The Abraham Quote of today (below) inspired me to think about diving or digging through experiences. Indeed, we dig through all the experiences of life and often, in the case of unpleasant experiences, we keep some mud and slick which we continue to carry along although the experience is no longer relevant. (more…)
Guest: I was also wondering, if what I want and what you want are in conflict, what’s going on? If I want rain and you just cut your alfalfa, how does that work?
Abraham: Well, how it works is if either one of us don’t get too involved in the details of how we think we want what we want to play out then both of us can be satisfied.… Read the rest
Abraham Hicks sagt hier in einfachen Worten, wie die Erfahrungen angezogen werden. Empörung, Ablehnung und Kampf bewirken das Gegenteil von dem, was man eigentlich will, denn sie verstärken nur das, was man nicht will. Die elegante Lösung ist, hat man das Übel erkannt, sich abzuwenden und ausschließlich auf das zu fokussieren, was man will.… Read the rest
This Abraham-Hicks recording is the best explanation I’ve ever heard for Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Dementia is just a tool – a choice and a permission slip – to make the transition from physical to non-physical life in an easy way. The frustration that people with dementia often show comes from the family that want them to focus as they do.… Read the rest
This is a quasi complete list of the most impeding things to get rid of if one wants to be happy and enlightened – so to speak.
1. Give up your need to always be right. There are so many of us who can’t stand the idea of being wrong – wanting to always be right – even at the risk of ending great relationships or causing a great deal of stress and pain, for us and for others.… Read the rest