Monday, March 26, 2012

The Spoken Words of Spirit--March 27, 2012

Whether or not you believe it, weather has a role in your mood. It does not control it, but can help to adjust it in ways that you may not always be aware of. Cloudiness can make you feel lethargic. Rain will make some people feel depressed or weary. Normal bright and sunny days will generally make all people feel happier. There is a link to Mother Nature and the swelling of emotions that arise within human nature.

Most people do not dwell on what the weather is like outside when they are making decisions about their personal lives. Yet it is likely that they are prone to doing things impulsively in positive and negative ways, largely depending on the forecast around them. The oddity with this is that rain does not always bring about negative decisions and sunshine, positive ones. Everyone interacts with their own emotions in different ways. You could find yourself less likely to be impulsive and make errors when the weather is glum because your body clock is moving you more slowly. Conversely, the bright skies may have you doing things that are impulsive, simply because you want to absorb more of it.

Have you ever noticed what happens during the build up to a storm? The anticipation and nervousness many people feel will sway their behavior. Once the storm hits and ultimately passes, there may be a revitalized approach to life. While we are not praising destruction, sometimes when lands get leveled by storms, so too do the attitudes of those left behind. Compassionate outpouring is often born out of the havoc created by weather patterns or natural disasters. It is part of a bigger picture.

This picture is one of hope and inspiration. It rises from the ashes of fire-damaged forests that may have been caused by lightening strikes. It rises from tidal waves, or from hurricanes and other cyclonic types of storms. Your moods can sway just as much as the wind. Ultimately, it makes no difference if the day is dense with gray clouds or brightened by sunny rays. You are still responsible for your actions and approach to all the things that you do. While climate shifts and barometric pressure might signal different things to your body and mind, ultimately the true power behind you is your heart and soul--your union with the Creator! Embrace this fact and you will be able to weather any storm that comes into your life. These are The Spoken Words of Spirit.
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2 comments:

Mary said...

While climate shifts and barometric pressure might signal different things to your body and mind, ultimately the true power behind you is your heart and soul--your union with the Creator! Embrace this fact and you will be able to weather any storm that comes into your life.

I find I have so much energy on rainy days.. I never know why .

Thank you for these words everyday, Jim Our Angel :-)**
God Bless

Jim Fargiano said...

Thank you, Mary.