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I am a catalyst of energy and so are you!

I am a catalyst of energy and so are you!

I’d like to share some key thoughts that have shifted my energy. As long as you believe you are the producer of your own energy, you will always be tired and weary and feel there is never enough. You do, of course, play a significant role in your energy by getting proper rest and nutrition, but you are not the producer of your own vibrant energy any more than you had to think about breathing today before you took your first breath. You can work with healers to increase your light and your essence, yet your energy comes from Spirit. What a joy to awaken into a new day and hear all the creatures on the planet singing with enthusiasm. It’s a brand-new day. My energy only increases, for I know I am a catalyst of energy rather than the sole producer of it.

 

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