Thursday, December 12, 2013

Warning Signs

Day 26 of 29 Days of Spiritual Messages.
Remember the science fiction television series Lost In Space? The show ran for three seasons (1965-68) and centered on the Robinson family who set out from an over-populated Earth in their spaceship Jupiter 2 to visit a planet with the hopes of colonizing it; however, the sabotage of Dr. Zachary Smith leaves them lost in space.
One of the characters, the family robot, is endowed with superhuman strength and futuristic weaponry, and often displays human characteristics such as laughter, sadness, and mockery. It is best known for its warning, "Danger, Will Robinson! Danger!" while flailing its arms to ward off any impending harm.
Just as the universe wants to provide for us, it also works to protect us from danger, harm, and inconveniences.

We get signals warning us of potential problems all the time.

But we may not always recognize these signs.

Ever get a "bad" feeling about something? That's the universe waving a red flag at us. These warnings come in the form of feelings, and they urge us to take pause, rethink the situation, and listen to our inner guidance system.

robot lost in space
Lost In Space
Sometimes we may not know why we are being warned, only that we are. This is the universe trying to redirect us to our best path.

Many times we choose to ignore our intuition when it warns us that something is not right. We end up dismissing unsettling feelings as illogical because it doesn't seem to make sense in the moment. We may even think that we are being paranoid or that it's our imagination.

Yet, when we look back at situations where we received warnings, the signs become clear to us.

These warnings are part of a divine system designed to protect us. We may not always understand them, but it is always in our best interest to pay attention to them. No harm comes from pausing for a moment to reconsider things. We are to pay look before we leap, knowing that the Universe is always looking out for us.

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