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Saturday, January 30, 2010

The Better It Gets, The Better It Gets!

I feel very fortunate to have had the experience of having MORE of what I want in my life for a consistent amount of time now. It's fun to see what I desire show up quickly and almost effortlessly. I say almost effortless, because it does take staying on track and being vigilant in keeping my focus on what I DO want and how I want my future to be. It has become easier and easier to notice when my thoughts are leaning in the direction of what I don't want. I'm feeling good so much of the time that when I'm not feeling good I notice it right away, this is when I decide to find something that feels good and that gets me back on track of manifesting my desires  faster. It's also a great way to enjoy my life more right here and now.
The more clear and deliberate you are in creating what you DO want, the more obvious it will be when you are heading in the direction of what you don't want.
The more you practice keeping your thoughts and focus going in the direction of your desires, the easier it all gets and the faster your manifestations happen.
In other words, the better it gets the better it gets...it's not just cliche...it's truth!

Here are a couple of Abraham-Hicks clips that I found to be helpful :






Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Tell It The Way You Want It To Be

If you're wanting it different than how it is, then start telling the story the way you want it to be.




Abraham-Hicks on Telling a New Story
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Posted by PhilosophersNotes on January 21, 2009 1:32 PM PST
Topic: Inspiration

“You have to begin to tell the story of your life as you now want it to be and discontinue the tales of how it has been or of how it is.” ~ Esther and Jerry Hicks from Money, and the Law of Attraction
I love that. What story are you telling yourself? Are you constantly dredging up all the old hurts and wounds from a bad childhood or ended relationship or illness or any of the millions of things we can all complain about? It's not an effective way to create your ideal life.
Solution: stop telling your old story. Start telling your NEW story. Starting now. Start catching yourself when you’re chatting with friends and the old story starts to come out. Notice it. Shift to the NEW story. When I was first getting into this idea I’d say things like, “Oh! Well that’s my old story. The new story is…”
Powerful stuff. In another Note we’ll go into the science of how all this stuff works. It’s called
“neuro-plasticity” and basically means that our brains are malleable—we can (literally) re-wire our brains/minds/consciousness. Super quickly: Imagine going sledding after a fresh snow. Nothing but pristine white snow. You walk up with your sled and take the first trip down for the day. You go this way and that and get to the bottom. Your course was pretty random, yah? Then, you walk back up again. And you come back down. Odds are you’re going to hit some of the grooves you created from the first trip. You do it again and again and again. Now, by the end of the day, you’re likely to have grooved a pretty strong little sled-trail—making the odds that you head down the same route and wind up at the same destination PRETTY STRONG. Make sense?
That’s pretty much how our brains are. We’ve spent DECADES thinking the same thoughts. We’re GROOVED so strongly that when something happens we literally don’t even have to think for a moment for our old patterns to play themselves out. (Like taking the sled up for a ride at the end of the day with the tracks in place.)
The solution? You’ve gotta put a road block up on the normal path. In this case, you’ve gotta STOP telling your old story and START telling your new. So, if you’re truly committed to creating your ideal life, STOP telling your old story. STOP STOP STOP. Don’t let a negative sentence complete itself. Instead, start telling the amazing story of your new, gloriously unfolding life. Starting Now. :)


In order to tell a new story, you don't have to figure out exactly what the change would be or how it would feel or how it would come about. You just need to ease yourself into a feeling of more hopeful around this.

This is an except from a Boston workshop:

"You just gotta tell the story the way you want it to be. And what we notice is, at first your story will be sort of like this.

"I don't like it this way at all. I don't like it this way at all. I don't like it. I don't like it. I don't like it. I don't like it. It's  not fair. I don't like it, it's not fair."

But then, as you start telling a new story, your story will sound like "I'd like it to be different. I'd like it to be different. I'd like it to be different but I don't see that it's very different. I'd like it to be different but I don't see it's very different. I'd like it to be different but I don't see it's very different. I'd like it to be different but I don't see it's very different.  I'd like it to be different but I don't see it's very different."

