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jcaura-redartToday, I told my daughter that she and her brother and their children should give me some Patience for Mother’s Day. Perhaps, they could put it in a box or a bottle so I can keep it around to sprinkle on my shoulders when I need it.  We laughed.  But it is not funny because all my life I have had difficulties with patience with situations and people. In email, I received this from http://www.visionalignmentproject.com

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The Vision Alignment Project

A Vision for Patience

We envision ourselves living in a world where the speediness of life has gone away; where the pushiness on the part of those who are in a hurry has vanished and been replaced by a calm, caring for their fellow travelers; and where we, the people, have learned to wait for the fruits of life to ripen, the wines of good character to age, the metals of impeccable will to be forged, the souls within us to rise, and the Earth to ascend in perfect, divine timing.

For it is with patience that all things mature, including Mother Earth Herself. And we, as having become responsible stewards for Her, find ourselves waiting in wondrous anticipation for Her to finish Her present cycle of growth so that we can take our next step, together, as One.

Of course, I align with this. But will it make me more patient with myself, others, and situations I am waiting to manifest?

Having completed my 6-year journey to my Doctorate in Business Administration Marketing, I have been submitting employment applications. An interview, last week, opened possibilities for me to earn a six-figure income. The waiting is painful, though. I love what the message above says about waiting “for the fruits of life to ripen, the wines of good character to age, the metals of impeccable will to be forged, the souls within us to rise, and the Earth to ascend in perfect, divine timing.”

Divine timing sounds simple.  Yet, my mind anxiously awaits a response from the interviewer.  I am eager to learn if I am the frontrunner in this job game.  Another opportunity that I applied for would take me two hours away from where I presently reside, which is only 15 minutes from my father who turns 98 on May 7.  If I am the chosen one for this position as Director of Marketing for a college, would I be willing to travel that far away from my elderly father?

Even more intriguing is an application that I put in this morning to work at a philanthropic organization in North Carolina.  Am I willing to relocate to make six-figures there?

The ultimate question is “Do I want a job?”  Since I have not had a formal job since 1996, because I own a for-profit corporation and operate a non-profit organization neither of which pays my bills, I am certain that six-figures will be very attractive at this stage of the game.  After all, isn’t that why I pursued a doctorate?

Meanwhile, I must admit that I had the patience to get a “B” in Statistics, a course that tested my patience to the nth degree.  I had the patience to accumulate data from 20 study participants, through interviews, transcription, and data analysis and reporting. So, I suppose I can say that I do have a small amount of patience.  But the waiting to hear from interviewers is still painful.

Consequently, I sit here blogging my pain and anxiety, trusting that the answer will arrive just when I need it and it will be positive and in divine order!

Dr. Diva JC

God in Me

Mighty God in me, I face your Eternal Sunrise and receive its Mighty Radiance and Activity visibly manifest in my experience. ~ St. Germain

It’s SUNDAY and these words are plastered all around  my home and I state them each morning when I rise.  The challenge is to believe that God is in me and that the bright light of the sun is giving me radiance and grants me the grace of heavenly activity that manifests in my life all that I AM.

It’s difficult to know that God abides in me. Especially, when everyone around me believes that God is somewhere else. For millennia, people have lived from the theory of separation from God and others, when, in reality, we are all atoms of the Mighty Universe. We can never be separate from it, even in death, when we return to dust. I’m working daily to comprehend my body being a Temple of the Living Spirit and, as such, I’m capable of accomplishing anything I put my mind, body, soul and will to. Self-doubt is one obstacle that I must overcome.

Awakening the Goddess is even more of a challenge, since women have forfeited their power for centuries so that men could experience power. However, the turn of the century signaled to the planet that its Divine Feminine is ready, willing and able to rise to the occasion. There are hundreds of links online for the Goddess Awakening. Many high-powered men are awakening to the Divine Feminine within them.  They are able to express emotions that would have been impossible up until the year 2000.

As men awaken to their femininity, women are urged to dive deep into their Divine Feminine and exert the power that is latent within them.  So many agencies are in place to prevent and abolish the abuse of women.  Heads of state and Fortune 500 companies are beginning to engage powerful women in their institutions. Women, themselves are demanding the best for themselves and commanding attention around the world.  The ultimate goal is to exchange war for peace.

As the messenger of God, I visualize a world where war is an afterthought and men no longer need to kill each other over anything – family, friends, religion, land, money, fear, distress, ego, conquering, precious metals, oil, power or any other thing. The Divine Feminine is balancing harmoniously with the Divine Masculine and the Goddess takes her place besides the God we all pray to in order to open the doors of love, peace, joy, happiness and abundance for all of the aspects of God/Goddess/All That Is. Simply put, we are all willing Peace on Earth, now.

We desire peace. We expect peace. We believe in peace.

Diva JC

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