Thursday, April 30, 2009

Practice Makes Perfect

"When you acknowledge what you do not want, and then ask yourself, ?What is it that I do want?? you begin a gradual shift into the telling of your new story and into a much-improved point of attraction. You get the essence of what you think about?whether you want it or not?because Law of Attraction is unerringly consistent?therefore, you are never only telling the story of ?how it is now,? you are also telling the future experience that you are creating right now." Abraham

So often people are so very busy justifying where they are they don't see the connection between the stories they are telling and the realities they are living, as in we are the creators of our own reality. With humor, Abraham has said that if a tooth fell out, or a brick were to fall on our heads whenever we were focusing our minds on an unproductive level of energy we would eventually get the idea of the importance of staying focused on what we actually want to do, be and have. Remember, brief forays into areas of unproductive thought are really not an important player in our journey, but the habitual, focused, organ-recital-like expressions of our minds on everything that is wrong or bad wherein we are not drawing forth feelings of joy and expectation (a give-away to the folly of the moment), certainly are then acted upon by the great Law and into our lives they come.

So, practice telling your story of what you want to do, be or have. Let everything else but serve as a brief point of contrast that then energizes your mind to pull out all the stops of how wonderful it will be when type thinking.

Thursday, April 09, 2009

We truly call the shots

"Find thoughts that feel good, because it is inevitable that you are going to always be moving toward something. So why not be moving toward something that is pleasing? You can't cease to vibrate, and Law of Attraction will not stop responding to the vibration that you are offering. So, expansion is inevitable. You provide it, whether you know you do, or not. The only question is, what is the standard of joy that you are demanding for yourself? From your Nonphysical perspective, it's a high, high standard." (Abraham)

Would we want it different? Would we really want to be out of the loop of how manifestation happens? Would we actually opt to live in a universe where a roll of the dice determined our experience? Unity and New Thought have taught that life is consciousness, but really never delineated specifically the why. Napoleon Hill's original manuscript for Think and Grow Rich had frequent references to vibration, but the editors removed it, for somehow many are even frightened by the prospect of our being in the loop of how things come about in our lives, and it is all based on the Law of Attraction and the vibrational signature we are offering. As it has been said, it isn't our weakness that frightens us, it is our absolute power and authority.

So, find thoughts that add cubits of goodness to the vibrational signature you cannot help but offer to the Universe for fulfillment. Ratchet up the standard for joy, appreciation and thankfulness you are offering. If in the middle of something that truly sucks, reach for a level of feeling that doesn't. Dredge the past, present and the anticipated future for stories that bring joy to the surface. Never tell the story of what you don't want to be, do or have unless you want more of it--yet, you are eternal, so you truly can never get it wrong because you never get it done.

Thursday, April 02, 2009

"An activated thought means a thought that when I think it, I have a feeling response. If you're not having a feeling response to something, a feeling that feels good or a feeling that feels bad -- the thought is not that powerful, and it is probably not a big player in your vibrational mix." ....Abraham

So, don't think you have to chase down each and every thought that sifts through your mind and treat what you might you might once have described as being bad or wrong thinking as the enemy that must be wrestled to the ground and annihilated, just use the input of it not feeling good to you as reason to gently brush it aside and reach for a thought that does. True, habitual focused thought--of any kind--will eventually reach out to central casting and carpentry for an equivalent experience, but passing thoughts...no. Instead, monitor your feeling response more than each and every thought that some have said must be dissected and examined. If something isn't a major player in your thought world, then cut yourself some slack. If you are generally on the happy side of life, then ignore occasional thoughts that dip into the wild side.