Day 43 – Chesed in Malchut

Recall: That first day of the count is akin to the momentous exodus from Egypt.  The excitement can feel overwhelming—that first day (Chesed in Chesed) and this day of Chesed in Malchut.  You are ready for change—doubt is cleared and you are charged to fulfill on your commitment to change.  Feel the energy and envision what you are Chesed energy—expansive.  The change you are seeking and implementing will become laser focused tomorrow—but today consider and meditate on how this change affects all aspects of your life—for one change leads and is connected to yours and other’s change.

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