So Mote it Be

Memory holds a cacophony of the sounds of our past. How many impressions are running through your head? I am sitting at work exploring my thoughts while I answer calls and interact with other people. In my background I hear the music of life, the voices of my co-workers. I used to always shut out the sounds around me. I felt they were just noises and those noises always had to power to distract my thought patterns. Distractions can cause you to lose your voice. Distractions kept my ability to process and project my true voice for many years. What do we really claim in life when our thoughts are in alignment with discord? That dope song that you heard on the radio, what were the lyrics? I want to use one song as an example to show just how magic works.

Harry Potter is fictional, right? I always marveled the world of witches and wizards. I thought I would be just like Mildred Hubble from The Worst Witch. I felt I was an ordinary girl who had this secret ancient power to cast spells and create anything my heart desired. And then one day that idea crawled under a rock because someone told me that magic wasn’t real. That desire I though I had disappeared remained in a secret hiding place until the day I unlocked becoming the greatest version of myself. Magic is very real. In fact, words were downloaded into our DNA from the moment we were born. As the Bible states, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God”(John 1:1 NIV). This tells me that our souls are in sync with the words that come out of our mouth because what we say manifest into the universal astral plane. Manifestation begins with the words we say.

“Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O Lord, my strength, and my redeemer” ~Psalms 19:14 (KJV)

I scrolled through my playlist to find a song that would be a superb example and I am proud to say that I’ve banished most of the music I use to listen to. The songs we listen to casts spells daily, directing our subconscious mind, the home of encoded emotions. When a song is introduced to the subconscious it begins to collect the words and then the subconscious stores those words as energy. When the time comes for the energy to be released those collected words can either work for our good or work against us. For example, I used to always love the music of Amy Winehouse. Her sultry voice is very inviting but, most of he music carries the weight of self-destruction. I used to put her records on repeat just so I could learn the lyrics and feel the pain she felt. By reciting the words of her songs my subconscious followed the orders of her message and my life became chaotic without me being aware of what was happening. My life has been every song, movie, TV show, things I learned in school and lies of my worthiness for so long I had no rhyme or reason. While singing Love is a Losing Game, I transformed my thoughts into the melody and my love life aligned with every detail of the lyrics.

The next steps after the emotional discord is the phase of testing and proving. My beliefs traveled to a place of despair and I began to believe that my life was hopeless. This vicious cycle repeated itself  from the childhood and adult years of my life. Blessed is the day I took ownership of the words that form from my heart. I had to want wisdom more than anything. Now I am careful of everything I listen to this is my life experience. I am careful of what I attach my emotions to because it will become my reality. I write my blogs everyday in hopes that I can encourage and provide methods to live my best life now. I have been liberated from years of enslavement and everyday my life transforms into a better and perfect world where peace is the primary theme that I manifest.

A few months ago I considered ending my life. I lost a child, suffered miscarriages, was abused mentally and physically, felt I had no friends, warred against being alone, did not value the purpose of the family I was born into, and my dreams were collecting dust. I am free from the neutron star collision. It is amazing that my transformation began with a thought and a suggestions to create a blog. 50 posts later, I can testify that my life has dramatically  changed for the better. I’ve also been able to trust my instincts because instincts guide us toward purpose. I am free to love without conditions and that unconditional love allows me to see the world through God’s perspective. I no longer doubt myself because I am in control of what my subconscious accepts. If the information I receive leads to expansion, I am all for it. If the information  is negative then I already know, garbage in and garbage out. I create my own steps to manifest the best parts of my being, blogging is one of them.

Thank you very much for reading this entry today. My advice for this week is for you to write out or search using your browser, the lyrics of your favorite song. Catch the flow of the message of the artist and the emotional intent. After understanding the intent ask yourself would you or wouldn’t you want that experience in your reality. The subconscious mind is always ready to carry out the orders you give it and the songs we listen gives the subconscious orders without conscious awareness. Feel free to comment and give this post a like if it resonates with your spirit. Also, generously share this and all posts with the links below.

Manifest Life,



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