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Making a wish....

This past Friday night I was standing on the beach under a half full moon and was inspired to make a wish to the universe.  I began by saying hi to my mom, who passed over 9 years ago.  Every time I see the stars or the beauty in nature I think of her and say hello.  I've never been to her grave, and saying "hi" when I think of her is how I honor her instead.  Then the prayer began...


Dear god....  God??? Who am I praying to?  I'm not religious!  Start over.  Dear universe (that felt better).  Thank you for allowing me to provide for my son, for helping me to raise a healthy, compassionate little boy that Iove more than I ever thought possible.  I am grateful that I have a job and that I'm on this new and exciting adventure with animal communicating.  Phew.  That part wasn't so tough!! 


Now my wish.  I wish for someone to share this journey with me.  WAIT!!!  Did I just ask for someone to date??  I don't want that!  Do I?  No, I don't think so.  I like my life right now.  Start over.  I want a good circle of friends to be with in my life.  That's ok.  Crap, did I really ask for someone to date???  What if I get it???  OH NO!  Breathe.  Open eyes.  Regroup.  Start over- again.  Dear universe, I am grateful for all I have and all I am able to do.  I want to be successful with my business and helping people connect better with their animals and themselves.  Shoot, how do I define success?  Now what do I ask?  Oh my god, what if I get everything I'm asking for?!  The pressure!!!  Did the water just touch my toes?  How long have I been standing here with my eyes closed?  Start over....


I finally got my "prayer" out and my friend and I got a good laugh over how I struggled with it the entire time.  Today I got up and went on a hike to clear my mind and reconnect with nature.  Then it came to me.  All I had to say was "I am grateful for all I have and I am open and thankful for all that is right and good for me now."  DUH!!!  The universe acts with perfection, and I really don't have to worry about the details.  It doesn't mean I'm going to sit on my couch and wait for things to happen to and for me, but I trust that I am on the right path and that things are going the way they are supposed to. 



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