Surviving or Not the Holidays. Day 3

November 28, 2017

Today is a ‘not’ day. The road I’m traveling, endless possibilities, revealed a new path today while doing a Facebook podcast. On live, I experienced a meltdown and realized how expectations could turn you around and put you on another road.

It’s easy to expect others to do something so that I can stay in the shadows. When those expectations start to fall apart, you can’t deny a message is waving you down. In my case after three tries, in one week, it caught my attention.  I need to step out and create for myself what I seek, without strings attached.

Holidays come sewn in with unrealistic expectations, yet they offer a shadow of magical hope. What if? Wouldn’t it be nice? Our heart skips a beat with the promise of a ‘perfect’ holiday. Our meal, presents, family gatherings, friend gatherings will go as we planned, This concept lights up the inner child within us with hope. Though not raised Christian, I often relate this to the Santa Clause Affect. The magic of maybes.

Thanksgiving is my magical time more than the December Holidays.  It’s a time of gratitude for all we have. It is to spread love to all who wish to join. It’s not a religious holiday, just a day of appreciation. Since my husband’s death rarely has Thanksgiving met our open door policy. This policy was something I believed in before meeting him.

The sadness of being excluded finally worked its magic and woke me up to one fact. I can still create this. Clearly, through the tears I’ve shed over these past five days, it is an important holiday for me. I could carry on my tradition since the passion is there. It is within that flame that all things are possible. I have vowed next year I will have a place where people can come and enjoy the holidays, if they wish, with me. I will carry on my tradition.

My description for myself, being alone, has acted as a block. The first step to take is to erase that thought from both my conscious and subconscious mind when it pops up as a deterrent.

What is your constant limiting thought? Does it have to deal with relatives, ex, financial, or any other area that is a recurring thought? Erasing a thought takes time, but one day, you will have to think what was it you deleted?  At one time, I consistently stated, “Poor Jasmine”, which is equivalent to keeping abundance out of my life. A consistent statement wrapped in emotions must come true. Words create what we express through them.

That sentence now is vacantHo’oponopono Excerise in Breaking Down Blocks in my mind. How did I do it?

This Ho’oponopono exercise does the trick.

Today, I do weep. These are tears of joy and surrender. It is I who must create my vision, not another. I can share with those who wish, for strings attached is never the way.


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Jasmine Renee

Author: hippieghostband

Jasmine Renee Abbott is a paranormal romance writer, whose twist is, she threads her own experiences throughout the book. Rich in beyond the veil experiences throughout her life, she has a lot of material to share with us. Jasmine Renee Abbott is also the Medium for the spirit group called Hippie Ghost Band, who she occasionally channels through Facebook live videos. Jasmine Renee Abbott is the author of these publications, which can be found on Amazon.

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