Giggles Without Boundaries

December 10, 2018 at 11:01 am 28 comments

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Channeled by Brenda Hoffman for LifeTapestryCreations.com

Summary of Brenda’s December 8, 2018, channeled “Creation Energies” show at BlogTalkRadio.com/brenda-hoffman:   When you entered the earth, you adjusted to a dense physical body and negated most, if not all, of your previously experienced dimensions. You’re now doing the same in reverse. So you’re likely feeling chaotic this holiday season as you jump between 3D and 5D and adjust to new 5D experiences.

“Odd Duckling or Beautiful Swan?” is the title of last week’s “Brenda’s Blog” – her weekly channeled blog for LifeTapestryCreations.com.

Brenda’s “Creation Energies” show and “Brenda’s Blog” contain different channeled information.

Dear Ones,

You continue to be more task-oriented than child-centered. Yet your most direct action path is a child-like belief, innocence, and play. All of which most of you push to the sidelines as you complete one should task after another.

Even though you might enjoy those tasks, enjoying them does not necessarily preclude child-like fun and innocence.

Do you not feel some sparkles of joy and innocence when you observe a small child in Santa’s lap? Reviewing memories of how you used to believe in magic and joy without boundaries.

Likely, your flashes of joy or child-like fun are pierced by thoughts of what you should be doing – and enjoying it as you do. For you have shifted your joy from special occasions to everyday tasks – as we requested. Yet, most of you have not yet shifted your joy to child-like fun.

Child-like fun is created when you have no objective other than play. It does not matter if the floor is dirty or tomorrow’s presentation is complete, you merely drop personal shoulds to play and giggle.

You counter that you must finish the report or you might not have a job or clean the floor for a visitor – again giving your power to others.

You continue to push play to the end of your day or other smaller segments instead of awakening each day to plot giggles instead of daily shoulds. It is likely that if you fully allowed yourself to follow your giggles instead of shoulds, you would discover more efficient preparation or cleaning skills.

Relax and play more and your seemingly endless list of shoulds will melt away. Continue to focus on shoulds and play will falter, then fade into nothingness.

You cannot be new you if shoulds dominate your being.

Trusting new you will occur when you allow yourself the freedom to be in all your child-like sparkle.

Perhaps you cannot understand what we are speaking of for you have always established a to-do list that must be completed before playtime. When in truth, playtime will greatly decrease your to-do lists in ways you cannot yet imagine.

When work of any sort becomes part of your playtime, that work will dissolve easily and quickly.

Of course, you do not believe this concept is possible for you were trained to believe hard work produced results and play merely postponed the drudgery you faced after playtime.

Let us give you another thought that might help you switch activities from work-time to playtime. You are a new being in a new physical body so that which used to be required is no longer. You have different skills and interests than was true in 3D.

Your current difficulty is trusting those new skills for you remain convinced that hard work is required for all forward action. The opposite is now true. Hard work only creates more hard work as you focus on the diligent efforts to complete the task.

Your new approach is asking yourself if a task will be fun and if not, do not complete that task until you determine within yourself a more fun approach or no approach at all.

You are no longer of 3D. Yet you continue to approach “life is difficult, you’ll never get this done,” etc.

Trust your new self, enough to complete the task in fun instead of drudgery or not at all. Perhaps that task is not needed, or you will discover someone who enjoys doing this for you as you enjoy doing that for them.

You already know you do not have the same interests and skills as others. Yet you expect to enjoy all of the skills you found necessary in 3D as you trudge through those areas you really do not enjoy.

Your future is to play with what you enjoy and expect that someone will complete those tasks you do not, or you will create an easier way of completing them.

You are a new being in a new body with new skills and interests. Even though you have perhaps shifted your perceptions of those tasks you feel are drudgery, it is time to shift those tasks from shoulds to playtime or no time.

You are free.

Your new focus is child-like play. Any task that does not feel as such can be negated, shifted or created anew. All are within your new skillset. You are no longer one of the crowd. You are a special being with a special task not the least of which is claiming yourself through child-like innocence.

As a child, you expect to be cared for and fed. The same is true now. Expect those uncomfortable or abhorrent pieces to be completed in ways you cannot now imagine. It is time to open your child-like expectations that your reward for a job well-done is the freedom to create different methods of completing tasks.

You do not have the interest nor the energy to focus on unpleasant tasks. It is time for play. Play as you create your life of ease and giggles. So be it. Amen.

