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More on saying: Yes!

Friday, January 25, 2008

That is the greatest secret there is - to say yes. Then things start immediately opening and there is contact.

Life ordinarily prepares us to only say no. Life goes on corrupting our minds and creating doubts. Because of those doubts and because of those no's and the negatives, one becomes enclosed, one lives in a kind of imprisonment, a China Wall surrounds one. That wall is invisible, transparent, so you don't know that it is there, but it is always there. Once you say yes, it starts disappearing.

To say yes is to be religious. Yes is the most sacred word. One Christian saint, a really significant man, Saint Francis of Sales, had only six words in his prayer, "Yes, Father, yes, and always yes." That was his whole prayer and I have never come across a better prayer. Nothing more can be added to it: "yes, Father, yes, and always yes." But my feeling is that this is a kind of repetition. One yes will do: why say "Yes, Father, yes, and always yes."? Yes means everything. It is always, it is forever. One single yes is enough. It should be intense, it should be total.

One yes is already too much. And if you understand me, and some day you will understand me, if you can say yes without even using the word 'yes' then it is the uttermost in prayer. One word is more than enough; no word is the ultimate. Just a yes attitude, a climate of yes... not a verbalisation but a heart full of yes. Not something in the head but in the very bones and the marrow.

When you can say a total yes, the being starts becoming a flame. The being immediately flashes into a flame. It is exactly as if you bring a small flame into oxygen and it flares up. The moment you say yes your being flares up and becomes a great flame.


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Anonymous said...

I say Yes!!! to prosperity, health, healing, clarity of thinking, to the manifesting of my intentions, to beauty, to friends, to love, to my "office of fulfillment, to Life and the Magick of the Journey.

Shirley Twofeathers said...

I say yes to being able to say no when it means that I'm saying yes to so much stuff that it really adds up to a no and if this doesn't make sense, it's only because I said yes to posting on too many blogs and yes to staying up late and yes to propping my eyes open with toothpicks so now I'm saying no more blogging go to bed right now!

Anonymous said...

I say yes to opening myself to thoughts, feelings, possibilities that were not in my life just hours before. I say yes to reaching for something new and scary and bigger than my life now... I say yes to a BIG life, to big happiness and to BIG awakenings. I am waking with YES and I am sleeping with YES and I am vibrating all over with YES! YES! YES!

Anonymous said...

i came in in the middle and caught the middle of Harry met Sally..hehe..i really love all of you guys on here and i have missed participating. i guess i am saying yes to the truth about myself and others, and yes to all of the energy i am appealing to to find me and come into my life, yes to the hunt, yes to the journey, yes to the hardship of living a real life, and most importantly yes to feeling open to wide, blue, stretching possibility.

Anonymous said...

Well, let's see, I'm saying YES to getting married in April after 5 1/2 years. No more "this'll never work" and more, "Hey, this is actually working!". YES, it's ok to have joy and love in my life, wheter it lasts a moment, a week, a month or a lifetime. I'm saying YES to treasuring each sometimes imperfect but joyful moment.
I'm sayng YES to more relaxing and less endless housecleaning. YES to beautiful paths leading away from and into my open doors!
Oh, and at this moment YES to coffee on Monday's at 5:00 am. Oh Lord YES! For this I am grateful!!

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