A Course in Miracles Experiment (by Pam Grout) Day 71

Ask the Universe this question today:  

“What do you mean for me to do, to become?  What do you mean for me to say and accomplish?  What is my real aim, my goal? ”
If you let your ego answer, it’ll take you on a guided tour of all the crappiest things possible in life, because it glories in the negative.  Your ego, that little demon on one shoulder, just loves to help you suffer.

Bur if you ignore your ego, tune out that demon (no matter how loud he screams) you will start to hear the small, still voice of the Divine.  The angel on your other shoulder is too well-mannered to shout, too kind to poke you and pinch you to get your attention.

Your ego is a dismal navigator, and will be sure to find a great roadmap to somewhere you don’t want to be.  It’ll take every chance to help you get hopelessly lost, then crow about how poorly you’ve managed the trip.

On the other hand, if you don’t pay attention to your ego and instead focus on the Divine, you’ll get your answers, your direction, and your purpose. It doesn’t have to be a painful process.

Admittedly, it may take time for the details to become clear in your mind.  It may evolve and change as time goes on.  Patience is part of the process.

EVERY person’s choices have an effect on the world we experience.  

Your job and mine is to not get distracted by the trivia, and to continue to focus on the importance of each choice we make.

Let the Universe unfold to you today.  Allow yourself time to contemplate your direction, your purpose and passion.  Give yourself the mental space to see your REAL choices, your meaning, your message.

Three times today, quiet your mind and ask the Universe “What am I intended to do?  What should I focus on?  How do I aid the Divine plan?”

Be prepared, though!  The answers you get may not be anything like what you expect, and the road you travel may take you to an alien landscape.  

Keep moving.  Have faith.  And, whatever you do, don’t stop believing!

Be safe and blessed today.

Photo by jplenio, courtesy of Pixabay

With Grace and Gratitude, 


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