Posted by: spiritteacher | August 13, 2009


“Have a mind that is open to everything and attached to nothing.” Dr. Wayne W. Dyer

An open mind is like an open door. A door open to a world of wonder, a world of harmony and balance, a world where peace can enter and all the blessings that are ours can be accepted.

God can and does offer us miracles every moment of every day. There is not an instant where He is not answering our prayers, not always in the way we think we want them answered, but in the way that is Right for us. If we open the door and stand back and let Him be in charge, we will soon see that what we really want is what He wants and it is much more powerful and wondrous than anything we thought we wanted in our small and limited way of thinking.

God offers us Love and all that comes with it, but unless our door is open we cannot receive it or even see it. Instead of questioning every little thing we think is going wrong for us, if we just open the door to our mind and heart and allow God in and pray, “Let me see this through your eyes, Dear God,” and quietly stand back and wait and watch without judgment, we will see the miracles in all things and understand that what we think is wrong is only a lesson for us to learn and grow past. It is a lesson we have provided for ourselves, but God will correct for us if we allow it.  In that sense what we may think is wrong is actually very, very right. And when we have learned this lesson, great relief and joy and gratitude will flood through our open door. Then will we understand that God truly knows us better than we know ourselves.

So in every challenge, simply ask, “What is my lesson here?” and grow still. The sooner we learn our lessons, the sooner will we find true Peace.

And it all begins with an open door to our mind and heart.

May you walk in peace today knowing you are blessed and a blessing in the world.


  1. Sharie,
    Your words always bring so much comfort, but is there any more important question than, “What is my lesson here?” What a different place our world would be if we all practiced asking this question and listening for the answer. Thank you.

  2. Clearly you are learning your lessons right and left, Dear Sister. I agree the world would be a different place if we saw our experiences as simply lessons instead of good or bad things happening to us. Love, Sharie

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