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Finding the Source

You know, I have written many, many blogs and they all point to one thing, and that is to find ways to keep yourself happy. You can’t depend on anyone or anything to be a continuous source of happiness. It’s up to each and every one of us to make our own happiness. I’m not saying that others can’t make you happy. I’m saying that it’s not their job to continually make you happy, or your job to continually make someone else happy. I’m saying that we are all on our own journey and we are not each other’s SOURCE. We all have our own Source, our own inner being, who has their own inner being and so on and so on. We have so much help from our Source that is ready and willing to be right here, right now, and we seem to forget that. But it’s time to remember and let them in to help guide us and have fun with us. To be there when we’re sad and to love us unconditionally. We are all spiritual beings having human experiences, and as Abraham-Hicks says, we’ll never get it wrong because we’ll never get it done. Life is an never-ending on going journey.

Okay, so you’re probably wondering how you can connect with your inner being. How do you know when you are connecting with it? You know because you’re happy. When you feel elated or joyful or satisfied in any way that is you connecting with you. The more you look for things that make you happy the more in sync you are with your inner being. When you are sad or mad or upset in any way you are blocking your connection, because your inner being never feels any negative emotions. But they will never put you down because you are having a bad day. They will always be there when you are ready to be happy again.

I know how simple this sounds, but it’s true. You just need to try it for a week or two and see how clear minded you get when you keep yourself happy. Your inner being will say “Oh you like that, here’s some more.” They love to see us happy and are more than willing to point us in the direction of our happiness. And what makes this even more fun and more real is giving your inner being a name. I call mine Rupert. I don’t know why except that Seth from the Jane Roberts books always called Jane Rupert and I liked the name. Seth was like Abraham-Hicks, he spoke from the spiritual realm through Jane Roberts and claimed he knew her in another time as Rupert. I guess I just liked the name very much or maybe it is Jane Roberts/Rupert as my inner being. Either way it’s all good and I talk to Rupert all the time. The first thing in the morning I say to Rupert, “Let’s wait a few minutes before we get up so we can bask together about happy thoughts.” Then I get out of bed and continue to do my morning stuff before I head to work. It seems like things move along seamlessly. When I get in my car to go to work I say to Rupert things like, “Let’s look for things that are really funny today, or show me signs of giant hearts, or let’s look for stars today”, and I always do find those things. Oh I know those things aren’t earth shattering things, But they are fun. And it reminds me that my inner being is always with me. One time I wanted to challenge Rupert, so I said let’s look for a brand new Rolls Royce. I know it’s rare to even see a Rolls Royce driving around, especially in my neighborhood, but I wanted it to be a real challenge. Later that day my niece was looking through a magazine and she said,”Wow look at this new Rolls Royce coming out.” I looked at the picture and started laughing. It showed every part of that car, inside and out. My niece asked why I was laughing and I told her about the challenge. She understood because she knows how I think. So you see, you always have someone to talk to, someone to play with, and someone who loves you, you can’t stop it. You are a blend of spiritual and human and Life is supposed to be good. You can accept it or reject it, it’s all up to you. You are the master of your fate and the master of your soul. I heard that somewhere and it made sense to me so I say it often. In fact, I posted it on my bathroom mirror to remind myself, especially when I feel a little low. Yes I get sad sometimes, or even mad but then I remember to remember what I am and who I am, and those ugly feelings come less and less and stay shorter and shorter lengths of time.

I guess I’ve rattled on long enough. Rupert and I are going to go out and have some fun now. I hope you all find your Rupert and do the same. Until next time…

All my Love,

Deb Mertan

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