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We all know this, of course. If we stop and think about it, we all have at least one story probably so many more burning inside of us, like a candle waiting to be lit if the right time presents itself. Whatever your story is, sharing it opens up endless possibilities.
It can create an opportunity or a new friendship. Sometimes telling it inspires or helps another. It will come as no surprise that I love stories. I love hearing them, reading them and telling them. Nothing gets me more excited than sharing a story that elicits an immediate reaction—like laughter or tears or disbelief.
And when someone has a good story for me? David and I went to downtown Providence where a festival featuring local musicians, artists, talent and vendors, were present for the second year in a row. As we walked the streets taking it all in—the food trucks, the people, the music, the performers—I was immediately captivated when I saw this: Each colored card signified a particular prompt.
The more I read, the more I wanted to read.
Reading them touched all sorts of emotions—sadness and happiness, heartbreak and hope. I began debating in my head. When I was done I pinned it to the board where it could keep company with all the other stories. We continued our stroll and shortly after walked up to another inspiring board.
I was excited by the idea. I grabbed a pink neon marker and looked for a spot. A girl walked over in her cap and gown to do the same. We talked for a moment and I found out she had just graduated college. With the brightness of someone who feels endless possibilities in the palm of her hand, it took her no time at all to come up with some words to share, while it took me a bit longer.
Finally I chose to write this: I stepped back and admired more of the other messages. It amazed me to see how much we all have to share when given a venue to do it in.
We continued walking, enjoying the sunny afternoon, but these boards stayed with me.Try writing a Letter to the Universe and tell us how it went! 🙂 To get free email updates and grab your FREE copy of my LOA E-book right now!
(It’s like The Secret on steroids. Manifesting Gypset Style: How To Write Notes To The Universe. I'm about to let you in on a little secret. The number one method that I use, to bring more of what I want into my life.
It's very simple. I write notes to the universe. Normally, I just wrote them into a specially notebook. But then I started emailing them. Every day. And so much more magic started happening! As you begin to burn your letter say, ‘I now release, burn and clear all of the negativity in my letter.
I bind my letter to the light for the greater good of the universe.’ It may sound wacky, but it does work.
Writing a letter isn’t like genie granting a wish. Your dreams won’t come true just because you write a letter. Writing your thoughts on paper is the beginning of the process.
For those with pain, it begins the healing process. It gets the engine starting. It breaks the chains that have been holding you back. Jun 12, · Dear Universe, I believe that each of us has a story to tell.
We all know this, of course. If we stop and think about it, we all have at least one story (probably so many more) burning inside of us, like a candle waiting to be. May 25, · Friend told me to write a letter to the Universe and burn it. And in one year all I wrote would come to fruition.
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