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The Next Bridge to Cross

In order to cross bridges, they first have to be built. A wish practice builds bridges between what is in one’s life and what one wants in life. The structure of a bridge in our wish work consists of clarity in identifying what you want to draw into your life, gratitude for all that flows into your life, and a constant mindfulness of how you are connected to the Universe in every moment.

Clarity is all about forming your wish list. We’ve written about that in various blog posts. One of our favorites is here.

Gratitude is not just an attitude; it’s a practice! One of our best blog posts on gratitude can be found here.

Mindfulness is more than meditation! It is a bridge that connects us to the vibration of the Universe. You can find out more about it in this post.

Articulation is giving voice to your heart’s desires. We discuss how important it is to say your wishes out loud here.

Repetition means practice, practice, practice! The reason we call it a wish practice is because it is something that fits perfectly into everyday living and blossoms with daily attention. We wrote about repetition here.

So what’s the next bridge? Once a wish practice is firmly embedded in daily living, there may still be an area of life where what is wanted has yet to materialize. What do you do?

For us, we are embarking on a new journey of deep meditation to build a bridge to what is blocking the full realization of what we want to flow into our lives. This process will involve “unmemorizing” limiting beliefs, attitudes and thinking, and replacing them with new, open, life-forward thinking and feeling.

We will write more about our experiences on this new journey in future blog posts.

Next week, our post will be brought to you by the letter “s” for spiritual.

Until then,

Peace and All Good

Margie and Barbara

The Wish Mavens

Photo Credit

The photo featured in this post was taken by (and is copyrighted by) Barbara J. Dickinson.


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