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Soulbyte for Thursday September 12, 2019

Practice patience. Learn the art of patient waiting. Learn to sit quietly, in contemplation, until you find the sweet spot within, the place of no attachment, where you are in perfect harmony, within and without. In perfect harmony all is right with the world, all is well with you, and access to all you need is right there. In quiet harmony learn that you are but a moment in time, a spark of energy. Make your moment count. Take advantage of the time you have. Learn to live to the fullest, for there is no time to waste. These are the lessons of sitting in quiet harmony, for patience knows how to be still and calm and also how to act decisively when the time is right, for there is always more to do, more to learn, more of life to live. Make each moment matter.

Sending you love,

The Soul Sisters, Jan & Jeanne

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

Soulbyte for Wednesday February 27, 2019

Contrary to popular opinion, it may not always be best to push through every storm, to attack with aggression, or to unconsciously weather through that which blocks the way or presents barriers or interferences. Often a gentler approach, a consciously adopted wait-and-see attitude is the proper method of attack. This does not imply weakness but stresses that often the most hardened attitude is felled not by greater force but only by the unseen forces of love, kindness, and compassion. Sometimes strength should be a last resort. Sometimes the only persuasion needed is the right kind of energy touching at the heart level. Sometimes patient waiting in heart centered energy is the right action, even in the most violent of times. Let heart centered decision making become your own norm so that patient waiting also becomes your norm when right action is called for that is out of the norm. Sometimes doing nothing more than calling upon the energies of good is the best action. From heart to heart, may all find their way to right action that is loving and kind and all-inclusive. And through it all, keep a positive attitude.

-From the Soul Sisters, Jan & Jeanne

Soulbyte For Monday February 4, 2019

Wait patiently and clarity will come. Sometimes it is not the time to act. Sometimes it is best to wait patiently, especially in times of deep conflict or indecision. Rather than act harshly, in despair, or out of malice, the best course of action might be patient waiting. Soon clarity will come, or at the very least a new course of action will show itself to be far better than first reactions. This may now be a time of patient waiting if all is to right itself again. Be patient, within and without.

-From the Soul Sisters, Jan & Jeanne

Soulbyte for Wednesday January 2, 2018

Pace yourself. You’ve only just begun. There’s plenty of time. Let things unfold naturally rather than push with ego intent. Let nature show you how to go about making changes in a positive way. Yes, make your decisions, set your intent, and then be patient as change naturally unfolds, like each petal of a flower unfolds when it is ready. But first, you have to plant the seed, tend it, and lovingly encourage it to grow; first a sprout, then a stem and leaves, and finally a bud will appear before the blossoming can happen. You can’t have the blossom without the necessary early steps of transformation. A blossom without roots and a stem is nothing more than an empty hot air balloon. Without stability there will be no true grounding and your intent will not flourish. Be patient. Blossoming will come when the time is right. Master the first steps and then nurture and wait. Hold your intent on the flower, but do not miss every joyous and necessary step along the way.

-From the Soul Sisters, Jan & Jeanne