Have you learned how to decipher your life? Do you inventory your life in order to determine what is an asset and what is a defect? Dictionary.com describes decipher as to discover, make out or interpret the meaning of something. When I inventory my life and look at it from a non-obscure position, I can make sense to it and decipher what God may have been telling me. It seems, through my understanding, from years of deciphering, that God first begins by whispering, then slowly raising its voice until it becomes a full vociferation.
At the end of each day I perform a quick inventory hoping to catch God whispering. Every few months I perform a complete, but specific inventory prior to a spiritual oration. Yearly I perform a full and broad inventory before God’s vociferation. In this process, not only have I learned to decipher my current experiences, but I have found buried treasure in past experiences. Experiences can often hold many lessons and life is going to keep bringing the lessons until they are learned. In this kindergarten called life we are held back until we can pass the exam.
I have done hundreds of inventories. I use the blueprint found in any of the twelve step programs as it is in working the twelve steps that awareness and freedom is achieved. The more unresolved experiences I remove from my subconscious mind the higher and more vivid is my consciousness. I have learned that along with constant deciphering of my life experiences, I must improve my conscious contact with God, which requires constant prayer and meditation. My ability to decipher improves as I partner with God, who is the source of the lessons. If you want to learn how to decipher your life, remember…
Your Life is PERFECT!
Dr. Randolph Ek, Mpsy.D.