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Sunday, 29 November 2009
Mystic helpers and the acquisition of Sacred Contracts (C. Myss)

I've been reading in my Inner Compass class that I am surrounded by spiritual helpers, ancestors and beings I don't even know exist.  They want to help me!  But they can't until I ask.  So, I've asked; I've had a couple of conversations with them.

 They're hilarious!  At least, that's my first take.  And excited!  Energized.  I can feel their eagerness, and it feels great.

 So yesterday, I went to a bookstore to buy a couple of journals.  After I'd found what I wanted, I went downstairs, thinking I'd see if they had a copy of a book I'd just ordered, The Wishing Year, by Noelle Oxenhandler.   I thought I'd peek ahead of the excerpt I read.  But I couldn't find the book.

While looking for the "O" authors in the Psych section, Caroline Myss' book Sacred Contracts popped out at me, and I picked it up.   I read, in the intro, "Archetypes are the architects of our lives."  I still have little idea of what that means, but the word "Archetype" struck me from my dream work, and some connection was made.   I started to put the book back and go home, but a little voice inside of me said, "Why do you think you're holding this book, silly?"  And I responded with a laugh, "Oh.  Right.  I'm supposed to buy it."  I swear I heard them laugh.

 This is not the first time I've walked into a bookstore and the book I'm supposed to read jumped into my hand.

Posted by Sharon at 11:05 AM EST
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