Rearranging the Sacred Space
I blew in the wind last night to clear the space on the outside and everything is now in place.
What are you filling yourself up with? Continue to maintain the inside of your own sacred space. Stay aware of what you bring into your heart, Spirit and abode; always reach for the “deep things of God.”
When interacting with others: if someone is disconcerted doesn’t mean you have to step into the mess. Take a moment to discern each situation and exit graciously, “God reveals wisdom to us through the Holy Spirit.” There is always a way out!
Keep life simple. Re-arrange your Sacred Space. Get rid of any dust that has built up around you. Ask for Gods help with the heavy lifting.
Accept life as it is. Step out and be; get ready to spend time with me!
Jesus took time out from his family, friends and ministry. He encouraged others to: Go into the room, close the door and pray. (Awakening the Inner Ticker of Life, pg.15)
Have you made a decision to take this spiritual journey?
We are preparing to enter our 2nd week on this awesome expedition of “Who Is It That You Look For?”
Before we continue, let’s take a break.
I encourage you to set aside a time and space where you can be alone. Remember, there are no steadfast rules in this co-creative process.
“Many desire a place to get away from the outer fringes of life, seeking peace and harmony.”
The blessed area I am referring to is located outside of a traditional church setting or other place of worship.
Your sacred space can be anywhere you want it to be.
Infinite possibilities are blooming around you.
“When I was growing there in secret you knew I was there.” (Ps. 139:15)
Get ready! Part 2 of “Who Is It That You Look For?” will be posted tomorrow.