To get your hopes up means to anticipate a positive outcome … the one you want. Some will tell you, “Don’t get your hopes up,” for they do not want you to be disappointed should your desire not come to fruition. Do you not know that anticipation and dreaming are part of the creative process? Yes, you know a thing may never come to pass, and yet you hold onto hope. Wish for “this, or something even more wonderful” why don’t you? Humans place limits on human beings. Souls are spacious and know that creative potential is limitless. You are both human and soul, dear one. Just how far can you release your limited thoughts and raise those hopes?
You are so very loved.
Just a comment about the concepts we are being introduced to regarding Love being at the core of Source and Connectedness. I have trouble getting my head around this but something I heard the other night struck a chord in me. I was watching a documentary about ‘Infinity’ and one of the scientists spoke about how when he was a teenager his realization that time and space appears to be infinite made him feel insignificant and useless. He felt for a time that nothing and no one really mattered. Then he fell in love. Suddenly, he said, everything changed and everything and everyone mattered. In my head I heard Suzanne say “isn’t that interesting”, LOL. For me hearing him say this made a striking impression. Such a simple but uplifting story and another small step towards better understanding. Take care everyone, Colleen
It touched me deeply today this unlimited way of hope. The daily reminder from all points of view….from the limited human fear for disappointment to the wide open arms full of love and creativity of the soul.
I had just sent a text to my son’s lovely partner about remaining optimistic and hoping for a positive outcome to a dilemma in 2023 when I read today’s message.
Thank you for word for word reinforcement!
My golden retriever is dying of bone cancer. I give him massages everyday and while doing ask my guides and my moms soul, our previous dogs soul to take some of his pain away.
Looking back at my life, i recognize many efforts of others who saw something in me and tried to assist me toward goals they believed were (or might/could be) my goals. I am stunned how accurate “outsiders” were… and how hard they tried to impress upon me that i had “potential” for this or that. My family never did that in a recognizable way. So – neither did i recognize my potentials. I just meandered through life. I wish i knew then, what i know now. I thought then, that dreams and hopes were just pleasant thoughts. The word “aim” never entered the picture.
My meanderings brought me to who i am today. But oh, yes!!!… i would have liked to know how to aim, way back when.
“Teach your children well…”