Our home is undergoing some upgrades and this has been a long process. It started last October with the addition of a fireplace, then a fireplace move, then new kitchen countertops and backsplash, and now a cabinet over the fireplace. All during this process, I was offered the opportunity to remain in Spiritual alignment, or to get excited and upset. I chose to remain in Spiritual alignment in my mind and in my heart the majority of the time. When I started to get off center, I called family and friends.
Before the first worker entered my home, I started sending them Divine Light and Love, praying for their work, families, and whatever they needed. It is important to me to surround and fill them with all the spiritual assistance I can, as I know this assists Reggie and me also. I prayed that they would love Reggie and watch out for him during the construction phases, and they all did that and greeted him just as they did me when they came. I continue to pray for them as they are now friends of mine.
These projects were something that my deceased husband handled all the time during his working career, so I never paid any attention to what all was involved. Now I have vastly expanded awareness of the little and big nuances of projects of this nature. I would have to step back, gather my courage, talk with my sister and my son, and take the next step. I had to let people go, ask for what I wanted, say no, and make decisions on every small and large thing. It gave me confidence in myself, in spite of one rather large mistake. With encouragement from family and friends, I just let go of that mistake and moved on to the successful completion – almost – of these projects.
No matter what the project, I am called to stay in Spiritual alignment, stay positive, and be courageous. Reggie seems to know all of this as he just goes with the flow and stays by my side. Spiritual alignment is my “home.” It is what I am most happy about and grateful for, trusting that I was/am being guided and watched over makes this, and every, experience so much easier. It seems to me the same is true for all of us. Nancy and Reggie♥