Saturday, May 12, 2007

Abraham-Hicks speaking to the mother of a beautiful baby girl

GUEST: People here know that you have helped me create my beautiful baby girl who is the most joyful, sparkling thing I have ever seen in my life. Now if you could take it a step further and tell me everything you know about how to treat her at this stage in her life, or remind me of everything that I know.

ABRAHAM: Treat her as if she knows. Honor her ability to choose, and trust that, in time, she will learn how to choose. Teach her, through the clarity of your example, which means, you cannot teach her connection unless you are connected. Do your dominant interacting with her when you are feeling your very best, and any time you don't feel that good, make yourself scarce from her.

When she asks questions, applaud every one of them, and if you don't have the answer, still applaud her question. And let her know, early on, that the knowledge that she seeks, and the good that is natural to her, will come from all kinds of places, not only through you. Encourage her independence from you, as quickly as you can, so that she can discover the thrill of creating on her own.

Fill her with words of encouragement. If you find a moment of dissatisfaction with her, swallow it. Do not speak it. But let the desire that is born out of that, roll across your mind in the night. Develop it fully until you have visualized a full picture of what you know she is wanting, relative to any subject. And once you have come to feel familiar about that, then begin to express it to her.

When you speak to her, always speak what you feel. If you don't feel good, don't speak. If you are always speaking what you feel and you are only speaking when you feel good, what you are doing is always opening a vortex that connects with the Energy and always flooding it into the relationship that you are having.

If, as she grows, she finds something that displeases you, and you feel that it is your job to correct her, and you do, and you feel the negative emotion that is within you, know that, in this moment of teaching your child, your Inner Being is not there with you. Come to trust the way you feel, and express to your little one only in your times of connection. There is plenty of contrast out there for her. And in doing this, what you will teach her is what it is like to be with someone who is, for the most part, connected to Core Energy. You will give her an up close example of how well the Universe responds to someone who's in vibrational harmony with Source.

It is not your job to protect her or guard her from anything, because there is nothing to be protected from unless you make it part of your consciousness. As she grows and begins to interact with others, there will be plenty who will be offering that information to her, and when that begins to occur, do not push against it. Do not feel that her connection is fragile. It isn't. She can get back to it easily. Impart to her: Her connection, that she is living fully now, and that you are learning or relearning and living much of the time, is not a fragile thing. You don't have to protect anyone from anything. Mostly, just get happy and stay there.

GUEST: I'm so busy because I'm working full time and I'm a single parent, and everything's going very nicely. I used to take three or four hours before I'd get those 17 seconds going. But when I did it, it was great, and it obviously worked. Now I may have five minutes. She's crying. Or something's going on. I know that I can do this. I'm just not real snappy at it yet.

ABRAHAM: Well, you get better and better at it. But here's a very strong statement to chew on for a while: Your child would benefit more from your full schedule, where there are all kinds of things that you are focusing on, that are drawing Energy through you, than if you had long leisurely afternoons with not a thought in your head, only to bask and pamper yourself and her, because what she benefits most from is the Energy that flows. And so, the busier you are, the more things you have to think about, the more decisions you're making in every day, the more Life Force is flowing through you.

GUEST: So it's okay? I don't have to worry as long as I'm appreciating, because I feel like I need to create for two now, because she's such a little sweet thing.

ABRAHAM: Well, in truth, she is the more dominant Creator now, because in her freshness and newness, there is pure desire that flows through her. And so, you are sort of swept up into the vortex of that Well-being. The most important thing that we are wanting to impart to you is: Your child is not fragile, and it is not your job to protect her from anything. It is your job to appreciate her, to appreciate all things, to let life flow through you, to live your life and let her live hers. She is very little and it's hard to imagine it, at this point, but these are the things that she would want us to tell you. What she wants you to know is, it's going to be a great life, and it's going to be more fun all the time. And that, every day, nearly so, there will be a new experience and that there will be no ending to the unfolding of it. And for you to stand in your now and try to anticipate that would be utterly overwhelming.

GUEST: So, I don't have to plan?

ABRAHAM: You don't have to plan anything. All you're wanting to do is focus. Stand where you are in your fresh wanting, offer it to the Universe, and let the Universe respond. Give her an opportunity to see a Deliberate Creator fully involved in one's life. Your connection with her was set into motion by the intentions you put forth before her birth. She understands you. She understands all of this. She will not be a child that you will have a difficult time explaining these things to. She already understands. In fact, it will be second nature to her, and by the time she is ready to communicate, and by the time she is old enough that she's really wanting to get off on her own, you will have figured it out. And she's counting on that. The conversations we have with her go like, "Abraham, by the time I'm really ready to get out there and roll, is my mom going to understand that all is well, enough, that she's going to let me do it?"

Abraham-Hicks, 08/02/98
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3 Comments:

At Tuesday, May 15, 2007 at 12:04:00 AM EDT, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, Suzanne,

Thanks for sharing this. :) I'm new to Abraham-Hicks, so I've not had the chance to read so much of their material yet. I have also enjoyed reading your entry on writing and the Abraham-Hicks's quotes on the creative endeavor of writing. Thank you. :)

 
At Tuesday, May 15, 2007 at 7:07:00 PM EDT, Blogger Suzanne said...

Hello,

Abraham's vision of children is amazing. I'm glad you enjoyed it, too.

I found Abraham-Hicks about three and a half years ago and this information was just what I was looking for. I'm much happier and making discoveries of new ways to think about myself and the world all the time.

If you've never heard Abraham speak through Esther, I recommend the link in my sidebar: the 11 minute Audio workshop on well-being and contrast. It's a good one.

I've listed some links for Abraham quotes, but if you are ever looking for something on a particular topic just leave a comment. I have lots of quotes saved. The Law of Attraction will bring you the information here or in a surprising way. The Universe likes to have fun with all of this.

Thank you for much for saying hello and sharing your appreciation. I enjoyed hearing from you.

Wishing you a beauty of a day,

~Suzanne

 
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