A Sudden Need for Motion
Copyrighted by Lorna Tedder. Originally published in Third Degree of Truth.
My spiritual guides have been incredibly active for the past few weeks. Â Itâ€™s been epiphany after epiphany, as if some great Â veilÂ is being Â lifted. Â Iâ€™m settling Â into a new mindset and staying aware of all these intensities going on around me.
Which isnâ€™t easy. Any upsets that clobber Â me emotionally tend to cast a blanket Â over the empathy Â and I canâ€™t feel it through the toxicity of other peopleâ€™sÂ issues thrown at me. But Iâ€™m tearing those issues away from me, like cobwebs away from my face when I walk through the woods at night.
Over the past day, Iâ€™ve had an incredible urge to do something Â Iâ€™d Â said I wouldnâ€™t Â do. Â To Â write Â something personal (not here) that Iâ€™d said I wouldnâ€™t touch. I had good reason when I declared that before, but itâ€™s changed now. The reasons for writing it, the results, itâ€™s all different now.
Because my mindset is different.
My intuition is screaming to do this now, that it must be now, and if I do it now, there will be results by Fri- dayâ€™s eclipse, whether I know them or not by that time. If I wait until next week or next month or later in the year, what I must write will not reach its intended audience.
The Wheel of Fortune turns, and the time is now to act or, Â because Â of something happening after this week, this opportunity will be lost.
My guides whisper in my ear. They tell me that if the results Â are Â something Â I Â want, Â I Â must Â make Â an Â active choice, that I must call in what I want and make it hap- pen. Â I Â cannot Â let Â indecision Â decide. Â I Â cannot Â wait Â for someone else to act. If this is to happen, I must call it in…now. I must take the steps to make it happen. Here, now.
Itâ€™s my choice. And Iâ€™m choosing Â to write furiously and get it into the mail tomorrow.