The Third Tree

We mistake activity with achievement. We listen, we talk, about a new path. A path that is of the highest order, but blurry because of the unknowns associated with it. A path that requires only one thing; the confidence to try it. To put one foot down and actually take a step on the trail. That ‘step’ never comes.

There are so many ‘potential’ steps that have been formed, but never attempted. Many have pondered something ‘loftier’ and claimed that one of these days I will step up and give it a try. But the step is never taken.

To try, to take a step, puts nothing in jeopardy. A person can try it and forget it. But even the idea of changing how we think, for even a moment or two, is too disturbing to make venturing possible.

The pathway remains desolate, as the hero in your soul is gasping for breath in utter frustration for something, the one thing, that is a few steps down the path.

The time you feel lonely is the time you most need to be by yourself.

The words you read here will never make that trail a reality. Nor will the words in any book or the urgings of a friend. If it comes at all, there will be a subtle nudge, that is all. But this special nudge doesn’t know the word ‘quit’. It nudges, then again, then even more subtly it nudges again. Imperceptible messages of joy seem to materialize from nowhere. You’re allowed a glimpse down a new perspective. A common word might take on a totally new meaning for you. There’ll come a sense of something different and unique just out of your grasp.

You feel and know that if YOU try to help the process – all will be lost.

The Divine Mind doesn’t make mistakes. It’s not a compelling power, but an expanding and illuminating one.

Just past the third little tree on your left.

Everything is Perfect

‘In my world, nothing ever goes wrong.’ The first time I heard those words I was watching Wayne Dyer and I think he quoted them.

We still have the freedom (at least I hope so) of putting into our minds whatever we want. Back when, I remember instilling in my mind that quote and words like; ‘the Infinite, Magic, out beyond the idea of right doing and wrong doing,’ and many others.

I have mentioned Dyer’s quote many times to others. It is never taken with any credibility. Usually with just a subtle shirk and silence, it remains as worthless to others because of its outlandish positivism. Perhaps to you, also.

But if you instill it into your heart and let it grow, the outcomes are Magic! You realize that you are the one that puts the definitions to each word. You establish your world and you determine exactly what ‘wrong’ means, to you, personally. (It means so much more when something is YOUR creation and not just the acceptance of some majority’s opinion.)

Armed with that information you can go forward in life and know what you will accept and what you won’t, as you go. You set the bounds by which you live, not some random event that happens to you.

In some mysterious way, just by holding on to that quote, negative occurrences are side-stepped as if they aren’t allowed into your life.

Again . . . we become what we think about. Choose the highest message you can find and give your allegiance to that – even if you can not comprehend how it could ever fit into your life now.

Life can be as beautiful, and simple, and continuously perfect as the photograph above shows.

All we need is the belief in a foundation that will support it.


Perhaps your attendance here is exactly what you need and what you love. Great! Carry on! Enjoy every moment!

But, maybe, it feels like you are disappearing, or disassociating. You are there but your heart is on its real mission somewhere in the clouds.

Tradition causes many seats to be filled. Habit causes its continuity.

It is YOU sitting there, in YOUR time. It is YOU that is responsible for how you use YOUR time. YOU make the call as to what is best, for YOU.

Until you have learnt to think for yourself, you have to abide by the results of your traditions.

A Little Dab’l Do Ya

For sake of illustration let’s say that; yellow is our mind, blue is an intentional pause in our thinking and green is the Infinite.

As a technique for summoning the Infinite this might come in handy. Instead of just living solely in the ‘yellow’ (your mind) and relying only on its abilities, whenever a decision needs to be made . . . insert a little pause. During those few seconds, the door to the Infinite may open a tad and permit you to realize the latent powers that reside there.

Just the recognition of that concept can bring amazing results. In those few seconds of ‘blue’ – a memory may be recalled or some unique experience that was similar to the situation in which you are engaged will appear.

In those few seconds your mind is opened, challenged and reminded, that there may be answers available that lie outside the realm of your mind. A few second pause is all it takes to alert your senses to other possibilities.

The more this technique is tried, the better it performs. The door is already open, the idea of ascension is already impregnated in the pause, your senses already know what is expected of them.

As if by Magic ‘green’ is produced . . . and it becomes your best friend.

What You Seek Is What You Find

Something happens. At that moment you’re going to react. You are going to choose one feeling from the entire spectrum of feelings.

Why not choose one that is from the highest realm of that rainbow? One that shares not only the aura of greatness, but also incorporates personal growth and positivism.

No matter what the cause, we can respond with the desire to make the situation better, if not the best it could ever be.

It all comes down to selecting, and then seeking, answers that are above the norm. Answers that just blow you away because of their depth and ingenuity.

Answers that bring peace and freedom to everyone involved.