So as you know I have a routine spiritual practice each day, but periodically, I feel led to draw a card from one of my decks for inspiration and meditation. This morning, I drew the Queen of Fire from the Osho Zen Tarot deck. This card came bearing the message that I have so much more to share with the world than I realize!
Sometimes it is easy for me to forget that my small, positive actions, words, and deeds have a huge impact on the “big picture.” I am not always conscious of the ways what I do and create has a radiating effect on the world. Yesterday, one of my students shared with me how they believe the legacy I am creating will continue to influencing the planet long after I have forgotten about it or no longer exist on this plane. This card reminded me that my contribution doesn’t need to be some big flashy deal to have a transformative impact.
Drawing this card made me think about what I most want to share with my community and the world and how it makes me feel. It is the desire to share the love I have for humanity, which inspires me each day. When I have the opportunity to share the love I have experienced through my relationship with you, I can hear my wife reminding me how “sharing is caring.” The card reminded me to continue to share my wisdom with others, but to do so at a higher level then I have been. So this is where I will focus my energies, in continuing to share my wisdom and gifts with others.
When I share my gifts, when I am able to give to others, it makes me feel so good inside. I can feel this light just radiating up and out of me. A warmth fills me and when I am able to share what you have blessed me with, I think of the story of the warm fuzzies. I remember that the more I share, the more you will bless me with to continue to share. I will never run out of love or blessings to pass on to the universe and for that, I am so grateful.
Thank you for always sharing with me. You never cease to send positive energy, love, and light into my life. It comes through so many different “lightworkers” and sources. So this morning I want to thank you for sharing so much with me and for the daily reminders of how much you care for me. May you always know how much I love and care for you in return.