What do you do when you've just come out of the shower and you realise you could take another bin down - you can hear the dustcart!
And your bladder's a bit full with that litre and a bit of watermelon, pineapple and rosewater smoothie you just had!
You could ask, "What's possible?".
That's what I did!
And here's what happened:
I asked, "What's next?".
Body asks to release said smoothie.
Body then suggests putting on some clothes.
And I ask what it would like to wear, as the drawers and cupboards open.
And next - shoes and socks.
Can I still hear the dustcart? What's possible?
"Never give up! Never give in! And never quit!"
What's getting created?
So what, if I get down there and the cart's gone!
I can put the wheelie-bin back.
Get bin bag!
Go down the stairs, asking some fun questions...."What energy, space & consciousness can my body & I be to be the energy of having and accumulating money with ease?"
Get outside. Stop.
Can I hear the cart?
Did it go around the corner?
Make towards the corner....and the sweet kitten from across the road trots towards me to say, "Hello!".
We exchange salutations.
I head for the corner and builders are singing loudly along to "That thing!", by Lauryn Hill.
Fantastic! They're enjoying themselves so much in this cold, windy & dull looking day!
I follow the sound of the cart.
Around another corner. This is more fun than I expected.
There it is! The cart.
I am smiling broadly that I chose this.
Approach cart and the man, putting the wheelie bins onto the back.
Exchange jokes about whether I've got money in my bin.
"What would it be like to have so much money, putting it in the bin was nothing?"
He's beaming!!! Chuckling.
And I turn and return home with a great big smile on my face.
How does it get better than this?
I get back, still drizzly, and all the bins are out.
And I ask what would it create to put everybody's bins back?
And so I do! I put them all back in the bin store-room and put them neatly in their places in order.
And I feel great.
I wasn't expecting any of that.
I wonder what else I think may be a pain to do, that could be a delight?