PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, December 9th, 2009 by William L. Murtha in DYING FOR A CHANGE

“Will Murtha: I detest relying on others to make choices for me. It boxes me in and takes away my decision-making. I like to be in control.

Voice of Higher Presence: I know you do. What if I shocked you and said that you have not always been in full control of your life up to now? What would you say if I told you that many other factors are influencing your life? Substitute orders in a restaurant and replace them with thoughts in your head, and this is exactly how you have been ordering up your life intentions. You’ve been oscillating between full consciousness and unconsciousness. Awareness and no awareness.

You have occasionally been present enough to order what you wanted and have gotten the results—your intentions. The majority of the time, source energy has dealt you up what other people have ordered. You have had to digest the thoughts and intentions of others. And why? Because you were not fully present when others were placing their intentions. That’s how the majority of your life has been lived so far. It is not that you have always been making the wrong choices. The mistake, if you could term it that, is that you have sometimes not made any conscious choices at all.”

William L. Murtha, in “Dying for a Change”

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