"If you knew everything was really all right, and that it always has a happy ending, then you would not feel trepidacious about your future. EVERYTHING is really so very all right! If you could believe and trust that, then, immediately everything would automatically and instantly become all right." -the Nonphysical entity Abraham, speaking through Esther Hicks
asher is challenging me to believe this more and more and more every day.
i often think of my role in his life as someone who's been on earth longer is to show him what i've learned about the world, about how to be safe, not fall down the stairs, how to watch the trees swaying in the wind, communicate with me about when he's hungry or wants me to read a book, how to DO so many things that take us through the day-to-day. and i certainly also make a focus of showing him my joys and my inspirations and love to share with him when he takes a special interest in some crumb he picks up and carries around. and i'm coming to realize that i feel SO much better when my focus is less on showing him the world and more on letting him show me myself. he shows me everyday where i get stuck, what my hang-ups are, where i can love myself more fully. when i get frustrated in my caring for him, there's always the opportunity for a breakthrough and release of some story that's holding me back from a fuller experience of joy. he's my shaman. and he came into my life to help me expand and grow and live in the light.