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    • 2. LifeTapestryCreations  |  December 10, 2018 at 11:11 am

      Thank you so much, Eliza, for reblogging my channel at Blue Dragon Journal bluedragonjournal.com

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  • 3. Robert  |  December 10, 2018 at 11:36 am

    So powerful, i love it!!!

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    • 4. LifeTapestryCreations  |  December 10, 2018 at 11:43 am

      Hi Robert,
      Thank you for letting my know that my channel resonated for/with you. It did the same for me.
      Blessings, Lots of Love and Ongoing Creation Sparkles,
      Brenda

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    • 5. Delfina Gasoido  |  December 10, 2018 at 3:07 pm

      Oh, yes!!! Powerful is the word!!!

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  • 6. Delfina Gasoido  |  December 10, 2018 at 3:06 pm

    “You do not have the interest nor the energy to focus on unpleasant tasks.” EXACT!!!
    I have had a very hard last few weeks. With my father’s health problems, entering and leaving the hospital and all the chaos and lack of control that this entails.
    And I said: enough!
    Not for him, he has been a great father, loving, attentive and caring, who has given us a good life and a happy childhood. I will be there for him for whatever he needs.
    I have said enough to life, to the universe, to God and in fact I have been saying it to me.
    Enough to create all these realities, that take me away from my real reason for being and especially my joy … and that dinner-dance on the Costa Azul with you, Brenda, and with our “honeys”. 😉
    Blessings, Lots of Love and Ongoing Creation Sparkles,
    Cristina

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    • 7. LifeTapestryCreations  |  December 10, 2018 at 4:26 pm

      Dear Cristine,
      I’m sorry to learn of your father’s illness. You’ve alluded to family emergencies before but I didn’t know that referred to your father. I’m sending loving, healing energies his way…and loving peace to you. Caring for an ill loved one is one of the most exhausting activities possible.

      As for the remainder of your message – “ENOUGH” is exactly right!!!!
      Blessings, Lots of Love and Ongoing Creation Sparkles,
      Brenda

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    • 8. Barb  |  December 10, 2018 at 7:46 pm

      Cristina– Thank you so much for sharing your message. I’m in a similar situation. My sister and I have been caring for our mother for quite some time (years, actually) with increasing responsibility, basically taking care of her life as well as her. She was in the hospital several weeks ago, then in rehab care, and now needs someone with her 24 hours a day. It’s exhausting. We’ve encountered a few angels (one male nurse in the hospital sang to the patients! So lovely!) but more people who could barely be bothered. They’re tired too, but it took so much effort just to learn what was going on. We do have some outside help, thankfully. Still, it’s a lot. We’re now looking at assisted living, but it’s a slow process.

      Similar to what you say about your father, it’s not about my mom, herself. It’s about caretaking and handling her life when I long so to fulfill my dreams and my joy. I had already said ENOUGH before this happened! Reading your experience and its parallels makes me wonder what this is really about. I had already settled emotionally with my mom and felt complete, so to have responsibility increase further was a shock. Maybe it’s about releasing the responsibility. I recognize that my life is equally important, but it’s difficult to find joy when someone else’s immediate needs are so… immediate! And she’s my mom!

      Brenda, what you’ve written here feels so true and clear to me, and I’m so ready. It just feels like I do have to take care of someone else first before I can have my joy. I try to find moments where I can, though that has become challenging at this point. Hopefully we’ll find a nurturing care home — rather than a big facility (even going to see places has been delayed for various reasons) — and things will be better for all of us very soon.

      Cristina, blessings for you finding your joy too, and for your father’s health.

      Love to you both —
      Barb

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      • 9. LifeTapestryCreations  |  December 12, 2018 at 6:46 pm

        Dear Barb,
        Like, Cristina, you must be absolutely exhausted. I’m so sorry that both of you seem to be the load carrier for others. Of course, you can’t stop caring for your mother or you would have. Is there anything for you to learn from or with your mother? Or is your exhaustion so complete that you merely want to go to bed as soon as you wake up?

