Linda Adsetts and The Group are here with their weekly Go for the Joy message. Enjoy!
I have come to love asking questions. If you have any experience with children you know that they ask questions all the time, that is until we train them out of asking. I was one of those children.
I was brought up in the era of “children are to be seen and not heard.”
Now, I have returned to asking questions. I do admit to not asking how or why so much. Sometimes they cannot be answered easily. I am sure you remember asking a why or how question as a child and hearing the answer, just because.
If you were lucky your mom or dad or teacher helped you discover the hows or whys. Why is the sky blue? How do seeds grow into flowers?
It turns out those were the simple questions to answer. There were other questions that couldn’t be answered so easily. Why do people kill each other? Why are children starving?
Some questions aren’t so simple to answer to an inquiring child and some answers are so satisfying to an adult.
What if it could be simpler? What if by asking a question that you could open yourself up to something more?
Those are the questions I like to ask now. What would it take to change this? What else is possible?
So here is the simplicity piece; life wasn’t meant to be so hard but by our judgments, conclusions and decisions, based on past experience or other people’s judgments, conclusions and decisions, we make it hard on ourselves.
We stop asking questions and decide that this is it-it has to be done this way or that way-it can’t be changed. What if it didn’t?
Here is the simplicity piece again for you, even though at first glance you might be a little perplexed by it.
But first, I want you to consider this. Scientists are in the question all the time. They cannot afford to be stuck in one position as they are looking for a cure. Inventors are in question all the time. They by their very nature are looking for a new and different way to do something.
What if? What if? I am sure this question is ringing through the halls of research halls and in the garages of home inventors.
So, dear ones, what if you could allow yourself to open up to the infinite possibilities that exist, just over here, just over there, waiting for you to ask the very question that would call the answer to you?
You by your very being are able to touch this massive base of untouched potential ready to be birthed on planet earth. You are energetic beings and the information is energetic. One good question will call an answer to you-call your answer to you. Your only task is to be willing to notice the answer, to step through the doors that open and to be willing to be part of the answer. After all it is there, ready to be embraced by you. It was yours after all.
How much simpler can that be? You can breathe a sigh of relief-you don’t have to know it all, you just have to ask the question. Someone somewhere will give you the answer.
Trust in this most wonderful process and have some fun with it!
See what you are capable of being and see what you can reveal through your questions.
How much fun could that be?
We eagerly await to see what unfolds next….we have a few notions but it is always a surprise to us in how it looks, just like it is for you.
All we know is that in the long run it is all good! You can’t get it wrong-joy awaits around every corner!
Go For The Joy
Linda and The Group
Linda Adsetts is a healer, medium, psychic reader, channeller and writer. She receives channelled guidance and inspiration from The Group, a gathering of spirit who teach that our souls’ path is best expressed when we come from a place of joy. You can read how Linda got started down this fascinating path here and on her website where she shares daily messages from The Group.
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