My dear friends…

I trust that you are having a wonderful
week as we move deeper into the 8th month of the year. Two-thirds of
2010 is now nearly behind us (has that gone fast, or what???) and it may
be a good time to reassess how this tenth year of the New Millennium
has been going for you-and what you want to do between now and January 1
to complete the plans and keep the promises you made to yourself last
New Year’s .

If we’re not careful a year can pass (or
two-thirds of one, anyway) without us doing a single thing that we said
we were going to do, or achieving anything that we set out for ourselves
eight months ago. Not that there’s anything "bad" about that-I mean,
it’s not "wrong" or anything. It’s just that the most precious thing we
have in life is Time, and we are invited to use it well.

The
question is, what does "well" look like? And that all depends on what it
is one is trying to do. The chief difficulty for many people is that
they are unclear as to what that is. And even for those who do, the
problem is that 98% of their time is spend on things that have nothing
to do with the reason that they came here. To the body, I mean. To live
in the physical world.

We are not simply biological incidents, you
and I. We are highly intelligent beings-far more intelligent and far
more capable, in fact, than most of us give ourselves credit for. We
existed in our True Form long before we came here, we exist in our True
Form now, and we will exist in our True Form always. And in our True
Form we know exactly who we are and why we came into this physical
reality. And I can tell you, it has nothing-nothing at all-to do with
what we spend 98% of our time, , and focus on. At least, not if we
are to believe what tells us.

It has
nothing at all to do with the spouse or partner, the kids, the job, the
house, the car, the bills, the stuff. It’s not about the Cause, the
Candidate, the Political Party, the Petition Campaign, the Food Drive,
the effort to change the world. How we move through all of those
experiences is an out-picturing of what it IS about, but it’s not about
that at its basis.

If you want to know what your life was COME to
be about, take a close look at what you spend the most amount of time on
in any given day. That is what has become the priority of your life.

Once
you have identified your self-created priority, ask yourself "Why?" Why
is this particular activity or function taking up so much of my time?
What do I get out of this? What is this saying about me? What does this
tell ME about me?

Then see if this squares with your understanding of Who You Are and why you are here on the earth.

I
trust that you are having a wonderful week as we move deeper into the
8th month of the year. Two-thirds of 2010 is now nearly behind us (has
that gone fast, or what???) and it may be a good time to reassess how
this tenth year of the New Millennium has been going for you-and what
you want to do between now and January 1 to complete the plans and keep
the promises you made to yourself last New Year’s Eve.

If we’re
not careful a year can pass (or two-thirds of one, anyway) without us
doing a single thing that we said we were going to do, or achieving
anything that we set out for ourselves eight months ago. Not that
there’s anything "bad" about that-I mean, it’s not "wrong" or anything.
It’s just that the most precious thing we have in life is Time, and we
are invited to use it well.

The question is, what does "well" look
like? And that all depends on what it is one is trying to do. The chief
difficulty for many people is that they are unclear as to what that is.
And even for those who do, the problem is that 98% of their time is
spend on things that have nothing to do with the reason that they came
here. To the body, I mean. To live in the physical world.

We are
not simply biological incidents, you and I. We are highly intelligent
beings-far more intelligent and far more capable, in fact, than most of
us give ourselves credit for. We existed in our True Form long before we
came here, we exist in our True Form now, and we will exist in our True
Form always. And in our True Form we know exactly who we are and why we
came into this . And I can tell you, it has
nothing-nothing at all-to do with what we spend 98% of our time, energy,
and focus on. At least, not if we are to believe what Conversations
with God tells us.

It has nothing at all to do with the spouse or
partner, the kids, the job, the house, the car, the bills, the stuff.
It’s not about the Cause, the Candidate, the Political Party, the
Petition Campaign, the Food Drive, the effort to change the world. How
we move through all of those experiences is an out-picturing of what it
IS about, but it’s not about that at its basis.

If you want to
know what your life was COME to be about, take a close look at what you
spend the most amount of time on in any given day. That is what has
become the priority of your life.

Once you have identified your
self-created priority, ask yourself "Why?" Why is this particular
activity or function taking up so much of my time? What do I get out of
this? What is this saying about me? What does this tell ME about me?

Then see if this squares with your understanding of Who You Are and why you are here on the earth.

Love and Hugs,

Neale.