This morning before breakfast, I picked up Deepak Chopra’s, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success and opened it to a random page.
I would like to share with you the message I was given on the page I chose.
Applying the Law of Intention and Desire
I will put the Law of Intention and Desire into effect by making a commitment to take the following steps:
1) I will make a list of all my desires. I will carry this list with me wherever I go. I will look at this list before I go into my silence and meditation. I will look at it before I go to sleep at night. I will look at it when I wake up in the morning.
2) I will release this list of my desires and surrender it to the womb of creation, trusting that when things don’t seem to go my way, there is a reason, and that the cosmic plan has designs for me much grander than even those that I have conceived.
3) I will remind myself to practice present-moment awareness in all my actions. I will refuse to allow obstacles to consume and dissipate the quality of my attention in the present moment. I will accept the present as it is, and manifest the future through my deepest, most cherished intentions and desires.
by Deepak Chopra
My intention with Bring Birth Home is to supply women interested in home birth with the information and support they are looking for while traveling the journey of informed birth.
While birthing at home is a prominent passion in my life, there are many others – some of which I have written about here on this blog, and some I have not (yet).
In order to fulfill and bring light to those other passions, Bring Birth Home is in the process of transitioning into something more expansive.
This includes broadening the subjects discussed at the blog and at BBH on Facebook and Twitter.
Several home birthing and attachment parenting mothers have shown an interest in becoming guest bloggers at Bring Birth Home.
They will be writing to you, sharing their experiences as they have learned how to become gentle parents and their tales of nursing, bed-sharing and elimination communication.
Others will describe their journey to home birth and the pleasant surprises and challenges they encountered along the way.
You’ll hear from women who gave birth at home after previous cesarean sections, women who were born at home and gave birth to their children at home, as well as mothers who transferred to the hospital after planning to birth at home.
As I take the journey to uncover and actualize the many passions in my life, I hope to capture that growth by blogging at Bring Birth Home as well.
So don’t worry, I’m not going away! Just learning new things about other things (I’ll keep you up to date on my adventures).
In the meantime, there are guest posts waiting to be cued. Watch out for them this coming week and until then, have a great Labor Day weekend!
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