Dr. Carol Clark

Be In Light

The offspring of a customized orbiter
Dr. Carol Clark is a Board certified sex therapist and addictions counselor; and president and senior instructor for Therapy Certification Training, the International Transgender Certification Association, and the International Institute of Clinical Sexology.
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Dr. Carol L Clark

 

I knew someone once who used to throw away pennies. I saw a whole pile of them in her waste basket one time. They had no value to her because, after all, they were only pennies.

I, on the other hand, pick up pennies wherever I go. I find them on sidewalks and streets, in old pocket books and in furniture. I collect them all. I see pennies as gifts from the Universe and when I accept those gifts, small as they may be, then the Universe will give me larger gifts. By opening myself up to be grateful for whatever comes my way, I open myself up to everything. I don’t put conditions on gifts, I accept them
enthusiastically.

Picking up pennies gives me something to be joyful about. Seeing a penny is a sign to me that I will get what I need, that the Universe is providing for me. Some days,I’ll get a few pennies, or maybe even a dime or quarter! Those days are quite special, because they remind me how bountiful the Universe can be.

Finding pennies is an opportunity to practice being “in the moment,” being Connected, or being in recovery Whatever else is weighing on my mind, seeing that penny and picking it up will ground me immediately
and remind me that I’m ok, I’ll be ok, and I can just be happy right here, right now.

I have what I need to be happy, because all I need is a penny. People who throw away
pennies, well, they’re the ones throwing away other things that matter. They keep looking for that $100 bill to blow down the street, and then they miss all the other gifts that surround them.

Lyrics to the song, Pennies from Heaven, Writer(s): Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston.

A long time ago 
A million years BC
The best things in life
Were absolutely free.
But no one appreciated
A sky that was always blue.
And no one congratulated
A moon that was always new.
So it was planned that they would vanish
now and them
And you must pay before you get them back
again.
That’s what storms were made for
And you shouldn’t be afraid for
Every time it rains it rains
Pennies from heaven.
Don’t you know each cloud contains
Pennies from heaven.
You’ll find yor fortune falling
All over town.
Be sure that your umbrella is upside down.
Trade them for a package of sunshine and
flowers.
If you want the things you love
You must have showers.
So when you hear it thunder
Don’t run under a tree.
There’ll be pennies from heaven for you and
me.