Is time ever right?

Have you found that the timing in your life, is ever right?

Is the time ever right

If you get pregnant, you must wait 9 months generally before the baby is ready to be born.  The timing must be right.  You cannot bring it forward just because it suits you.

Some of us are impatient with our lives and we want things now.  Many of us have heard statements like:

  • “all in good time”
  • “everything is being divinely guided”
  • “everything is as should be”

All in good time or is it?

Sometimes we must wait

  • Wait to grow up.
  • Wait for others to grow up.
  • Wait for years to pass before people are ready to accept things.
  • Wait for the planets to line up and the stars to be in a certain orbit and the moon in a certain place, for things to fall into place.

Is the time ever right?

The time appears to be right in retrospect.  As we look back on our lives, we know that things happened as they should have.  We would not have been ready had those things happened earlier in our lives.

If time is right in retrospect, can we in this moment then see, the past, present and future all at the same time?

You can, if you trust.

If you trust that you are doing exactly what you are meant to be doing, right now, then the time is right.

Blindly trusting means the time is always right.

Trusting Tracy xx

Making life palatable

As a young girl growing up, my mother insisted on serving me peas for dinner.  She kindly only gave me about 20 at a time.  I would do everything I could to hide them under my knife and fork, so as not to eat them.  I’ve never found peas palatable.  Their texture and mouth feel have always, even to this day, made me gag.

There are many things in our lives that we resist or don’t want to swallow.   They can be thoughts, beliefs attitudes, advice, choices, even people and their behaviours.  Sometimes when we do take them in, they may us sick and we wished we hadn’t gone down that path.

As the shaman I choose to make all aspects of my life palatable.  Life will flow through me, over me and around me with joy.

So how do I do that?

Here is the tip, I make everything palatable by the “labels” I put on things.

Peas are labeled as a “food I don’t like”.   If I label peas as a “medicine shield paint”, peas become palatable and I embrace them in my life in a way that I can consume.  Here is how I used split green peas, black eye peas and red kidney beans in a “medicine shield paint” palatable way. I loved doing this and working with those “peas”.

On occasions I will right down the items that are creating resistance in my life and I re-label them into things that are palatable in my life.  There is always higher purpose or reason for the thing that is presenting in my life.   When I recognize that and re-label it, I let go of my resistance to it and life becomes palatable.

Taste your life in unique ways and enjoy.

Tracy