Turn the other cheek 

Turning your attention away from things that feel bad and instead giving your full attention to things that feel good – that is not denial, that is deliberate creating

Every negative thing, person and experience has the potential to inspire you to give your full attention to the solution, the improvements and the desired outcome. 

Being deliberate about making that shift in your focus every day no matter how big or how small the issue might be will be of immense value to you, your life and everyone around you.

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My 2 children ♡♡

I am so happy that I have my two children. They enjoy each other ‘ s company so much. It is so much fun to see how they smile and light up in joy as they see each other. ♡ Yes, I love them both more and more each second. 

When you have a lot to do, choose your mood as you do those things! 

It doesn’t matter how much you have to do, you can still choose your mood as you do those things. You can choose to do them and feel a little worse or you can choose to do them and feel a little better. 

When you deliberately choose to improve your mood – no matter how slight – you improve your point of attraction and your entire day will reflect that positive change. It IS worth choosing to feel better!

“But what if my daughter starts thinking negatively just like me?”

“(…) So what happens with humans – and we love you so much and it’s so logical that you are this way (we’re just going to help you change) – is that you look at an end result, and then you want to assign to it these things that are the reasons for this end result. And we want you to do it the other way – we want you to find the vibration that creates a result rather than looking at a result that you’re trying trace back to the vibration. In other words, we want you to be pro-active rather than reactive. 

 To say, “I was in a bad place and I’ve passed on to someone else,” the thing most we don’t encourage about that is that you’re discounting some things that are very major: You’re discounting who your daughter is coming in, you’re discounting her Source Energy stream, you’re discounting her Vortex and what she was about, you’re discounting her Inner Being’s influence to her here and now – you’re taking far more credit for something that you have no business taking credit for whatsoever. All you’re doing is making a sort of Law of Attraction association with things that seem similar. Do you see what we’re getting at? 

(…)Yeah, you’re blaming your mother for things you’re doing, and you’re blaming yourself for things that your daughter is doing. And what we want to say to all of you is you’re all doing just fine. You’re all doing and did the best that you could do every step along the way. And nothing that ever happened before has anything to do with anything. What’s happening now is as a result of what you’re thinking now. So, if in your now, you’re thinking thoughts about the past that make you feel like this now, then you’re future is going to be full of more this now unnecessarily. Unnecessarily. 

The blame game is a big game. People play that game sort of with a knee-jerk reaction, because innately you know, deep down you know, that you are worthy and that you are good, and when something happens that doesn’t seem obvious that you are worthy and that you are good, then you start looking for reasons to explain it. And it’s entrapment; it’s unnecessary. Cut it out.” 

AbrahamHicks, 30/1 2016

Choose new beliefs that support the outcome you desire! 

Have fun as you change your beliefs. Imagine your desired outcome again and again, feel how good it feels to be it, do it and have it! As you continue to tell yourself your new exciting good-feeling story you will begin to believe it and when you do, it comes!

Don’t share your new ideas, get really excited about them first!

“Alignment trumps everything, so when you’re in alignment, another one cannot oppose you enough to slow you down unless you are giving them your attention and pushing against them. And that’s the hard thing, that’s why you usually want people to agree with you who are up close to you, because when they don’t agree and you focus upon their disagreement, then you’re not in the receptive mode anymore. So the question is, “How can I stay in the receptive mode when I’m up close to someone who disagrees with something that I am doing?” And we say you have to care more about the receptive mode than about their agreement.

(…)Well the thing that we most want to say is that you are the creator of your own reality and yes, there are those around you who will come into cooperation with you, and so this is also a conversation about, “How can I get someone who is uncooperative to become cooperative?” And we say, well it certainly isn’t to focus on their lack of cooperation, because that just gets them to stand stronger.

Jerry wrote a paper many, many years ago, and the title of it was (a long title), ‘Keep Your Ideas To Yourself Until They Are Fully Developed’. And so it’s about getting momentum going. We are certain that no one would oppose something that felt like a good idea to them, and we are certain that no one would oppose something if they were watching evidence of things coming into place. And so what happens sometimes is you get an idea, and you may be following it out, but you haven’t followed it out enough that it really has strong enough momentum to be influential to another.

And so what you’re actually asking of one another often is, “Hey, I have a hunch that this might work out, and I’m wanting you to fully support my hunch.” And we would not do that, we wouldn’t even talk about a hunch. We would make sure the Energy was really moving fully before we ask anyone else to join in with the idea of it. Do you see what we’re getting at?

Don’t ask people to go against their intentions or their beliefs in support of yours, ask them to support their own intentions and their own beliefs. But if you can get to the place where you don’t feel like you need someone’s support in order for you to have Universal support, now you are truly free. And often someone who was a doubter becomes a believer. Someone who didn’t think it was a good idea comes to realize that it is a good idea. But almost always these conflicts come because neither one – and in this case usually the one who is sure that they want to do it and not getting the support, you really don’t have the momentum in place before you’re asking someone else to come along with you.

It’s not easy in a world who believes something when they see it to ask them to believe something before they can see it. It’s asking quite a bit, we know. These conversations that we have here with the likes of you are really leading edge conversations. We’re asking you to allow yourself to produce cooperative emotion based upon things that you can’t see. In religious terms it’s called faith. But we’re not asking you to believe in something that you’re afraid of, we’re asking you to believe in something that you’re excited by.

And so we know it’s a lot to ask, but if you can, leave even those up close up to you sort of out of the equation a little while. Esther would say to Jerry, “I really want to talk about this because I want to know what you think.” And Jerry would say, “I don’t think you want to know what I think, I think you want me to agree with what you think.” And Esther would say, “Busted,” because, for some reason, it was easier for her to think it if he’d think it, too.

(…)And so keep the ideas to yourself until they’ve gained enough momentum that nothing can slow them down, and then you don’t feel resentful of somebody who doesn’t join you, you just have mild amusement at their inability to see what you can so clearly see.(…)”

Abraham Hicks, 30/1 2016

You can become one of the happiest people on earth, now

There are no happier people on this planet than those who decide that they want something, define what they want, get hold of the feeling of it even before it’s manifestation and then joyously watch the unfolding as, piece by piece by piece, it begins to unfold. That’s the feeling of your hands in the clay (feet in the sand).”

Abraham Hicks