Are You In-Joying Your Journey?
This is the Archangel Uriel channeled message for September 17, 2012
The judgments you make about your path and the results you see are emotional judgments of what you created in the past. Through your judgments you ask whether something makes you happy, which is an emotion. But what you are seeking is joy, which is an energy. Do you create from the point of wanting to be happy with your results, or are you imprinting your creations with joy at the moment of manifestation? As you create a desire for change, are you unhappy and sad? What you create cannot be at an energy that is different from or higher than yours. Are you ready to be ‘in- joying’ your path?
Although being grateful creates more of what you can be grateful for, that can be hard to do with situations that make you sad, are in conflict with your desires for a more fulfilling life, and do not bring you joy, peace, love or abundance. But everything you are aware of at this moment was created in the past. If you did not create your past ‘in joy’, from the energy of joy, you will not enjoy it in the present.
The answer to your present ‘enjoyment’ is found in joy and how its energy moves from past to present. Rather than focus on what you are not enjoying, consider the energy that you used to create it. When you want to be happy you create from the emotions. When you create from joy you are setting an energetic intention, which is much more powerful. Emotions exist in the realm of the mind, joy exists in the higher realms of spirit.
Do not use this to look at the joy’-less things in your life and wonder how you can change them to be more joyful. Work from the present, not the past. Joy begins with intention, not judgment and requires faith and trust. Set an intention for joy in this moment, to be in joy as you are creating each step of your reality. It is a higher vibration that you can achieve when you decide to in-joy your journey.
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