Since the publication of my new book, I have had to refocus my efforts on writing for marketing, as well as writing that supports My Deeper Me and getting it noticed by others. This is the reality of being an author. So much of your time gets dedicated to getting the news out about your creations!
Which leads me to this. In the spirit of self-compassion, I know I only have so much brain power. Only so much time to create that which is important but also helpful to people. As a result, I've decided to end this blog for now. I've loved taking photographs and putting words to them. That will continue, but in other venues, I'm sure.
For now, I'm writing here. I've decided to post a small weekly journal called "What's New". (I guess that's blogging, just another form, isn't it?) I'm sharing, in just a few words, what I'm doing each week, thinking about, focusing on. What's in my heart. I'm keeping it simple and sweet.
I hope you will find some helpful resources there and kind words to support you on your journey. I've loved being in touch with you here. Our connection will continue. I've just changed spaces.
Read this week's entry here.
I believe in dreams.
I also believe in hard work.
I believe in doing the "good work of self" so that we are worthy of receiving the dream we desire.
I believe that when we align ourselves with the Universe's deepest desire for us in a co-creative way, pretty much anything is possible—in the human realm, that is.
Co-creativity, by the way, means you do your part and the Universe does its part.
My newest book, My Deepest Self, is one of those long-awaited dreams. For many years, I knew I would write a book like this. I just didn't know how or when, so patience was required.
I believe in " divine timing" and honoring that timing, even if we are chafing at the bit to HAVE IT NOW—or in our own way.
Somehow, mysteriously, the Universe knows when we are ready and, at just the right moment, the door to new terrain is opened. Within the blink of an eye, it seems we are there ... the place we had dreamed of.
Without this blog post sounding too self-promotional, I simply want to say to you, don't give up on your dreams. My last book was published in 2008. I had to wait seven years for the next one to come forth. I stopped and started. Many times. I failed—often. I even lost faith in myself for a period of time when a fairly famous literary agent who chose to represent me, suddenly dumped me saying, "Nobody wants to hear what you have to say."
(As you can imagine, that was a big blow to overcome.)
I encourage you to trust divine timing. Know that something you may want isn't here because everything you need to make it a reality may not yet be in place.
Trust your soul-self. Wait. Be patient. Continue to do your part. Root your intention. Work on your inner being. Evolve yourself so that your are fully awake and aware and can read sacred signals. Stay positive and hopeful.
You will know when the time is right for your dream to be made manifest because nothing will be able to stop you. The Universe will be behind your every effort because you are now full of love and goodness and generosity. And patience! (The Universe likes patient people ;-)
Dreams are realized when we have fully surrendered to the will of the One. When you are able to do this the world cracks wide open.
You can trust me on this one. ;-)
is a touchpoint. a resting place, a "remembering" of who we really are and how we can best live—kindly and compassionately with ourselves and others.
Janice Lynne Lundy, DMin
is an educator, interspiritual director/guide and retreat leader who has been pointing people back toward the Sacred for more than twenty years. She is the author of several spiritual growth books, including Your Truest Self, My Deepest Me and Portable Peace., and is the co-founder and co-director of the Spiritual Guidance Training Institute.