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Feathers and buttons and beauty, oh my!
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 Posted: Fri Jul 23rd, 2010 10:40 pm
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Since I started writing in my BOPA every day (inspired by christineepiphany's thread http://www.theabeforum.com/view_topic.php?id=18307&forum_id=2&jump_to=254987#p254987) I have truly been more and more inspired and have been finding new ideas how to get in the Vortex, new ways of appreciating, new ways of reminding myself how blessed I am. So I thought I'd share and maybe you guys have similar ideas to share.

For instance, lately I have been finding a lot of feathers in the weirdest places. I hadn't really put any thought into it but I had noticed it and felt compelled to gather the feathers. Then all of a sudden I remembered Esther's blue feather and it made me think of the feathers as a reminder of the fact that I can manifest anything I truly desire - even if it seems odd or far-fetched. So I have decided to collect the feathers, dye them blue and make a feather and button mobile (the buttons are included because 1. the whole buttons and castles thing and 2. I like buttons)

Also, I want to make a button jar - everytime I manifest something wonderful I have been asking for I will put a button in the jar to remind myself of all the beauty I am attracting and receiving. Then everytime I find myself focusing on lack I can look at my jar and be reminded of all that I have received and everything that it still on its' way.

Do you guys have similar ideas, little things like that, that you do to remind yourself of the beautiful LOA?


Last edited on Fri Jul 23rd, 2010 10:43 pm by GaiaMaria

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