Weekly Reading Topic for December 28, 2019: Seriously, Stop.
Well, good morning, love! I just opened a Reading for you, my newsletter subscribers and here’s what I heard in answer to the following:
What do my readers most need to hear this weekend? What is the most important message to send to my beloved readers?
The answer was: “Seriously, Stop.”
What follows is your weekly reading, dear one.
Weekly Reading │ Seriously, Stop.
Q: What do we need to know about “Seriously, Stop?”
A: Sometimes we Just. Need. To. Stop. Seriously, STOP. This week is one of those times!
The past month has been sort of Gloriously Busy and frankly, we are collectively exhausted. Some of us know this because we’ve gotten a seasonal illness that struck us hard. Others are about to get said illness.
And others know that they are exhausted but haven’t been taken down by their exhaustion. (Yet.)
Whatever stage of coping or denial you’re in, it’s time to … seriously! … STOP.
Rest. The next few days are not the time to be running and doing and planning. They’re excellent, though, for Lounging and Laughing and Loving.
I’ve never seen such a short message for a weekly Reading before, but it’s clear: I am supposed to Seriously Stop this weekend, too, starting NOW.
It’s not the time to put out a lot of effort. It’s time to rest up. The next few months will be Interesting, To Say the Least, and the best use of our time between now and January 2, and longer if you have it, is to all Stop in as many ways as possible.
Gentle walks are good.
Long naps are nice.
Funny entertainments are excellent.
Food and friends and family and conversation? All vital.
Time to nourish yourself and rest and empty the mind. Turn off your phone and let yourself have a few unplugged days before 2020 brings what is bound to be one of the most active years we’ve seen in a while. (!)
So jot down any must-do items now, and if and only if they MUST be done before 2020, do them. If they can wait? Let them. It’s really important that we take this opportunity to relax and follow our desires.
By which I mean: what we most need and desire. Not what we crave, necessarily. What we really DESIRE.
So if you get inspired to work on a creative project, do so — especially if you typically don’t have time (or make time) for it.
But otherwise? Seriously. Stop.
I am always here to serve in any way I can.
Much Love to You!
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