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JAMIE’S BLOG – YEAR 8 – DAY 41 :: clarity

12 Feb

I have been thinking a lot about clarity lately. Ever since my mother whispered in my ear in the middle of a dream. She said, “The clearest one wins.” 

It has me thinking about clarity. What is clarity? What is it like to be super clear about everything that you want? What does it feel like to have a relentless focus on a singular sensation that leads to getting exactly what you want? Maybe even more!

Is that a stepping stone to joy?

I think it has something to do with it. Dream. Focus. Manifest. Joy!  It goes beyond goal setting. It’s an inside job.

I see it every day with Justin. There is a short list of things that he loves:

  • The New England Patriots
  • Pearl Jam
  • Star Wars
  • Our Puppies
  • His Family
  • Me

Maybe not exactly in that order but he is relentlessly committed to that short list of items. He has extreme clarity. And each one brings him extreme joy. (Okay, maybe with one exception of me on the days when I’m no joy to be around… I promise there are only a few…really.)

Anyway, my point is this. Or rather, Mama Sling’s point.
“The clearest one wins.”

I believe words are medicine. And I believe I just received some in my sleep. I love it when I have a Mama Sling dream. I love it, even more, when she visits me in my sleep and I remember it the next day. And, that, definitely goes on my short list.

May the clearest one win.

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JAMIE’S BLOG – YEAR 8 – DAY 32 :: clear joy

1 Feb

In my nightly quest to watch fluffy, lighthearted and feel-good TV before I go to bed I find myself in the Hart of Dixie. I can’t handle horror movies and thrillers leave me too anxious to sleep, so fluffy romantic comedies are the only ones that make the grade.

Just like I can’t stand to watch horror movies, Justin can’t stand to watch Hart of Dixie. He walks into the room with a deep sigh of frustration and says, “You’re watching that again?”

Shakespeare would also be disappointed, but for me, it’s pure fluff and fun. And in some odd way, it brings me joy.

The other night, after watching my fill of Dixie I went to sleep and had a dream. In it, my mother came to me and whispered some advice in my ear. She said, “The clearest one wins.”

I’ve been thinking about that statement for days now. And every day it brings me more insight. It was a message from the heart.

In this year of Joy, I’m learning that one person’s joy may not be shared by another. And maybe that’s the point.

Afterall, the clearest one wins.

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