November 16, 2010

I have an announcement, one that I am pleased as punch to share with you: I have something I want you to see; it’s something I’m selling, something that I made — Intention Cards. I think they’re pretty cool, and people who already have them have had lovely things to say about them — they are inspiring, they love using them, they use them every day, they are beautiful, they are useful, they really do work.

You can see my Intention Cards on my Web site, on the Intention Cards page. www.savvypsychic.com/IntentionCards

You can buy them there, too. They come with a little booklet that has some suggestions of ways to use the cards, and tells about how I make them. Please look at them and tell me what you think. Need I remind you that we are entering the holiday buying season? They’ll make very nice gifts.

I have a string around my finger that I’d like to tell you about. Actually it is a twist tie, which may be even better than a string, because it’s more irritating and captures my attention more often. Lately, I have been mulling over the idea of “surrendering to my potential.” I have a sense that I have more capacity than I am using. The irritating twist tie is to remind me to pause and ask if, at that moment, my behavior, or thought, or belief, or attitude furthers my ability to surrender to my potential or not.

I must say that I don’t really know what surrendering to my potential means, I don’t know what it might look like in my life. But I don’t need to know that. All I need to know is that I want to experience it — I want to experience surrender, and I want to experience my full potential. That’s my intent. The details are not my concern. As my friend Doris said, all I know is that it will be better than I ever could have imagined.

So for now, my spiritual practice is the twist tie around my finger, reminding me to continue to ask the question, about whatever it is that I’m in the midst of — does it enable my surrender, or does it inhibit it.

Oh my goodness, there’s a new Intention Card for me to draw: Surrender. I’ll get right on it.

You know, I will continue to create new cards, even after you buy your set. But don’t worry. When I come up with a new card, I’ll send it to you. So no matter when you buy your cards, you’ll always have a complete set.