Power of Thought & Ice Cream – There’s No Denying It – Week 22

Sometimes blog ideas come easy and sometimes not. This week I am struggling. I like blogging I really do – I believe it’s cathartic to write down what happening emotionally, spiritually and physically and it’s joyful for me.

This week has been a mainly physical one. Strange how things happen and I wonder about why. Too much probably. Lots of times I am looking for the metaphysical meanings to why things happen they way the do or don’t. And I am always wondering how and if I make things happen with the Power of Thought.

Power of ThoughtLast week I was asked to be the judge for the Ice Cream eating contest at the Waimea Heritage Days, a great honor as far as I’m concerned. Or course I agreed, and NOT for the free Lappert’s Ice Cream, the best on the planet. So there I am in the middle of a Hawaiian Island in the blazing sun judging 5 different Ice Cream eating contests. It was judged in 5 age groups. So in all the excitement and my delirium at being asked to join in on a community event, it didn’t occur to me that my fair, Irish skin was NOT slathered in 45 SPF sunblock – No! It didn’t. Hence the unbelievable sunburn. Bumma

Didn’t think much of it except that it was so, so irresponsible. I don’t like to hurt myself. Well who does, I think those people end up institutionalized.

So anyway, on Tuesday evening I was tryingPower of Thought a new thing, Cauliflower mashed potatoes, delicious by the way, and I received a horrendous steam burn on three of my fingers. So I start thinking what the hell is with all this burning. Where is the Power of Thought in this – am I think about burning or hurting myself is this some karmic debt and was somehow manifested because after all it has happened twice. I can’t just write it off as happenstance. My crazy mind don’t work that way That’s the old habit of looking at things like this and wondering how did I cause this??? Old blueprint.

It can get a little unhealthy at times thinking like this, then BAM, Mark burns his thumb on a hot plate. OK what the f is going on here! Now no way can I ignore this stuff, 3 really bad burns all in a row, inside a week. So I’m obsessing now how did I make this happen what thinking did I do that brought this about. Burning, hot, fire, blazing sun what’s it all mean…..

The Power of Thought must have created this isn’t not just coincidence. Mark calls me clumsy all the time but I’m really not. And he certainly is not, he is the antithesis of clumsy. So what’s the deal….

Now I have a couple of choices. Believe we’re are just doing to much, under too much pressure and not paying attention or…. We’re absolutely on FIRE!!!! Totally and completely on a great roll and everything we touch is going to be blazing, hot fantastic!!! We’re going to be to hot to touch. Hop onto our blazing coat tails and enjoy the ride.

That’s it I figured it out, new blueprint, thanks dear readers you helped.

Blessing and Believe,
Davene

  • Nancy says:

    Hi Davene, you do remember that Mangosteen heals burns don’t you?!
    I once put my hand on a pot belly stove and immediately into XanGo and it didn’t even blister…….take it easy
    Nancy~

  • Lisa Anderson says:

    Wow, now that’s imagination! You just helped me see “my virtue” for this week, so thank you Davene. But you’re exactly right…..and we’re holding onto those coat tails!

  • I have a friend who when going to the dentist, she uses no pain killers or novacaine at all. She says the pain is just another receptor, just ignore it. Wish i could tap into that…well im trying.

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