        Please try to nurture yourself in any way you can. How loving that you want the best for your mother despite your exhaustion. Isn’t it amazing how love pushes through most often despite interactions of the past? We are love – something you probably don’t have the energy to think about right now.
        So Much Love, Blessings and Any Creation Sparkles,
        Brenda

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      • 10. Barb  |  December 13, 2018 at 2:02 pm

        Brenda —

        Thank you for your comments. It sounds like you speak from experience. –I don’t know if there’s anything left to learn with or from my mother. I had already resolved past issues (this and other lives). Yes to complete exhaustion, though, so understanding any purpose is out the window. (I’m pretty much a blob during time off.) Finally going to look at a couple of residence care places today. Fingers crossed for positive resolution. (A little frustrated by ongoing prompts from various sources to think about and envision what you want life to be. I’ve been doing it for ages!) Anyway — thank you for understanding. It’s *very much* appreciated.

        Love,
        Barb

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      • 11. LifeTapestryCreations  |  December 14, 2018 at 5:29 pm

        Dear Barb,
        My fingers, toes, and heart are crossed for you and your mother.
        Blessings, Lots of Love and Even a Few Creation Sparkles,
        Brenda
        PS Your right, I’ve had experience with caretaking exhaustion. My first husband died at 35 (I was 31) and my mother and father died in 2012.

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      • 12. Barb  |  December 16, 2018 at 2:12 pm

        Brenda–
        You’ve endured an exceptional amount of caretaking and loss. I’m so sorry. It’s so much to deal with once let alone multiple times.

        Much as I wanted to move on even before things intensified, I am appreciating smaller things more and valuing positive moments more. It’s not that I didn’t before, but the appreciation feels deeper now. I could argue the need for “this” to get “there” but who knows? (Although the idea then makes me wonder about my mother’s possible sacrifice, in her role, which is overwhelming to consider.) Whatever the truth, it’s been a whole other journey these last — almost 2 months.

        I think it’s also pushing me into surrender, which I am generally terrible at, because I have no clue what will happen and can only deal with what’s right in front of me. Today, it’s a bit of joy! Our caregiver is “on duty” and my sister and I are going to a performance of The Music Man — one of my favorite musicals! I’m back on later this evening, but it’ll be a lovely break. (We’re still looking at care places.)

        Much love,
        Barb

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      • 13. LifeTapestryCreations  |  December 17, 2018 at 3:56 pm

        Dear Barb,
        Perfect! You and your sister slipped in some fun despite your caregiving. I think most, if not all, forerunners have experienced a great deal of pain – allowing us to better understand others as well as clear lots of pieces that we might not have during this lifetime – this “get out of jail free” lifetime.
        Blessings, Lots of Love, and Ongoing Sparkling Creations,
        Brenda
        PS. I love the Music Man also!

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  • 14. Gil Cleeton  |  December 10, 2018 at 3:57 pm

    Brenda I think I wanted to play but developed ‘shoulds’ from a fear of punishment.

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    • 15. LifeTapestryCreations  |  December 10, 2018 at 4:27 pm

      Hi Gil,
      Join the club! I think that’s exactly what happened to many of us.
      Blessings, Lots of Love and Ongoing Creation Sparkles,
      Brenda

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    • 19. LifeTapestryCreations  |  December 11, 2018 at 1:29 pm

      Thank you so much, Janis, for reblogging my channel at Lighthearted Signs Lightheartedsigns.wordpress.com

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  • 20. janis´¯`·.¸ʚįɞ  |  December 10, 2018 at 11:19 pm

    Thank you, Brenda…needing this tonight and I wasn’t even expecting your post until tomorrow… ❤ ❤ ❤

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    • 22. LifeTapestryCreations  |  December 12, 2018 at 6:48 pm

      Thank you so much for reblogging my channel at Dreanweaver333 dreamweaver333.com

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  • 23. Gunnar  |  December 12, 2018 at 2:00 pm

    Thank you SO MUCH for sharing Brenda♥. Perfect timing, I needed powerful inspiration like this now.
    Love and Light♥♥♥

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    • 24. LifeTapestryCreations  |  December 12, 2018 at 6:49 pm

      Dear Gunnar,
      As so many of us do now!
      Blessings, Lots of Love and Ongoing Creation Sparkles,
      Brenda

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      Thank you so much for reblogging my channel at Jawes Creator jawescreator.wordpress.com

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  • 27. jawescreator  |  December 14, 2018 at 10:36 am

    Thank you so much Brenda. This article is a living miracle for me.

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    • 28. LifeTapestryCreations  |  December 14, 2018 at 5:35 pm

      Dear JawesCreator,
      Thank you so much for letting me know that this week’s channel resonated for/with you. Taking the information to heart, I created my own fun day today – reading and just playing. FUN!
      Blessings, Lots of Love and Ongoing Creation Sparkles,
      Brenda

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