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Be Careful What You Wish For - February 2019

By Kerry Palframan, RN

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For over 20 years I’ve been playing with setting my intent for what I’d like to manifest in my life. The old adage “be careful what you ask for” continues to apply. Like many of you, I’ve learned my lessons the hard way or by trial and error.

The first time I heard the concept of writing down your desires in order to make them manifest, I wrote out over 100 requests. Asking the Universe for something is akin to throwing a tennis ball out into the cosmos and your request is immediately heard and the response is like having a tennis ball fly right back at you. The proverbial tennis ball is the opportunity presenting itself to see if you truly desire your request.

Sending out 100 requests was like getting pummelled by a 100 tennis balls all at once. Ouch! Overwhelming and a silly thing to do, but hey, I was just learning. And although I try and keep my requests down to one at a time, I still get out-of-hand sometimes and get overwhelmed with opportunities to prove I really do desire the stated outcomes.

For example, one of my requests was to learn about boundaries and how to say no. Well didn’t I get barraged with opportunities from people asking things of me, getting in my face and my space and generally overwhelming me with wanting something from me? Of course it was simply an opportunity to practice my boundaries. Not so simple to implement at the time as I had a hard time saying no – but I did learn from it. 

Another time when I was moving, at the top of my list was “water”. I was living on a lake and needed to have water in, around or near my new home. Indeed I did move and into a second floor apartment that was right over a car wash. I got misted by water every day. It’s a real funny God in this Universe.

I continue to learn just how clear one must be when setting intent. The most recent example was my intent to move to a warmer drier climate. Two weeks later my doctor gave me the results of my knee MRI and said “Kerry, your knees are ruined; you need to move to warmer, drier climate”. I laughed out loud and knew that this was just part of my opportunity. I was not clear enough. As soon as I change my request and wrote out “hot, sunny, dry, climate”, an opportunity to spend the winter in Arizona presented itself.

The point is, be mindful of what you ask for and how you ask for it. Being clear and specific is best and be sure to write only the things you desire, not the things you do not desire. For example, if you are setting your intent to attract a partner into you life, you do not want to make a list of traits he/she does not have, but rather a list of traits they do have.

Ask and you shall receive – and you can bet it probably won’t look exactly as you thought. But if you can see the opportunities arise, acknowledge them, laugh at your own folly and be grateful, then all will be in Divine Order. 

 




Kerry  Palframan, RNKerry 's Bio: Kerry Palframan, a registered nurse by profession, began delving into the world of the unseen to help her overcome life threatening illnesses. Kerry describes herself as an Indigo Dreamer – an intuitive (Indigo) guide to the spirit world (Dreamer) who helps individuals find and hold a vision of their potential to fulfill their soul’s journey. She assists her clients and readers in creating peace within themselves, their family, and their community, and on the planet. She gently and expertly leads others toward personal enlightenment, clarity, direction, insight, validation and vision. A gifted teacher, visionary, healer, spiritual medium and intuitive life coach, she now offers the wisdom of the esoteric and sacred ancient teachings in a powerful series of workshops, texts, book and a guided meditation CD. She brings forth information from Spirit as a service to all and offers Intuitive readings online, in-person, Internet or by phone. Read more about Kerry’s incredible story, free oracle advice, articles, workshop schedule and more online at her website or contact her by email or 250-494-8955. - Kerry Palframan - Kerry Palframan, RN Website - Email


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