Week 23 – Defense…less…ness

St Patty’s Day Hike

This week in the Master Key Experience course, we are reading a few new things on index cards including these two which I appreciate daily:

Law of Least Effort–Responsibility: Having accepted things as they are, I take responsibility for my situation and for all those events I see as problems. I know that taking responsibility means not blaming anyone or anything for my situation (including myself). I also know that every problem is an opportunity in disguise, and this alterness to opportunities allows me to take this monument and transform it into greater benefit.

Law of Least Effort–Defenselessness: Today my awareness remains established in defenselessness. I relinquish the need to defend my point of view. I feel no need to convince or persuade others to accept my point of view. I remain open to all points of view and am not rigidly attached to any one of them.

A glimmer through the trees

In the span of a few hours we found out that our broker was unable to find a bank to fund the loan for the house we’ve been in the escrow process to buy for 3 months. We also learned that we must be out of our rental because new tenants move in April 1. After all, we had given our notice and it’s a tight market and people are looking.

It’s all ok. For reasons we perhaps cannot see yet, things are as they should be and I take complete responsibility. Our agents are working hard to see what, if anything, can be done. If the banks won’t fund the house for us, they won’t for anyone. So there is still a chance…and it’s not off the table. Life is going on. We are counting our lucky stars that we were able to secure another rental in a matter of minutes. WHEW!!! By the skin of our teeth it happened and we are packing.

Gecko eggs on the trail. We moved them aside so they wouldn’t get crushed. #actsofkindness

All that has been going on…today…all I can do is LET GO…SURRENDER…and there is no place that I feel more nourished and HELD than in nature. Part of me wanted to sit at my desk all day and get distracted on the internet or busy myself with packing and cleaning, or possibly working…but I didn’t. I did the thing I needed to do, which was get fresh air, and enjoy a GORGEOUS GREEN St Patty’s Day Hike with my two loves, my daughter and husband.

I am so very grateful for all that is NOW and everything that IS. So incredibly blessed and grateful. The miracles are so abundant. I know things are unfolding in a miraculous way. Nature is always in PERFECT order.

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Debbie Daniels

“It is what it is” is what I say! You are handling this so well! Thanks for your post!

Brenda Buck

This is a Beautiful post, with Beautiful pictures! The gecko eggs warmed my heart…. 🙂 Troubles come along, and then they go, as they are all opportunities! How very awesome that you chose to go into nature for a walk, instead of staying inside. I need to do that lot more often. LOL.

    Sarah Dooley

    I can just hardly wait to meet you on Kauai Brenda. I love all of your support. Thank you.

Gloria Supplee

How refeshing and bold your beautiful message to all of us. Our connection and growth is the most important. You encourage me to bundle up in my rain gear and go to the beach regardless of the rain and know this is how it should be. Thank You. Love, Gloria

    Brenda Buck

    Indeed! A Beach Walk sounds Magnificent right now. 🙂

    Sarah Dooley

    How great Gloria. Did you do it? Go to the beach in the rain? “-)

John Gatto

Glad to hear hat everything turned out OK ..Nice Post

Ian Hannaford

Oh boy do I know that feeling! Here the owner nearly had a buyer for my place and the rental market here is terribly as many owners have decided to take a hit on the winter rental void and spank it in the summer season when they get a month’s rent weekly as holiday lets. I’m loving my cards and readings daily as well as listening as I do my daily walk.

    Sarah Dooley

    Thanks Ian. I’m glad these challenges are relate-able. It really helps to know I’m not alone. Thanks

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