Two Abraham-Hicks quotes that I’ve heard recently have been reverberating excitedly within me.
“The only reason it hasn’t happened yet is because you keep noticing that it hasn’t happened yet.”
It really is that simple; I can feel that to be true.
This next one is probably not an exact quote, since I’m just running off of my memory:
Right now, there are four or five fully manifested paths to get you from where you are to where you want to be.
Early arguments against the Law of Attraction stemmed from the fact that it sounded like magic, which no one could believe in. “You can’t just sit and wish for things to just show up in your life,” they would say. “It doesn’t work that way!”
But this is the way it works:
1. When you begin to line up with your desires, you first create ease; you then create all sorts of positive feelings (such as excitement, joy, happiness, and anticipation).
These days, I fully understand the significance of that alone. Feeling good feels so good, that alone IS an accomplishment; it is an experience to appreciate.
2. The next level of manifestation is an idea.
That’s huge! Don’t underestimate it’s significance. It is huge because when you know what the solution is, carrying it out is easy…and fun. Furthermore, it is huge because an idea can pop in instantaneously. By realizing that everything you desire can start with an idea, you begin to see how easy it can all happen.
When I look at my life, there are issues I want to solve. There are patterns I want to resolve. I know that a single idea can start things rolling within each subject. Because I accept that, it thrills me to now consider that four or five paths, which already exist, are available to me. The fact that I don’t know about them yet now feels minor.
Contemplate any subject in your life where you want change that has, so far, seemed hard to come by. Spend a little time convincing yourself that the right idea could get you started on that change. Consider that it is really that simple. The ideas you have now, which seems improbable or impossible, are simply not the right ones. The right idea, you will discover, is easy…and fun!
Now consider that there is not merely the one solution, but four or five. Four or five fully viable paths (or plans) exist, right now, which can easily lead you from where you are to where you want to be.
Now isn’t that delightful to ponder?
Stop noticing (fretting over the idea) that you haven’t found the solution yet. Instead, notice that it really can be easy. You can simply put on your favorite song, step in the shower, and shake your booty while you lather up…then boom…the idea pops into that sudsy little head of yours.
I can remember so many times when ideas popped: in the shower, when on a walk, when vacuuming with my headphone on, or right when I woke up. Surely you have too, n’est-ce pas?
Before I let you go, I want to share a quick message from spirit that popped within my morning journaling:
Music helps many of you because it simultaneously puts you in the moment (the now) and in the flow (to the next moment). The patterns within music are predictable, which inspires anticipation. When you love a song, you love each moment and simultaneously anticipate the next moment, which you fully expect to love also.
While you ponder that quote, watch this: