Monday, October 5, 2009


In the past we've talked about Synchronicity & Living in the moment, another part of this same dialogue is living in harmony.  We can learn a lot about harmony from nature & paying attention to the balance in nature is a great start.  When you look at your life do things work smoothly?  Is there an ease in everything you do or does it seem to always take a big effort to move onward?

In my experience when we are truly connected to God/universe things flow very easily because there is a natural flow to everything.  In nature everything has it's purpose & everything works together with ease.  Even when there are storms these storms don't last forever.  Nature is always working to get back to a balance.  This idea of balance is something we should all embrace.  To often we push onward even when things don't feel right or we expect that great things will always continue to happen.  Remember that there should always be a balance in life & in that balance there may be times when things don't go as well as you'd like them to.  The thing to do in these times is to examine the message in the tough times.  Just as in nature when things are out of balance we can look at what is causing the in-balance, we need to do the same thing in our life.

Living in harmony takes a higher sense of attention we need to look at everything in our lives & try & find the messages.  As with nature there are always messages being sent to us by God/universe to help us to live in balance.  If we ignore these messages we will become more & more disconnected.  This disconnection will cause us to have more difficult times then if we stay connected & learn from the messages that are given to us.  Live life in harmony so that everything flows with ease.  Take time to examine nature watch the way it works in harmony & learn the messages you need to do the same in your life.

Until tomorrow,


Quote of the day: "When we live in harmony we have a deeper connection to everything in our lives. Discover the harmony in your life."

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