Wish for it and it may or may not happen, but either way you have a better idea of what you want. Most of the wishes you really want and that are in keeping with who you are will come true if you focus on them regularly and stay open to the possibilities that unfold. Anyway, let’s get to wishing.
What I’m wishing for this week…
Wishes for myself:
- I went to see the ophthalmologist and although it is still not confirmed, it’s pretty likely that I have glaucoma in my left eye. I’m not happy about that, but I’m happy that I have excellent health insurance and that I found a doctor who seems to know what he’s doing and intends to see me every two to three months. My wish is that my optic nerve suffers no further damage and that my vision lasts me a lifetime.
- Help this country and its citizens. We are going through something that I have never experienced. It’s unsettling and the air is think with vitriol, hate and anger. May we somehow come out of this stronger and more united.
- Send me work, lots of work.
- My incredible Luna Pie is turning 6 years old this week. May she have a wonderful day and feel wrapped in the love that she inspires.
Wishes for others:
- Abby got an eye injection. Please help her eye heal and not feel pain for too long. May her life be disrupted as little as possible. Hang in there, Abby.
- Taca needs her landlord to make excellent decisions in a timely manner so that the remodeling of her home can get done by February 14. She and her family have been displaced because of sewage damage and they want the repairs to get done as quickly as possible.
- Maximus wants more wishes. Fortunately, we know that unlike those stereotypical genies in bottles the Universe has no limit when it comes to taking wishes or fulfilling them. They might not all come true, but usually the ones that don’t come true were something you’re better off not getting anyway.
- Nancy would like her friends and family to get a grip and gain perspective. She wants them to”realize that an elected leader and his cohorts are tearing this wonderful country apart. No doubt change is needed, but not civil war.” Nancy is pretty wise and level-headed, I think we should all listen to her.
Remember to stay open to the possibilities.
That’s it for me this week. What are you wishing for?