Linda and Ray talked about how stopping the distractions and creating time alone are what has reconnected you to your Spirit Guides.
You have learned to value your time alone. It has become a priority in your life. It’s a critical first step in your journey forward.
In this video, the Spirit Guides talk about the possibilities available to you now that you know who you are and who we are.
Now that you have completed your journey back, in part two of My Guided Journey, you are prepared to take on part three, My Journal Writing. You have acquired the skills from watching the videos associated with each chapter in part two, by documenting your early life of feelings and decisions. Having restored your life while developing this skill to keep you on your path is what will carry you forward in part three, My Journal Writing. This greater awareness of yourself and skill will also keep you in the present moment and connected to “us,” your Guides.
In My Journal Writing, when you remain clear and honest with yourself, you will always receive the truth. The by-product of doing this journal writing consistently (15 minutes daily) is what will keep you on your path. Doubting yourself will become a faint memory.
Free from the struggle, you are now “present,” and connected. If you ever slip back into doubt, this journal will be the lifeline that gets you back on track, once again.
Chapter eighteen, part two of My Guided Journey. To align yourself with the right mindset watch the video above, “You Are Not Alone – taking the journey, with Linda and Ray.”
And this one, “You Are Not Alone.”
TIP: If this chapter is too challenging, start on a chapter that isn’t as challenging until you get the hang of this Guided Journal Writing System. After you finish the chapters that motivated you to start writing, go back to the previous chapters until you are finished with all eighteen chapters in part two of My Guided Journey. ~ Linda Deir
This is the meditation video created specifically for My Guided Journey … Guided Meditation – Sitting with your Guides, by Linda Deir