I sent the following quote from James Redfield, along with more words of encouragement, to a client. I didn’t realize it at the time, but she reported that she was — just that day — at a particularly low point on her project. “Your words themselves are heartening,” she told me.
As James Redfield observes:
“We’re all in place to do something of great magnitude and courage.Â It does
not have to be anything of wide scope, or even something that a lot of
people know about. It’s about touching the lives of people who cross our
Author of Celestine Prophecy
Connie Ragan Green’s 30 Day Blog Challenge has put me into a space of engaging in conversations with brand-new friends and fellow travelers that I am meeting in the virtual worlds, toggling between my blog, their blogs, tweeting, retweeting, connecting to Networked Blogs Ap on Facebook, and posting to Facebook and Linked In. Whew. So many ways to connect! This blog challenge is all about trusting that those who will benefit and resonate from my words of inspiration and encouragement will find their way into this particular circle.
Just like in the classes and group coaching I’ve put myself into over the years, and as my friend Alan Hickman says, “The perfect people show up. Whoever is supposed to be there, shows up.”Â (Alan is co-author, with Jan Stringer,Â BEE-ing Attraction: What Love Has to Do with Business and Marketing . ) So from these classes, workshops, and even the blogging challenge, I’m discovering that the most amazing connections have resulted — seemingly by accident.
Such synchronicity is not an accident!
It is no accident that you have come upon this right now. To reiterate Mr. Redfield, “It’s about touching the lives of people who cross our path.” Put another way, (it’s spring after all, with new gardens and young growth,) it’s a matter of blooming where you are planted.
May you enjoy these 30 days and more of discovering that the just-right people cross your path — those who will enjoy the blooming of your gifts and the greatness of your project and venture.
Follow the fun on Twitter at #blog30. We’re 1/3 of the way there!
5 thoughts on “Synchronicities Are No Accident–Blog Challenge Post 10”
Blogs touch our lives in many ways. Quiet encouragement is something I appreciate – a nice counter weight to the mainstream marketing we are often assaulted by in main stream media. Blogs can be so authentic. Thanks Bobbye.
Bobbye – beautiful post at just the right time in our challeng. you are so correct about the synchronicity. I have really enjoyed “meeting” so many like-minded people out there who I now consider to be part of “my world” – no more operating in a vacuum. AND I’ve learned an amazing amount of information in these short 10 days. Great post
Thank you for being you, for all your heart and integrity and teaching! You are a fantastic fellow-traveler on this very interesting road! And yes, this is perfect timing for me, giving me a place to test my voice and book ideas.
Great post! It’s amazing how much is happening as a result of this 30 day blogging challenge. This came at the right time with the right people, and I am just proud to be a part of it with all of you.