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My Magic Corner

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In my past articles I've discussed how important it's been for me to stay connected to my spirituality. As you know if you’ve been following me, I tend to drift even though I know exactly how important it is to stay connected.

I've also been promising myself and everyone who reads these articles that if I managed to stay connected good things would happen to me.

Well, those good things have begun to happen. It started when I got the job I really wanted at Nordstrom. It's full time, which has been a big adjustment for me. It's also commission only. That's really been an adjustment! It means it will take time to build a steady income.

Rather than give up or get frustrated, I went deep into my spiritual practice. I made sure that I stayed clear about setting my intentions for my best and highest good. So, when I found myself drawn to one corner of my department I trusted myself and went, even though this wasn’t one of the areas where my co-workers generally congregated. I stayed with my instincts and waited. Before long, shopper after shopper was approaching me, asking for help.

All of a sudden I realized what was happening. This was the outcome of all the praying I'd be doing. I had found the space where those good things could happen. . .my own magic corner if you will.

Once again I'm reminded of how powerful I can be when I stay connected to my spiritual practice. So, get IN-side. Make a connection to your true self or to God or the Universe or the integrity of your own being or whatever name you give to the part of you that makes magic happen in your life. Find your comfort zone and stay there. Good things will come.

Mine just happens to be in Mens Resort Wear.

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