Re-fresh My Soul – by Roger

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if everything was fresh?
But some things apparently are not. They are stale. They need to be re-freshed.
What is stale in my life is old patterns. Rituals of self-sabotage performed over and over until they have become ingrained. Stale. I need to be re-freshed.

I want to see every new day as new. I want to live in each moment fully alive to everything there. I want to experience life as fresh.

What stands in the way of this?

It’s a sort of energy glob – a thought form – an almost living being. Some call it ego.

It works as sort of a trap. It attracts my attention and sucks my energy as it lowers my vibration. I am learning its tricks. My experience with it is growing stale. It feels like old, moldy energy. I don’t like it.

It goes by names such as pain body, anger, confusion, doubt, worry, guilt, shame, and blame. I call them all fear.

lighthouse 1What is fresh for me is love. Loving God. Knowing I am loved by God. Being filled by God’s love. Feeling grateful. In every moment.

What is fresh for me is remembering my connection with my spirit friends. Loving them. Blessing them. Thanking them.

What is fresh for me is a very few really close relationships built on love.

What is fresh for me is silence. Not quiet. Silence. Space. Big Space.

These connections – these rememberings – this quiet is what I do to refresh my soul. And from here, the world once again looks fresh.


About author

This article was written by Roger Wyer

I am a tree. I arrived in a human package this time. I live in the space between plants and people. From this space I can be helpful. I serve as a plant advocate - I am the voice of Nature. I help people create wildly better gardens and connect them with Nature for healing and spiritual growth.


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