Be aware of what you ask for
Posted on: September 23, 2015 • 0 Comments
We have all heard the saying, “Be careful what you wish for, because you just might get it.” That sounds a bit threatening with a bit of doom in it. So I am switching it up . How about, “Be aware of what you are asking for, as it will show up in unexpected ways.” Being aware is similar to being conscious. Pay attention to your intention and ask from your heart. Then allow the universe to bring it to you. On this journey I have set the intention to be present and aware. With all that being said, obviously, that is not possible for me to do that all the time. Hell, I am distracted and trying to release my panic about the future while taking in the beauty of each moment.
During one of my long driving days, I found myself missing male companionship. Offhandedly I said out loud that I would really like a kiss from a male. Notice the word choice, male. I didn’t think anything of it, as that is not going to happen along this trip, or so I thought. I continued to a cabin in South Dakota. The property is beautiful, so I set out on a walk down to the river. I had heard there were donkeys on the property, yet hadn’t seen them. Along my walk the donkeys magically appeared. One male and two females. Guess which one came right up to me? Yep, the male. Of course I didn’t think anything of it. After I pet the donkey, I went on to finish my walk. Sitting by the river and meditating my mind finally quieted. Upon my return journey, I spotted the donkey clan again. I stopped to pet them again. The only one interested was the male. I was rubbing the space between his ears, realizing that is exactly what I am doing for myself along this trip, rubbing the space between my ears. All of a sudden the donkey raises its head and kisses me.
Yep, I was kissed by an ass! He is way cuter and more loving than any of the asses that have kissed me in the past! At the moment I realized that I just received what I had asked for less than 4 hours before, I burst into tears. Then I laughed! How many times have I received what I asked for and just failed to recognize it? Oh, probably a million. Clearly, I need to pay attention to what I am asking for and what shows up.
After the ass named, Jack, kissed me he followed me around until I left. When I walked up to the cabin he ran after me. When I was sitting on the screened in porch talking with another guest, we looked up to see his butt in the window. I went outside to find him waiting for me. The next morning on my walk to the main house for breakfast, I met Jack (ass) and shared more kissing and love. I have to laugh at the realization I was kissed by an ass. I am done kissing asses in the human form. It is not worth it, and too painful in the end. I’d rather have a loving donkey. Fortunately, I don’t have to do that either!
I laugh about the speed in which I received what I asked for. I realized that I needed to be specific and aware of when asking. Do I really want to be kissed? Sometimes, but that is not it entirely. What I want is to be truly connected at a loving level with myself. True companionship has to start within me. I need first to be compassionate, forgiving and loving to myself. Then and only then will the people I need to further grow with show up. So, I put out there my intention to connect with all the parts of myself in a loving and compassionate way. Yet more male animals have shown up to give kisses.
Let’s review all the kindness I have received from males over the past few states. South Dakota brought me Jack(ass). A sweet grey and white young male who followed me around after I rubbed in between his ears. Idaho brought Derk, the great Dane. He surprised me with kissing me immediately as I was sitting on the couch. I turned my head to talk with Hostel Beth and there he was looking right at me, eye to eye. Before I could scream from surprise he kissed me! Upon returning to the hostel after a long walk, I spotted something ahead. I stopped the car to get a better look, for I wasn’t sure if it was a person or a deer. Nope, it was Derk. He took off running toward the car. I opened the window and smooch! He followed me down the driveway and into the house. It was authentic love!
Montana presented my white horse and Great Pyrenees. A kiss Sunday night from the horse and one Monday morning from the dog. Oh, and the horse farts every time he coughs. I laugh out loud every time I hear it, because farts are funny! This is so interesting and wonderful. All of the males are safe! None will break my heart. There will be no shared bank accounts, property purchasing, kid raising, or harsh words. Perfection! I wonder what else is to show up along this journey.
It is funny how the universe shows up! I am certainly paying attention to what I am asking for and what shows up.
Namaste with a smile,