There are some concepts about God – the Universe – the Divine (whatever name is most comfortable to you) that are beyond us. And we often use symbols to remind us of what we have learned or in the process of learning. We need to hold on to something, an item, to shift our thinking from time to time. One day we will need nothing. But for me, that time has yet to arrive.
During the Beyond Manifestation week-end, Joe Vitale was relating just one of the tools Dr. Len had suggested he use to clean and clear on his books he was writing. I will tell you about one of those clearing tools now. If you want to know about some of the others, either buy his book, Zero Limits or get the recording from that week-end.
The tool – a simple pencil with an eraser. We were told that we could place that eraser on anything and say the words, thank you, I am sorry, please forgive me and I love you. Joe went on to tell a profound story about how this clearing help him get one of his books to a best seller status.
Suzanne Burns, my dear friend and Joe’s executive assistant was there at the retreat. As she tells her story, this simple tool became an important element in her personal process of cleaning and clearing. Suzanne loves pretty things. And she has had the opportunity to create the eraser in a beautiful, artistic form. In fact, she has created many symbols that can be constant reminders of what we are called to be.Inspiration has created for us via her Intentional Treasures works of art that remind us of who we are and our role to be constantly cleaning and clearing, not only for ourselves but for others
C.heck out www.intentionaltreasures.com on the site is a longer version of her inspiration to create these products. I am in awe of what she has accomplished. And it leads me to question myself – where will Divine inspiration take me?