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Thoughts from Heaven (1)

A thought about thoughts

What to do with those negative thoughts that grab hold of you sometimes when you’re not looking and do their best to ruin your day or even your life? Some try to ignore them. Some try to change them. But really, who cares? You are an angel of light sent from Heaven with a unique gift to give in this little corner of the cosmos, and negative thoughts have no power over you whatsoever. All you have to do is hold them up to the light of your own radiance and they will shrivel to dust in an instant, if not sooner.

Let’s look at one of these little demons, shall we, just for fun, and hold it up to the light of truth together? How about this strange notion that you are of no more use once you reach a certain age? For Heaven’s sake, where did that idea come from? Does spirit grow old? Not in a million years. Not in a hundred million years. Your spirit is eternal. It is ageless.

So let’s toss that mangy, flea-ridden idea into the fire right now. Hell is where it belongs, but Heaven is where YOU belong. It's where you will always belong -- long after you have completed your present wondrous adventure in a fairytale planet -- and long after earth itself has fulfilled its own mission.

Blessings and love to you.


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David and Diane Banner September 16, 2014 at 3:07 pm

Beautiful truth, Chris…..this idea and many others need to be ignored for the dross they really are……..


Christopher Foster September 16, 2014 at 6:36 pm

Thank you David and Diane. It’s good to be together in this extraordinary adventure we are on. My love to you both.


Trefot September 16, 2014 at 3:31 pm

Hi Chris
I am emailing you sitting in a field with a dragonfly on my typing finger, as my two dogs amuse themselves.Such beautiful and inspirational post my friend and a blessing to all who read it.Sending you the light and warmth the Sun is beaming down upon me and much gratitude for your presence and presents on this fantastic planet.
Keep up the good words


Christopher Foster September 16, 2014 at 6:40 pm

What a lovely comment Tman. Thank you so very much. I could feel the dragonfly on my finger and the sun shining down on me as I read your words. What are the names of your two dogs by the way? Can you give them a pet for me from faraway?


Maureen Moeller September 17, 2014 at 8:04 am

So encouraging and concise Christopher. We make our own heaven here on earth don’t we? It is heaven when we make enough space in our heart to love every sentient being here on earth. It is heaven when we become fully conscious and realize the glorious beauty of Mother Earth and decide to help rather than hurt her. It is heaven when we accept we are a very precious part of a universal whole and recognize we are all interconnected. My favorite is “it is heaven when we believe/know our spirit is timeless and never dies”. Thank you for your enlightening gift of words Chris. Love, joy and peace to you and Joann.


Christopher Foster September 17, 2014 at 1:51 pm

Your words are beautiful, Maureen. Thank you so much for sharing. You’ve given a lovely description of what it takes to let heaven bloom in our lives. It’s really not too difficult is it? So good to share this extraordinary adventure with you. Blessings.


Ken harris September 17, 2014 at 8:05 am

Dear Chris,
Thank you for this reminder of the truth! Just this morning the ego voice spoke with me saying .”you are too old ken give up your dream “! I needed to hear your message to shut it up and proceed full steam ahead despite my age or any other lies it tries to tell me to give up! THANK YOU FOR POSTING THIS TODAY!
Blessings Ken


Christopher Foster September 17, 2014 at 1:56 pm

What beautiful words Ken. Blessings to you too. Yessir. What was it an American admiral said? Something like, “Full steam ahead and damn the torpedoes.” I’m delighted to be in touch with you in this way and wish you all the very best. Personally, I think the best is yet to come:-)


Lynne September 18, 2014 at 7:50 am

It’s a shame that our culture is so different from those who revere their elders for their wisdom and experience. It’s a huge loss for our generations. I’m happy to have the comfort, wisdom, and experience of those who go ahead of me. Thanks, Christopher.


Christopher Foster September 18, 2014 at 3:08 pm

Your words are healing and filled with blessing, Lynne. Thank you so much. Surely this is how creative change comes. When we dare to think for ourselves and honor the wholeness that is the truth of our existence. Love and blessings to you.


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