I got another healing request last week, so that was great.
Something makes me laugh as I observe my reality vs. Christine's reality.
She gets frustrated rather easily. We're cleaning up and packing for traveling to my mother's house tomorrow, for Thanksgiving. There have been minor frustrations throughout the evening.
Anyway, we have a laundry card. She was just about to leave to transfer the clothes from the washer to the drier, when she realized she had lost the card. It is one of those machines where you have to insert the card in order to start it, so that it can charge the $1.
She immediately started getting frustrated, and started looking around the floor. It was in her pocket, but it had to have fallen out somewhere in the house, probably in the living room.
I got the sense it was near the door, so I got up and started looking. Within about a minute or two, I found it about three feet from the door, near the leg of the chair. Of course I had to laugh at her for getting so frustrated when it could be found so easily.
Keep in mind that we are both blind, though she has a little vision, so looking for things can be very trying indeed.
The difference is that I know that everything will work out. So in most cases, even when things seem frustrating and hopeless, I know that it really isn't so. I try to stay calm, and usually the solution will arise. In this case, it was the intuitive sense of the location of the card. I didn't even have to think about it; I just knew it was by the door. This is how inspiration works in hoʻoponopono.
When we get frustrated, we block the way for inspiration to arise, because those negative emotions block the channel of inspiration. It requires a clear channel in order to arise.
Just something a bit humorous I wanted to share.