The word for the day is soul.
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Take your Inner Being everywhere you go. If you take your Inner Being to the party, it's going to be a good party! If you take your Inner Being, the food that you eat will be received perfectly by the cells of your body. Every word that comes out of your mouth will be beneficial to everyone who hears them with their ears—or with their vibration. Don't go anywhere without your Inner Being. That's what "Allowing" is. Always having your Inner Being present. And then, anything else that happens is always orchestrated perfectly by Law of Attraction.
Excerpted from: El Paso, TX on February 17, 2001
Esther (and Abraham and Jerry)
Your Daily Now Moment!
The next time you drive or get on your mode of transportation, pay attention to how your body knows exactly what to do:
Your mind tells you to sit, turn the wheel, put the key in the ignition and your hands and feet know exactly what to do.
Sometimes automaticity is a good thing!
Today, observe when and where you are on auto-pilot.
If you notice that a particular auto-routine is unhealthy, you have stepped into a space of awareness, a choice point to make a change.
The power is within you.
Today, find something around you that has a pleasant smell.
This could be a candle, food, a rose, or maybe something that brings up a sense of nostalgia.
Breathe in, allowing the scent to filter through your body.
Breathe in again and truly take in this scent, priming your mind toward the good in life.
If you see other things that you are drawn to today, give yourself a gift and stop to smell the roses.
Elisha Goldstein, PhD
“What is a friend? A single soul dwelling in two bodies.”
“What Is Love? I have met in the streets a very poor young man who was in love. His hat was old, his coat worn, the water passed through his shoes and the stars through his soul”
― Victor Hugo