Faithful Forty: Day Four

Behind

… the lid
Wisdom hid
Thoughts contract
Hints of a trap
Here nor there
Doubts explode
Like a flare

Soul grows
Only God knows
God knows
Flint afire
The body tires
Spirit rises
Seemingly from ashes

@ovehlu

Faithful Forty: day Three

Give a little…

There’s no doubt about it; COVID-19 has upended our lives – globally. But also, in so many other ways: personally, emotionally, financially, mentally, and everywhere in between. The way we communicate with others, is one of the biggest and most challenging times for me.

They say, ‘choose your battles wisely’. In the last few days, I’ve had to do just that. The issue lies with what the consumer needs, vs. what they can actually get. I would like to express great gratitude to front-line workers’, who put their lives on the line daily. They do so with open hearts, and open minds; morphing into super flexible beings.

But what of those who don’t? Morph into super-caring flexible, want-to-help beings? Unfortunately, my battle has been ongoing for a few days this week with such individuals. In the end, it’s not about winning. It’s about proving a point: if a person has grown bored, tired, nonchalant, or otherwise apathetic, it affects how a person performs their roles in the workplace.

The lesson I’ve learned today most especially, is that a problem is solvable. Period. Working together to make things happen has never been so important these days. So, I’ll keep on keeping on.

Stay well, safe, and healthy folks!

Many blessings,

Sandi

faithful forty: day two

Divine love and light

It’s that simple

running into time

stretching

and bouncing back

and feeling fine

giving, loving, accepting, forgiving

but the lines are ragged on my face; tired

waking up, and going to sleep wired

from trying – is it that simple?

No, yes, maybe

sacrifice doesn’t include free

compassionate, kind, blissfully green

it’s that simple

Many Blessings,

Sandi

Faithful forty – Day one

Today, as I tried to wake up to a new day, I had to try extra hard to reel my negative thoughts back. For some reason, they showed up like an invited guest – the problem is, I didn’t invite them. As I dragged them back, I realized that it didn’t need to be that hard. Or was it?

Thoughts are like dark matter. I know they exists because they swirl around in my head. The light is what shows that black is there. The power of thought is very tricky. Mine wreaked havoc for a bit, and then they went somewhere else. The truth is, or so I tell myself, if stars shine bright in the universe, then they are like positive thoughts. The ones that drive me to see the brighter side. The ones that remind me it’s difficult to be human, but it’s not all that I am; human.

There’s this whole universe of beauty, miracles, and immense divine everything that permeates our reality. Today, I thank God for one more day of breathing, thinking, and being. Being in every moment as each negative thought explodes into the dark recesses of my being, only to be lit up again by my many stars.

Thanks for visiting folks. I look forward to my next 39 days of faithful observance during lent, 2021.

Many blessings,

Sandi

Mist

Medanales, NM

The veil of illusion

Swirls around me

The ground solid,

The air thick with

Mystery

My mind reaches out

My body gives out

I swirl with the mist

And find myself amiss

Who am I?

©Sandi Martinez

Made with love

Sandi’s Sacred Spritz

Hi folks!

It’s New Year’s eve Eve… and I’m so happy to share the 3D version of my 5D spritzer! I created this through divine guidance and love. Made with love.

This is a 2.7oz bottle with Lavender oil, sea salt, holy water, and purified water.

Want more info on this amazing purifying, relaxing, lavender-scented spray? Click here for more info!

Many, many blessings to you all as we enter a new year. 2021 Keep on keeping on!!

Sandi

Up or down

Gerd Altmann

up or down,

I’ve been around

chasing clouds

riding rainbows

face to face

with all the lows

reaching high for the highs

Up or down, I’m up again

who knows when I dive

but that’s not the point is it

the point is to celebrate life

and find it

direction

with intention

©Sandi

Yes, you can

One time, a few years back, I tried to cut a chain that was locked on my parent’s gate. The key to the lock couldn’t be found. The links were thick, and the chain cutter I tried to use, was difficult and awkward to maneuver. I thought maybe I wasn’t putting my back into it enough.

So, was it the human element in breaking the chain gone amiss, or was it the wrong tool? Maybe I should’ve tried helping my parent’s find the key with more effort, or maybe the gates shouldn’t have been locked that day?

Chains for me have always felt like an element of entrapment. I wanted to remind myself, and hopefully you, as the reader, that chains come in many different forms: Fear, scarcity, disillusioned obligations, lies, manipulation, and – fill in the blanks.

As the year 2020 wraps up, I see now how I have inadvertently broken many chains. I call this blessings in disguise. I plan to use these opportunities for growth, personal evolution, personal revolution, and creative new beginnings. What about you?

Many blessings,

Sandi

Enter

As 2020 wraps up, and the slush of the maddening phases we’re overcoming, including government, Covid-19 pandemic, and our very own issues of survival come to a head, the door is about to open. I welcome it. All of it. Because that door will contain challenges, un-foreseen consequences of what we have done, or not done collectively.

Personally? Well, my door has been closed. Healing has been on the menu. Healing on physical levels, emotional, and mental. As I get ready to open the door, I invite those whom have done the same, to enter: like-minded, supportive, non-judgmental, and spiritually attuned, welcome!

Still working on it? I take my hat off to you, and hope you will continue. Don’t give up. Keep up the good work, and know you’re on the right track. Peace within, starts with you. Peace without, starts with those you know who are willing to grow with you.

Sending out blessings to all, and I’ll catch you next time…

Many blessings,

Sandi

 

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