Are you Faithful?


Katie Phillips in Garden with Statue of Eve

Today I sit in my little garden paradise with the statue of the gorgeous goddess, Eve. I love the mythical element of this powerful woman, the lightness of her draped robes, juxtaposed with the solidity of her form. I love that she is incredibly feminine and powerful. I see Eve as a ‘seeker’. Here she is with her averted gaze and she looks to the distance with the view of one searching. We are all seekers; seeker of truth. In life we all need to realise our own truths and in doing this we come to the universal realisation that there is only one truth and that truth is love.

Eve’s strong and feminine gaze represents faith. Her gaze is faithful; she doesn’t look at what is in front of her and believe it to be the truth, her faith is visionary. What she can see with her mind’s eye that she can’t see in physical reality is source-energy or love.  Eve knows that there is source energy within her, outside of her and all around her and this source-energy is intelligent, loving and is the guiding direction of her life; it totally has her back.

I was speaking to a client the other day and she said, “When men get to middle-age they get a sports car but when women get to middle age they look within.” Whilst the whole mid-life crisis thing can be a bit of a cliché, it is undeniable that with experience comes, wisdom. Women often begin to look back on their lives and ask, ‘Why did that happen for me?’ – ‘What were my thought processes?’  We begin to see patterns in our own behaviours. We look back at those things we have achieved and begin to realise that in order to achieve them we must have had faith in our capacity to do so. We might also look back at those areas in our lives where we have not been as successful and it finally dawns on us that in those areas we did not have faith. The awesome Marianne Williamson in her book The Divine Law of Compensation  says, “Faith is not just a theological principle; it is a mental and emotional muscle. It is an aspect of our consciousness, a function of the mind. With every attitude we demonstrate faith –either faith in what can go wrong or faith in what can go right. Our problem is we tend to have tremendous faith in the power of our disasters and far too little faith in the power of miracles”.

So how can we tap into more faith? How can we use it in our lives? Faith requires a shift in our thinking. We need the capacity to see beyond what is happening to what could be happening. Eve gazes out in the knowledge that the source energy of love is going to support her deepest desires. All she has to do is keep her focus on having that faith. She strengthens her faith muscle and focuses only upon those thoughts that serve her. When in this affirmed and loving state it frees our energy, thoughts and emotions and we can open our minds to new possibilities. Keep faith in your own vision and hold onto that vision. Affirm to yourself that your desires are possible, and repeat and repeat and repeat that belief. Set your intentions and give your faith muscle a work-out. The loving nature of source-energy cannot fail to meet your gaze head-on and deliver.

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