Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Overflowing Love Playshop

The Source of Love is within us, infinite and unending love. We shall expand our inner “cups” that hold love through discussion, play, laughter, and self-exploration. We are our  understanding of God in action, powerful living examples, and we “play well with others” when we first enjoy, nurture, and expand the one-of-a-kind gift each of us is. As we open our hearts to Spirit’s overflowing love, we fill our cups and joyfully offer the bountiful overflow to the world. Come and play!

Sunday, March 13, 1:00—4:00 pm
Unity Church, 2160 N. Oliver Avenue, Wichita, Kansas 316-682-7511
Presented by Leta Miller
Love Offering

RSVP or questions to Leta: 316-722-9617 or

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Charmed traveler

A favorite affirmation is "I lead a charmed life, especially when traveling."  You don't need to look far in a airport to see a stressed, weary, cranky traveler. My intentions and attitude regarding travel are so good that it is extremely rare for me to have a challenging experience. So I prefer to use my "travel bonus points" by being a blessing--polite to all the workers I encounter, blessing those weary and frustrated travelers, grateful to all those who make my experiences so great.  What about you--do you add to the joy or the stress?  Your call.

Sunday, February 13, 2011


I refer to myself as a former card-carrying control freak.  My control tendencies are most evident in my schedule.  I figure out how I want things to go and then go full speed ahead.  Diversions are rarely appreciated!
Enter Spirit and Its bigger plans for me... along with the reminder that changes are a GOOD thing, and I can just go with the flow and be considerably happier.  I also humbly remind myself that few others really care about my schedule--I am the one making myself stressed about following it!  Relax!  There's a greater divine order at play here than we can see.  Trust, trust, trust!
Life is good!

Saturday, February 12, 2011

One Day at a Time

We so often get way ahead of ourselves (and the supportive Universe) by worrying about the future or trying to have it all laid out.  
A quote from Kryon (as channeled by Lee Carroll): "Get to the place where you are content with that which is in you, which is God, and let all of the other things around you slowly develop in appropriateness as you learn what to do with your life. Do not decide in advance where you're going to go or what you're going to do." 
Dramas and worrying aren't necessary.  
For the most part, the Universe comes up with a life that is SO much better than I imagined.  I strive to trust that and simply do the next right thing.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

A positive attitude

"A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort."
Herm Albright
I love this quote!
Consider this, especially if you have children--what example are you setting for them?  That life is difficult and something to be endured -or- that life is a wonderful adventure? It doesn't matter what you say, it's how you live. 
Life is good--let's get out there and show it and be annoying!! 

Monday, February 7, 2011

A former drama queen

At least I am striving to be a FORMER drama queen.  Drama is a sign that I'm not trusting that the Universe is a friendly place, and also that I think Spirit can't handle the situation without my meddling.  Drama is also a sign of me taking things personally, never a productive or satisfying situation. 
There's a momentary or short-term drama, minor irritations that we let go.  Then there are the long-term dramas, incidents or situations that can mire us weeks, months or years of resentment.  Those long-term dramas take a lot of energy to sustain, energy that could be used way more productively elsewhere.
Our first defense against drama is awareness.  Let's pay attention and note when we feel drama energy building (and we CAN all feel it--it does not feel natural or pleasant), and choose a path other than fueling the drama. 
Have a great day!
Joy to you!

Sunday, February 6, 2011

It might be fun...

My husband has been encouraging me to blog since I write every day anyway.  Reading the blog setup info, I found this quote: "What will happen then? Who knows. It might be fun, though." That pretty much covers it.  I don't know what will happen with the blogging adventure, but it might be fun :) 
Too often we don't undertake new adventures because up-front, we can't come up with a well-laid-out, complete plan.  Baby steps, baby steps.  All we need to do is take the first step, then another, and another.  Who knows. It might be fun to live that way, trusting the Universe to support us!