Old spiritual traditions blend personal reprogramming techniques with ceremonial practice. That kind, good and true Magic that really exists. We are creating it. Probably you have already heard about all kinds of methods we can use to land our dreams into reality. The oriental ones work well on our European subconscious ground.
Working with a group a few nights ago we used the red note method. The idea is to write your intention on such a note and then go through a sequence of building the energy, focusing it and then detaching from the object of your intention. The purpose of this post is not to go through the technique, but to have a look at the intention.
I had my red note, too. I kept turning and tossing, thinking about what I could write on it. And, going throught he list that might fuel the soul or the immediate reality, I could not write anything on the note.
I realized that the perfect, absolutely perfect red note is the one bearing no text. Of course I have a final, general, great personal objective. It was too big for the note. And the little, intermediary ones seemed like not worth qualifying for the red note. So… What was that great thing to be written on the red note?
Probably the subtitle of my empty red note is that I accept with trust and receive with joy all presents coming from Life, Universe,m God, because I know that each time I undo the ribbon and unwrap the box, I will know what to do with that gift. Be it a moment of pain or one of ecstasy, each of them is good for something. We never get spare parts: the talent is to integrate these pieces into the enormous gear called I and that is our scope of work, tirelessly, from the second we had the first inbreath and got ready for our first scream.
It would be great if we were able to thank for all these gifts, bitter or sweet.
I adore my little red note.