While trying to decide on Theme and Contents for a blog I just started: Aminimalistcaribbeanlife.com I came across this one blog, left untouched for 5 years...
A lot happened in this time frame; A new home location. 4 grandchildren. One teaching job for one year.
I was led to downsize and become a Minimalist; to explain what it is in a blog is a lot more complicated than I thought. How do you explain a process naturally occurring to you?
How do you state step by step so-called requirements to reach a simpler way of life?
One day I woke up with this realization: what I own owns me because I use material things as a placebo and a proof that I exist as a 'normal' person in a 'real' world.
I did try though, between 2010 and 2011 to buy absolutely nothing but food items. I occupied my time walking, swimming, reading free books on my Kindle. Spending hours on Amazon.com, reading previews of free books of every genre. Finding my niche eventually. When I say ho…
At the first stretch of my body, sharp pain in my right knee, shooting a wave of instant fear.
Ok. My work today will be simple: raise my vibrations and totally concentrate on something more pleasant. Apply what my late reading is inviting me to apply if i want to be in charge of my life experience.
Turning to books for directions:
"Seth Speaks" joins the Teachings of Abraham Hicks but in more difficult terms to understand. Some studying and re-reading will be needed on a regular basis if I really want to change.
Something is sure: i cannot dwell on thoughts of disease and expect to be well.
So let's move on: Two of my favorite readers said:
"Seth was one of my first metaphysical teachers. He remains a constant source of knowledge and inspiration in my life." Marianne Williamson. Author of : "A Return to Love".
and Deepak Chopra, M.D., author of: "Ageless Body, Timeless Mind" said:
"The Seth books present an …