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And the Universe shifts...

Storyboard my me, star element from Lisas "Brand New Day"

I'll be back to write more after I pick the boys up from school...

Ok, back to talk about the Universe shifting...

I finished my Master of Education at the end on 2002, when Luey was 18 months old. I was ready to get stuck into my next degree straight away, but Dave was completely worn out from my studies (ok, I wasn't exactly the easiest person to live with as a student)...

So, I promised I wouldn't do another degree for at least 5 years. So, I'm going to kind of cheat on that promise, as it'll be only 4.5 years since the end of that degree when I start my next degree - a Master of Writing - in July this year!!!

When I did my Theta session on Monday, I revealed that I wasn't ready to have that little girl just yet, but that once I was doing what I was supposed to be doing (other than having children), she would come along without any issues with Dave. At that time I asked to be aligned with the Continuum's understanding of what best would serve me right now. What I should be doing, and that I would be open to doing that. Here I sit four days later with the knowledge that in just a few weeks times I'll be embarking on that Master of Writing I've been looking for and wanting to do for several years now!

All week, I've been trying to open up to the idea that the Universe shifts to meet your desire, and that shift can be instantaneous. There is a part of me that thinks that's just a load of multidimensional bunkum, but um, well here I am in the middle of a Universal shift!

Gods, I'm so excited about being a student again, a Masters student. About getting back into writing, and about taking those first steps to getting my PhD!

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katef said…
oh gorgeous photos - love the way you have put this together!

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