The 100 Day Reality Challenge

Well Friends, it's Monday morning again - and I don't love Mondays, but I did want to blog about my weekend.

Friday went by OK. I woke up to get a psychic reading I ordered that didn't tell me what I wanted to hear about my future, as it relates to marriage and timing, so I was pretty dissappointed. Also, I've let myself go recently and I wanted to spend the weekend grooming myself and getting in control again. So I left work on Friday afternoon (early) and had my hair cut and colored at a great salon I haven't been to before. After that I did some work and met a work friend for drinks and dinner in my area. She then came back to my place and we watched a couple of movies over some wine. It was nice and relaxing and I really enjoyed it.

On Saturday, it was a beautiful day and I wanted to spend it with R - I just really missed him and I was feeling really depressed. I woke up and tried to phone him but he didn't pick up - then I went to get salon services done (more grooming). When we finally did connect, we decided to play golf in the afternoon and then we went for a bite to eat. It was pretty fun and we had a great time. Then in the evening he said something to hurt my feelings (something about the past) but he actually realized and called back to apologize and acknowledged a fault he has of not being able to let go that I've made him aware of. This is a major breakthrough for him as he never acknowledges his own fault about anything. I spent the evening watching TV and had a pretty early night.

On Sunday morning, I noticed he had sent me a couple of emails about stuff I was interested in over the evening, so it helped me verify he is trying too. I did a bit of cleaning as my Dad was coming for a couple of days to visit and had a 2 hour massage scheduled. I have to say, it was the best massage EVER (I am still in pain from it). After that I made a run to the grocery store and then my Dad arrived. We went to dinner for sushi and then relaxed in front of the TV at home for the rest of the evening. I did talk to R briefly in the early afternoon and he offered to drop his new computer by for me to play with since I'd been wanting to try it out. However, I knew I'd be short on time so I told him maybe I can see it next weekend, to which he replied he won't know if he will have it then since he sometimes leaves it at work. Oh well...

So my weekend had its ups and downs, but overall, I feel OK.

However it's Monday and I want to start off my week right and express gratitude for the things in my life that I'm so fortunate to have:

I'm really grateful for my sister, who has called me relentlessly since last week when I opened up and told her how low I feel. My Dad for visiting me and caring so much about me. My Mom for loving me unconditionally and sending me home cooked food. My Brother-in-law who is so kind and generous to me and my family. My gorgeous and perfect niece and nephew who provide so much laughter and joy in my life and are the essence of true love. R, for trying despite how difficult things have gotten for us. My employer for giving me rewards and recognition and a steady income for the last many years, Old friends who have stuck with me through thick and thin and who are always there when I need a shoulder to cry on and who encourage me in my quest for true happiness. New friends who are open and accepting of me and make room for me and welcome me in their lives. The abundance of money, freedom and passion which I receive, which I sometimes am too blind to see and too ignorant to accept. Food, drink and shelter which I often take for granted but is much more than too many people in this world take for granted.

I have so much going for me in this life. I am so fortunate. And I am so incredibly grateful for it.

pj

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Comment by Ingebirds on May 18, 2010 at 11:26am
I am glad my suggestion helped. Someone else told me the samething not to long ago and I am glad I was able to pass on the suggestion to you. The power is within you. xo Inge
Comment by PJ on May 18, 2010 at 1:28am
Thank-you Jasmine and Ingebirds.

Ingenbirds, you are so correct. I never got psychic readings before for that reason but I got a free one from this one psychic last month and it was so accurate that I paid for the next one as I really needed some hope and I thought it would make me feel better to hear that I have something to look forward to in the near future when I've felt so helpless. However, I think you are right in that if you expect what someone tells you will happen you stop exercising your own free will and manifesting, so I'm very grateful that you pointed that out and have given me another approach to consider and encouraged me to practice the LOA actively to manifests my own destiny. THANK YOU!!!
Comment by Ingebirds on May 17, 2010 at 9:48pm
A 2 hour massage! What a wonderful gift to yourself. If I may, I want to make a suggestion. In regards to your psychic reading. I used to get them and I followed my tarot cards. Now I think they get in my way because I want to manifest my experiences and not know ahead of time something that will change the way I feel about something. You mentioned that you felt disappointed about the reading... If you did not have one and instead focused on your intentions and what you think about in order to manifest what you want I think you would not feel this way. In other words, you already think you know the outcome but you if you asked for what you want without consulting with a psychic, then the out come might be different because your disappointment will not block what you want. Does that make sense? Example: if my cards said I will have financial issues then I will focus my thoughts on that instead of thinking I am always taken care of by the Universe and always have abundance. Otherwise, your weekend rocked! Hope it did not sound like a lecture. x

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