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Trust your Source
Hello everyone, Happy November!
It was three years ago this time of year when I attended a Hay House ‘I Can Do It Conference‘ in Tampa and heard a voice within say, “There’s a Hay House book inside of you“.
There was an incredible shift taking place for me in my life at that time that I was unaware of, but through these past three miraculous years, I’ve learned to trust the Universe to know what is best for me.
The conference started on Friday, November 20th with Dr. Wayne Dyer, a true treat. The week-end was inspiring and heart warming. I felt as if fireworks were going off inside my body. I listened, I shared, and I was inspired. By the third day, Sunday, November 22nd, I felt the shift within occur. As I was sitting in the back of the audience, listening to Sonia Choquette, I heard a small voice within say, “There’s a Hay House book in you.” I remember pausing for a moment to make sure that no-one else heard this. I shook my head and regained focus on Sonia. Within a few moments, I heard the voice again. This time a bit louder. It totally broke my concentration as the energy in my body started to rise. I took some deep breaths and refocused my attention once more. Within minutes, the voice came with the same message, “There’s a Hay House book inside of YOU.” The sensation within my body was so intense that I stood up and went outside to breathe deeply by the water behind the conference center.
I had chased many dreams in my life and so I felt a certain excitement and also pressure with this thought. I calmed my energy by taking deep breaths and focusing on the ebb and flow of the water before me, then suddenly I felt a release and declared to the Universe that I was not chasing this. I simply stated out loud, that I was willing.
I walked around for three days repeating that mantra, “I am willing.” On the third day after putting my son to bed, I felt an urge to go to the computer. It was at that point when I started writing the book.
I sat there for a few hours vigorously typing on the computer. I wasn’t really thinking about the words. Instead, they were flowing out of me. Around 10:15 pm, I sat back with a smile on my face and said, “Holy Cannoli! My whole life has been leading me to this!” I dedicated the book to my parents and walked away to retire to bed by 10:30 pm. I went to sleep that night with a smile upon my face as I thought of sharing my book with my parents the next day at Thanksgiving dinner.
The next morning, I awoke at 4 am from a terrible dream where I saw my dad being lowered into the ground in a coffin. I turned to the left to get a drink of water and shake the feelings from this nightmare and there, standing in his feety pajama’s, was my four year old, staring at me. I was startled. I asked him what he was doing up. He responded, “I had a weally bad dweam Mommy.” My eyes grew wide as I realized that our dreams were likely the same. He crawled into bed and I asked him to tell me about the dream. He looked directly into my eyes and very matter of factly said, “I can’t tell you this one.”
We fell back to sleep until the phone rang at 7 am on Thanksgiving Day. It was my mom, and her sad news was that my dad had been rushed to the hospital at 10:30 pm the evening before. The next few days were a bit surreal as my sisters, my mom and I, stood by my dad’s side waiting for a miracle, yet watching him slowly exit the Earth plane.
I had returned from Tampa on Sunday, November 22nd with a new mantra, “I am willing.” On the very next Sunday, November 29, 2009, I watched my dad take his last few breaths as I held him in my arms and sang ‘Over the Rainbow’…
What happened? How could it be that so much inspiration and so much devastation was happening at the very same time?
I stopped writing for awhile as I processed my grief from losing my amazing dad in such a short period of time. I cried for months and then one day my dad spoke to me in a dream. He said, “Enough is enough. No more crying. We have work to do.” Very shortly after that dream, I felt the flow of words for the book once again and I was now in that place of willingness for the shift to continue.
You see, my dad and I had an amazing connection because we both had the same vision for children. We both believed that childhood is the most precious time of life. I didn’t quite know that during our time together, but I absolutely see why we were father and daughter in this life. We have a mission. A mission to educate, enlighten and empower children and adults. My dad’s physical journey was done here, but his Spiritual contract was not. Now, when I sit at the computer to finish the book, I simply quiet my mind and ask for guidance. I know I’m not alone in writing this book and I know that it’s not about me. Instead, it’s about the importance of childhood.
The past three years have taught me to trust in God to know what’s right for me. When I quiet my mind and go within miracles happen. Today, I am a featured luminary on the popular Inspire Me Today website, tomorrow (March 2013) I bring my GIRLS Rule Program to a Hay House conference, and soon, you will have the book in your hands.
This Thanksgiving, give thanks for all of the miracles in your life, and remember that YOU are a part of something much bigger.
Some people think it’s really awful that my dad passed on Thanksgiving weekend. Yet, I see the timing of his transition impeccable, because I am so very thankful to have had him for my dad here on Earth and my partner on this Spiritual journey.
Lots of Love & Tons of Light,
Vicki Savini is a mother, a teacher, and an inspiring speaker, who has been empowering children & adults through individual consultations and group workshops for over a decade. She has experience not only in the field of psychology, but also in the healing arts, and overall wellness. Vicki is a licensed Science of Mind Practitioner, Reiki energy worker, and talented Life Coach. She uses her real world experiences and eclectic training to educate, enlighten, and empower individuals to believe in themselves and live their truth. Vicki teaches adults to change their thoughts in order to change their lives, and works holistically with children to build their self-esteem and self-concept.