I don’t even know if I slept last night. Kuri Lane ran through my head all night.
I woke up thinking about getting a header image, and thought, wouldn’t it be great if I could find a good picture of Kurichhan di Gullie? Maybe I’ll ask around. One of my cousins might have something.
I better get moving, Monday is finally here. I have refunds to get, domains to register, images to review.
It’s another sister’s 50th birthday today, so I’m looking through my iPhoto. I want to find a few pictures to make a birthday card for her. I do a search on a couple of years ago, where I know I’ll find some good pictures of us together. As I go through the search results, I see a bunch of images from my trip to India that same year. And, you know what I found? Yup, you guessed it, a picture that I took of Kurichhan di Gullie.
Of course. There are no coincidences.
The Universe is always conspiring to manifest whatever you are focused on.
It’s beyond perfect. It’s Divine Perfection. The image is better than anything I could have ever imagined. The colors are perfect. The image has an air of old world charm. The architecture is super cool.
It shows history. My history, my ancestry.
What could be better to brand my site!
Kurilane.com domain purchased. Refunds gotten. Header image in place. Move forth and conquer, universe! We’re really on a roll!
The universe never forgets your desires. Some may take longer to manifest. It just depends on the intensity and persistence of your thoughts and feelings.
I come from a family of 5 girls, my parents never had a son, and I’ve always had a desire to carry on the Kurichh family name. To keep my father’s legacy alive. But, lineage isn’t traced through women.
I am creating a site that memorializes the street that my father was born on, and his last name.
Are you freaking kidding me?
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
More Like This
Embrace your journey into self discovery.
Get inspired to create a life you love.
Awaken to the truth of your Divine Magnificence.
Get new content delivered directly to your inbox.
2 thoughts on “Synchronicity”