man's world.
Change is something to be feared.
Help me to regroup so that
those who populate my world
are kindred spirits
with the best intentions.
Help me to refocus
so that I remember
who I am
and whose I am.
If You are with me,
there is nothing
else to prove.
"WHAT IS YOUR 'IMPOSSIBLE' DREAM?"