hen I look at myself as a spiritual being having this human experience, I realize the more I experience, the more gifts are revealed.
Take the gift of intuition as an example. When I haven’t listened to my intuition, things often don’t turn out well, and I can get rather frustrated. The times that I go with my hunch and things turn out in a positive way, I can pat myself on the back.
The more we can pat ourselves on the back, the better.
I often ask myself, “Do I want the consequences of the negative vibration that I sent out to the universe?” I don’t think any of us really want that; yet, we do it all the time and wonder why things go wrong.
We do not make the connection to the annoyance of a neighbour’s dog barking and our angrily giving the finger to a fellow driver on the highway. Or the connection to a cheque coming in the mail on the day we helped an older person cross the street.
I first heard of this cause-and-effect relationship from Rhonda Burns in the movie “The Secret” – a life-changing film that I still watch every now and then as a reminder. There are many gifts and talents that each one of us has. Whether they are harnessed or hampered depends on which energy we feed.