You can stay in that holding pattern your whole life. "I'd like it to be different but I don't see it's very different. I'd like it to be different but I don't see it's very different."

But now hear this story. "I'd like it to be different. I want it to be different. I hope it will be different. It doesn't look different." That much difference in your story will help it be different.

"I want it to be different. I hope it will be different. I'd really like it to be different. It's not different." Can you feel the difference? Before it was want it, don't have it, want it, don't have it, want it, don't have it. Now it's want it, hope it, really hope it, really want it, don't have it. More air time over here, did you see?

"I want it to be different, I'd like it to be different, I see some things are a little different... this isn't different." Mmmm... Better story.

"I want it to be different. I've noticed it's becoming a little different. It's not as different as I would like it to be, but it's different."

"Oooh, I like this different story. The manifestation hasn't come yet, but I'm feeling better in the story." "I wish you'd come along.... But! I'm feeling better in this different story. I'm feeling better, I'm feeling better, things are loosening up. Ooh, did I tell you that this happened? Something good happened, something good happened, something good happened." Milk it!

"Something good happened, something really good happened, something really good happened, something really good happened, something really good happened!" Call everybody you know. "Something really good happened, something really good happened, something really good happened, something really good happened."



Click here for more information, or to order the Abraham-Hicks DVD "Telling A New Story":

http://www.lawofattractioninteraction.com/Law-of-Attraction-in-Action-9.php





Wednesday, January 6, 2010

How To Create A Life You Love

In order to live a life you love, you must be deliberate in your planning and actions. It doesn't happen by accident. Creating a successful, fun life is like anything else you wish to achieve. You  create your  life the way it is with simple routine things that make up your day. You wake up, make your coffee (or in my case, fresh juice), take a shower, brush your teeth etc.
You plan your day segment by segment. It's the same thing with planning your future, you just go out a little further than you would for the one day. Let's say you want to create a habit of walking every morning before work or in the evenings after dinner. You need to be deliberate in scheduling in the time for that just as you do brushing your teeth. It doesn't need to be a long walk, you can start with 15 minutes. ( that's better than no walk )
And let's say you want to start writing that book you always wanted to write. Get yourself a note book or open a file on your computer and start writing. Write whatever comes to mind. Take notes, create categories, write down your thoughts and ideas.You can always organize it later.
Create the time in your day, maybe 30 minutes in the evening, instead of watching that television sitcom or the news, and use that time for creating your dreams. Gradually add in more things you've been wanting to do and find 15 minutes here and there to organize that closet or start a project you've put off. It doesn't take as much time as you'd think. What it does take is organizing and following through.Your day is filled with time that slips through the cracks, that time is valuable. I've noticed, when I'm doing the things I love, time seems to stand still. It's really interesting. What is it that you love? What do want out of this life experience?
What would you be doing and how would you be living if you were living a life that makes you smile, that makes you sing? Use your time to do the things you've always wanted to do and soon you'll be living a life you love.

Here's a video clip on Abraham-Hicks Segment Intending:

Friday, January 1, 2010

2010 Is Going To Be A Great Year!


















My Next Post will Be: How To Create A Life You Love
What do you love?
What would your life look like if you could be living the life you love right now?

Abraham-Hicks Daily Quote



Complaining about anything, holds you in the place of refusing to receive the things you've been asking for. Justifying about anything holds you in the place of refusing to let in the very things that you've been asking for. Blaming someone, holds you in the place of refusing to let in the things that you've been asking for. Feeling guilty, feeling angry, it doesn't matter what you call it, it is a refusal, not a conscious one. You're asking; you can't help but ask. The Universe is yielding; it must yield. It's a big question, folks: why aren't you letting it in?
--- Abraham
Excerpted from the workshop in Los Angekes Ca. on Saturday, March 10th, 2001 #306
Our Love,
Jerry and Esther