How is your experiment going in terms of bringing more joy and intuition into your life? Hard? Easy? Forgot totally about it since the last message? Don’t worry if you’re in that last group – it really is easy to forget these little details, especially when these details seem insignificant or even downright silly. But I was reminded even just yesterday that as small or silly as it is, it is paying attention to those details that count in the end and could end up making the difference in an evening or day. What do I mean?
Let me ask you this – when you wake in the morning, do you set an intention for your day? What does that mean for you to do so? I typically do, at least on work days, and it usually includes something along the lines of ‘let my patients and students and I learn from each other, let me have safe passage wherever I go, and please let this be a good day for me and my own.’ Now, admitting what I’ve written, that seems all well and good but very general, right? What would it take to add some life to that daily intention? Something along the lines of ‘let this day be full of fun and give me plenty of opportunities to enjoy myself.’
That’s what today’s crystals and the lemon essential oil are invoking for you and I these next few days. Life is meant to be lived to the fullest potential possible, enjoyed and experienced. What good do you add to those around you by just going through the normal work routine with nothing to look forward to except for the end of the day when you’re back at home (and if that?)? Orange Aqua Aura and Lemon both ask you to find whatever it is that brings zest to your life. Stillbite tones all that enthusiasm just a smidge and simply asks you to take care of yourself by having fun. And lastly, Dumortierite tells you to (emotionally) go with the flow, whatever life brings.
No, the crystals are not saying that life is all meant to be fun and games, but the point of life is to live it to the fullest you can. And why not enjoy as much of it as possible in the meantime? Seek it out. It sure beats zoning out to the mundane at least, right?