Friday, October 26, 2007

Declare your dreams and intentions, loudly and often

Don't you just love that title! I read Kerri Posson's blog today and at the end, this is what she wrote:

Declare your dreams and intentions, loudly and often -- believe in them as you say them -- like Debi did on the school bus all those years ago. You'll be amazed at how the universe steps up to meet you.

I am so inspired by those words...I have been saying things loudly and often but not following the path to get them done...and it just struck me today when I read that. I have been going in the wrong direction...kinda...or just off the beaten path...so now...I am going to start back on my right path! I just found the paved road after a detour on the dirt road. Hmmmm....Jen...remember the dirt road in Utah??? LOL Thanks Kerri for the brilliant words!

5 comments:

kerrip said...

Hi Cindy,
Your link to my blog made my day. I've been having a wretched weekend. I am allergic to mold and covered in horrible itchy hives from head to toe because the outdoors in upstate NY are covered in wet moldy leaves. Not fun, and I've bene wallowing in self pity until I saw that my words had helped you -- so now your words are helping me. It put my minor ailment back into perspective. This is temporary and shall pass!! My bracelet has gotten many positive comments, and I love it!!!

Catherine said...

Cindy, you will get whereEVER you want to go. In fact, maybe you are already there in a way. I think those breaks are good, and there is no use forcing it. When the time is right... the path will still be there. Detours are never really what you think they are anyway.

I was thinking you could pretend to clean out your studio! Ha! Sometimes just holding and moving stuff around gives you ideas.

Jen Gabaldon said...

Ummmm....since tomorrow is Halloween, does that mean those yucky mice will be off your header soon??!!!! LOL.....

Judy said...

You go girl!~~~

sue said...

Those really are words to live by. I first read them here a week ago, and here I am again, thinking about powerful that statement really is, and advice we all should follow. Thanks so much for sharing this!