Troubled Little House
Years ago, my husband and I were looking to buy a house and our real estate agent took us to one that made a big impression.
The first thing we noticed was the previous owner's decision to lay concrete over the front lawn. Inside were similar decisions: walls erected to create more tiny rooms, the hallway some how contorted and reconfigured. Like the former lawn - every bit of the space had been wrestled with and controlled.
That house is what happens when we rely heavily on head thoughts only. The head says, "More rooms will be better!" or "This way no yard work!". But the heart balances. The heart is aware of the inherent integrity of the little house, of people, of situations. It sees, it knows, the intelligence in the original blueprint of every experience. Untethered from the heart, the brain runs a muck, creating more problems through its solutions. In collaboration with the heart, the head produces thoughts in service to the intelligence of the blueprint and expansion occurs.
Everything works best with love.
8/29/2012 03:14:41 pm
With love, all is possible...but knowing and treasuring love when we have it often escapes us.
8/31/2012 06:54:01 am
Hi Deborah ~
9/14/2012 05:31:27 am
Just lovely, Jen. And as always very helpful. And the picture - just perfection!
9/15/2012 03:56:54 am
Thanks, Judy! So glad it was helpful.
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