Dearest eNews readers,
For the first time in three years I once again gave a workshop on Morya and I’d like to share the essence of it with you.
To begin with the participants were asked: what are you busy with in your life at this moment? Not externally, but internally, within yourself, what is it you are struggling with, what is it that you are trying to learn? Meditate on these questions for a few minutes. Master Morya will help you to clarify things.
In the workshop, Master Morya suggested three kinds of ‘homework’. Three things to try out in your own life:
1: Start the day by making contact with the world of the Divine
In the morning, when you wake up in bed, think about the day ahead and what you will be doing.
Then ask that the Divine would lead you through your intuition to do what is good and what is right. Ask that God would show you how life can be, and ask that you may live in God’s world today.
Then ask the Divine to lead you through your intuition to do what is good and what is right. Ask God to show you how life can be and ask that you may live in God’s world today.
When you get out of bed, step into the world of the Divine.
(If you think you might forget, lay a sheet of paper on the floor next to your bed, so that when you step on it the next morning you’ll remember.)
2: Listen to yourself and be more detached from what others supposedly want
At several moments during the day, think: What do I want? Where am I heading? What is still inside of me, ready and waiting to come forth? What is important to me? What does my heart say?
Stay in the now: what is important to me NOW?
3: Make room within for confidence
Make space within you for confidence – confidence in yourself and confidence in the Divine. With confidence you’ll be calmer, more open for what is present and more open for intuition.
If you lack confidence, you can kindle confidence in yourself by thinking of confidence.
If you try to do these three things at different moments during the day, then, after just even a few days, you will already see how all three combine to make an exciting package of new possibilities.
For the full moon, I collected a few quotes from Master Morya’s books to illustrate the three assignments. eRegards from Marie