Follow up on You Are the Sky … and Making Hell Homey

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I have been asked to elaborate more on the post You Are The Sky, in which I write about the metaphor of the sky being consciousness and clouds being emotions that are sometimes so dense that we feel lost in them and can’t see beyond them, and an airplane being awareness that passes through the clouds back into clarity.

It has been my experience that the best way to pass through the density of overwhelming emotion when I feel lost in the process is to hold strong to the vision or outcome of where I want to be or of what I want the end result to be, and to hold that resonance thus creating that result to happen. This takes some practice, but it is the foundation of manifestation. In short, try not to freak out for everything is always in flux and this too shall pass. Hang in there!

Another good way to take charge of the situation is to pretend to view it from another perspective, like view it as a comedy. The point is not to get stuck in the unknown.

At one point in my life I was going through a hellacious time where bad things were happeningĀ so often that I decided, if I was going to find myself in this hell so often I’d best make hell homey. So I imagined carving out a place for myself in hell with a rocking chair, a small table with flowers and a pot of tea, and a cat for company. Just the act of taking imaginary charge like that changed everything!

~~Paulette Frankl 9/14/15

I offer these posts to help others as my experiences have helped me. Take strength from them but please don’t plagiarize or rip me off. If you quote from them, please credit the source. Thank you!

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