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Soulbyte for Wednesday September 4, 2019

Stay committed to your path of heart no matter what daily occurrence comes to challenge you. Life is long. Life is complicated. And yet, life is forgiving. With gratitude, step out onto your path of heart again and again, knowing that you have taken the right direction, knowing that by your heart’s intent you are being guided, and knowing that all will be well in the end. All will be well.

Sending you love,

The Soul Sisters, Jan & Jeanne

Soulbyte for Wednesday August 7, 2019

Gather within all your hopes and dreams of a peaceful nation and allow them to be nurtured by your heart centered goodness. Sustain them with your kindness and compassion. One day they will reach maturity; their time will have arrived and peace on Earth will be the norm. Do not lose hope nor faith in humankind, for it is the ultimate goal of the greater good and of the good in residence now, who know that the story is not over, that there is so much more to look forward to and to share with others. Out of the shards of despair and destruction a new and beautiful world will emerge. Keep all this in your heart as you begin that reconstruction now, within yourself. Stay positive, loving, and kind, no matter what happens.

-From the Soul Sisters, Jan & Jeanne

Soulbyte for Tuesday August 6, 2019

Stay contained, calmly attentive within the self no matter what happens outside of the self. Though many changes occur, the best course of action is that which appeals to the heart. For in volatile times as well as calm the heart knows how to proceed. The heart knows what to do and how to do it. Be led by your heart in all circumstances. In containment, connect to and listen to your heart and follow its lead. From a place of heart centered calmness let right action spring.

-From the Soul Sisters, Jan & Jeanne

Chuck’s Place: Right Attitude

Waking up to the news of the world today, the synchronicity that presented itself was this quote from THE MOTHER.*

“If, in the presence of circumstances that are about to take place, you can take the highest attitude possibleā€”that is, if you put your consciousness in contact with the highest consciousness within reach, you can be absolutely sure that in that case it is the best that can happen to you. But as soon as you fall from this consciousness into a lower state, then it is evidently not the best that can happen, for the simple reason that you are not in your very best consciousness. I even go so far as to affirm that in the zone of immediate influence of each one, the right attitude not only has the power to turn every circumstance to advantage but can change the circumstance itself. For instance, when a man comes to kill you, if you remain in the ordinary consciousness and get frightened out of your wits, he will most probably succeed in doing what he came for; if you rise a little higher and though full of fear call for the divine help he may just miss you, doing you a slight injury; if, however, you have the right attitude and the full consciousness of the divine presence everywhere around you, he will not be able to lift even a finger against you…”

“I have had innumerable examples of the power of right attitude. I have seen crowds saved from catastrophes by one single person keeping the right attitude. But it must be an attitude that does not remain somewhere very high and leaves the body to its usual reactions. If you remain high up like that, saying, ‘Let God’s will be done,’ you may get killed all the same. For your body may be quite undivine, shivering with fear: the thing is to hold the true consciousness in the body itself and not have the least fear and be full of the divine peace. Then indeed there is no danger. Not only can attacks of men be warded off, but beasts also and even the elements can be affected.”

Be so empowered,

Chuck & Jan

*Taken from the book POWERS WITHIN, Selections from the Works of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother, pp. 65-66

Soulbyte for Thursday July 18, 2019

Don’t jump the gun. Practice patience throughout the day. Hold back what seeks to burst out of you until you are sure it is right. Sometimes a moment’s pause is all that is needed to thwart a lifetime of pain. Sometimes a few extra breaths are the answer to a moment of panic or anxiety. Sometimes just sitting still is the best solution to an urge to get up and run. In quiet patient waiting, things become clearer, things change, and a new perspective has the opportunity to reveal itself. Take a moment. Breathe. And then breathe again. Then decide a course of action. In patient waiting, let your heart decide.

-From the Soul Sisters, Jan & Jeanne