(posted 9 October, 2010)

[I’m not doing all 10-10-10 articles found here today, just these two]

On Sunday we celebrate the date 10-10-10, a
symbol of that we are so ready for. We want to find a
new life purpose, new relationships, new ways of being and more joy.
So we welcome this opportunity with open arms and an . New
beginnings are available as long as we are willing to create space for
them, which we do by allowing their corresponding endings to occur.
Every new beginning we ask for is the door that opens when another
closes. We cannot begin without also ending

Why don’t we
welcome endings with the same joy as we do beginnings? Because we
think they involve sacrifice, suffering, pain and discomfort. When
something ends we have to do without, start over or acknowledge a
failure. Endings show us how things did not work out, where we could
not succeed at something or where our expectations were not met. And
endings disrupt the flow of our lives, as they compel us to look in
other directions, point out our shortcomings and work on ourselves. 

While
that is what we may believe, that is not what endings are about.
Endings give us closure, confirmation and support on our next steps.
They are signs that we are ready for something else and the only painful
thing about them is when we do not allow them to occur.

There
is a law of physics which states that two things cannot occupy the
same space at the same time. And this is so true of endings and
beginnings. When we ask for something new, it takes the place of
something that already exists. So we have to release the old to make
room for the new. That’s easy enough to do when it’s something we do
not care about but when it is important to us, the ending has become
personal, a testimonial of who we are and a sign that we failed or
lost. Allowing it to end means that a part of us ends too and if we are
not ready to detach from it, let it go or have judgments then our
endings will be quite disruptive and painful.

On this date and
on future dates like it, for there will be more waves of the
of new beginnings as more shifts occur, we open more energetic portals
and step into higher dimensions, we will be asked to make room for
new beginnings by allowing endings to occur. Are we as open to the
ending as we are the beginning?

Along with any new beginning that you experience on October 10, 2010 and afterwards, give yourself the gift of an ending. This could be an actual ending, a symbolic ending or an affirmation to release something that you know does not serve you. Could you be more confident, positive, happy, grateful, self assured, or loving or appreciative of yourself? Imagine the ending as the closing door that allows the new beginning to enter.

If you want to be more confident or successful, release any guilt, shame or other blocks that prevent you from expressing your full potential.

To be happy, close the door on an unhappy experience that you hold in your memory.

To create love, be grateful for every unloving teacher you have had, for their purpose was to help you find love within yourself.

To know your new life purpose, embrace where you are in this moment and everything you have learned.

To be at peace, be grateful for every experience of chaos and that you have the power to choose the energies that manifest in your life.

Embrace your new potential as you give yourself the gift of the endings that make beginnings possible.

Many blessings in these amazing, miraculous times.

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