How I Started to Believe in a Higher Power

Spirit has been moving me to talk more about how my awakening started. This idea has been battting around in my head for days.

I hope you are having a beautiful day. These energies lately have wanting me to do everything!

I love you. Namaste.

Sarah

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11 thoughts on “How I Started to Believe in a Higher Power

      1. Rajiv

        Oh, this is an ancient one. My company bought it for me, and when I left, it was so old already that they just gave it to me! I don’t own a laptop, and I wonder if I should get that for work. All my main work is done on a desktop.

  1. Michael

    Great video, Sarah. I really enjoyed hearing about your story, and the joyous presence you have claimed is contagious. Thank you for such open sharing. It really is kind of simple (not simple like easy, but simple like just trust in Santa Claus and keep walking forward into the unknown) when we bring the full power of our being to task.

    Michael

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    1. sayyestoeverything Post author

      Thank you for watching and commenting, Michael. I really appreciate it. I am awed every day at how we are surrounded by such glory. I’m so grateful for the grace I was gifted to shift my perspective and everyone who shares what they know for me to find.

      Your light shines and I love your posts. Please know they resonate with me but I am not as gifted with the written word as you are. I do like to say thank you and let you know though. Much love!

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  2. litebeing

    Hey Sarah,
    Your presentation here was phenomenal. You could be on the Oprah Network, not kidding! There is such a radiance and simple honesty in how you deliver your story.

    xxLinda

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    1. sayyestoeverything Post author

      Hi Linda,
      Thank you for your kind words. I don’t really know what to say. I try my best to be honest about where I am and be loving to myself and others. Today I am so blessed to have been desperate. I never thought I would ever say that.

      Your comment warms my heart. Thank you and big hugs!
      Sarah

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      1. litebeing

        I hope my comments do not embarrass you in any way. I just say what I feel. I don’t know what you mean about being blessed to have been desperate. Care to elaborate?

        Big hugs back,
        Linda

      2. sayyestoeverything Post author

        Oh no, I’m not embarrassed. I’m pretty much an open book. I was trying to accept your compliment with more than a “thanks” but I didn’t know what else to say. I’m not really a wordsmith. I think that is why video appeals to me so much more. I read so many blogs of people who are so talented with words and come up with amazing analogies and images; I’m so impressed. I too do the same as you. I say what I feel. I like that. I just use simple words.

        What I meant about being blessed to be desperate is that I am grateful that I reached a point in my life where I was willing to try anything, no matter how silly or foolish it sounded. When I was desperate I didn’t care about what other people thought of me. I only wanted to find some way to deal with what was going on and find a way to get through the day. It also gave me an open mind and a lot of freedom. I didn’t care what people’s titles or social station were. I asked people who had what I wanted what they did to get it and then I did it the way they told me whether I liked it or not. (I did a lot of stuff that I thought would never work and that I thought was just ridiculous.) Then I found the next person who I asked and they showed me, and the next and so on. Looking back, I can see how it helped me disregard what didn’t work for me and use the rest as well as getting over hesitation I had about approaching strangers and asking for help.

        I still use that today. If someone is experiencing something that I want to experience, I ask them if they will teach me. This actually takes a lot of people by surprise but it works for me. After I learn all those things from others, I use what resonates with me and leave the rest. (After expressing gratitude and thanks to my teacher.) Being desperate has made me teachable and it has taught me to trust myself in the end. These are priceless to me.

        I hope that helps! Looking forward to the next blog post. 😉 Uber curious!

      3. litebeing

        you are ubercool and I now have a clearer understanding. thank you!
        and I plan to write today. Is it ok with you if I sing your praises and link you on my blog today? I want more people to experience you!

        peace,
        Linda

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