Saturday, February 09, 2008

Abraham-Hicks: The window of opportunity is always open

Sometimes physical beings will say, "Well, I'm afraid that I've missed my opportunity. I wanted it, but my window [of opportunity] opened but I wasn't there for it and so my window closed." And we say that window is always open. You may close it for a moment, but it opens right up again. In other words, the Universe never stops hearing you and never stops answering you. You are deserving beyond our ability to find words to explain. And it is your job to find yourself in that place of letting it in.

Now we know that a feeling of worthiness does let it in. And we know that there are many of you who, for whatever reason, decided that you're not worthy, and that might be [a] reason that you're not letting it in. But we don't think it is the predominant reason. We think that there are about 2,000 things that you're doing every day that you haven't been aware that you are doing that you think is all right to do because "after all, it's true!"

You see? And as you come to recognize that even though it's 'true,' doing it, saying it, feeling it is holding yourself ­- deliberately or not -­ in the place of not letting yourself be in the receiving mode of the very things that you're asking for, and the slightest little adjustment will begin to cause avalanches of stuff you've been asking for to flow into your experience.

We're not just talking about the material manifestations.... We're also talking about clarity in the moment or the sensation of vitality. We're talking about a feeling of awareness, a feeling of being in the moment. We're talking about saying the right thing at the right time. We're talking about being intuitive so that you know what freeway to take, so that you sense whether there's a blockage somewhere.... We're talking about being so in sync with who you really are that you have broader view flowing through you at all times, so that you are the fully-blossomed Nonphysical energy in human form that you have come forth here to be.

Abraham-Hicks -­ North Los Angeles, CA, 8/13/01

So, if you find yourself wanting to think about the things you want and wanting to talk about them with others, if the desire is calling your interest and calling your attention and calling your action, then you're pretty well lined up with it, and it is unfolding. But if it feels like work; if you're thinking about your desire because you have been told that goal-setting is important and that Deliberate Creation is about thinking about what you want; if it feels like you are making it happen rather than letting it happen, then there may still be some resistance within your vibration.

Abraham-Hicks, Boca Raton, FL, 12/13/03

Every time you praise something, every time you appreciate something, every time you feel good about something, you are telling the Universe, "More of this, please. More of this, please." You need never again make another verbal statement of this intent, and if you were allowing your cork to float---all good things would flow to you.

Abraham-Hicks, 4/19/97

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Thursday, February 07, 2008

My observations of the beauty and lovable humor of nature

Setting moon in the pinks of a dawn sky - an enchanting moment in time.

Some drama in the field... - a tale of a gander and his lady.

The "duck alarm" goes off - Ducks and geese band together -- the little brown female ducks lead the group. Sweet and funny.

Whoopee. It's RAINING!!! Dr. Emoto and blessing the water. - Rain, oceans, our bodies. The water in us and around us is a blessing. Dr. Emoto on blessing water.

Who's playing games? Playfulness in the clouds.


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Saturday, February 02, 2008

Clarity on contrast and resistance as given by Abraham-Hicks

I was looking for Abraham's definition of contrast and was surprised to find this one in Ask and It Is Given: ...the contrast, or variety, in which you are standing provides the perfect environment for the formation of your personal preferences.

I've been working with Abraham's information for about four years and had wandered off into my own version of contrast. I was thinking of contrast as something I didn't want, but I'm reminded that Abraham is saying life offers a buffet of choices, and from seeing the contrast among the choices, we conclude what we want. There is no value one way or the other with what is offered -- it's value only depends on what we desire.

So, why does it feel unpleasant when I see something I don't want? Because of my thoughts and feelings about it. What I was thinking of as contrast was actually my own resistance.

Even as a child I can remember being aware that when I felt bad it wasn't about the person or thing I was contemplating -- they weren't in my head making those thoughts -- I was the one thinking them. I just didn't know what to do to change those thoughts because they sure seemed to be caused by people or events outside of me. I also didn't know how to create what I wanted to experience. Abraham has given me the key.

In these four years it's been a long learning process to turn my thinking around. I approach changing my thoughts and feelings from different angles, work with it, and am very happy with the changes I've experienced. As Abraham says, we never get it done so there's more and better to come.

This is a post about a simple thing, a thought, a change in perspective. I offer it to you as part of the abundance in the buffet -- a little morsel that may be a tasty part of your life today or may be waiting in your thoughts if you ever need it.

Bon Appétit!!
The quote above is from Ask and It is Given by Esther and Jerry Hicks, p. 17.

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