Purim is a time that I always am blessed to see Hashem in my life in such a beautiful way, and this year is no exception.
Usually, a week or so before, I start to get an idea for my annual Purim Poem. I just "hear" it in my head. This year I noticed that nothing was coming, despite my awareness that Purim was fast approaching. It didn't cause me any concern, just notice.
Two days before Purim, I was preparing to return to New York from visiting my daughter in Florida. I couldn't seem to settle down to go to sleep.
Then it happened! The words started FLOWing (I'll explain more) and I wrote,. Around 2 am I finished and then got to sleep.
A little fact checking and a tweak here and there, and here it is for you.
See more about FLOW below the poem.
It "happened" seemingly by coincidence, although we all know there are no coincidences.
A friend felt inspired to do something for Klal, so she got a small group of women together about 6 weeks ago on a motzei Shabbos to discuss it. What we came up with was to send love to ourselves and to others, including someone that it's hard to do that with, as well as to Klal and Hashem.
What has unfolded since starting is what I call The Flow--sending forgiveness, acceptance, compassion, gratitude and love to ourselves, our family and more. I send out text and email "reminders" daily.
What I have seen, and what others are reporting is noticeable increase of "FLOW" in life, B"H. It could be in something as seemingly simple as getting parking spaces more easily,to improvement in relationships, health and many other kinds of success.
My explanation is that the opposite of FLOW is FORCE: having to try hard, struggle, etc. By increasing the positive FROM you, it increases the positive TO you (the Law of Attraction).
I am posting it here for you to download and use. There are 2 versions; the longer one has explanations and directions. The short one is just the steps.
Why don't you try it for 30 days and see what happens? And please share it with others. It doesn't take millions of people to create change. Who knows how much your effort will bring to change the world?
I am delighted to support you in any way, including daily reminders. Just contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.