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. I guess that the need for “inner cleansing” which is so important in many diets and religious beliefs, has a connection with this. However, cleansing by diet or whatever does not serve the purpose. The only effective cleansing is KNOWING, knowing about the own beliefs which lead to the experiences. And so, in knowing, there is no longer a need to dive or dig through all the mud.

Your child is naturally joyful. Your child is naturally tuned in to Source Energy. And as he is diving through and digging through contrast, it is natural that there would be some things that might disconnect him. Just don’t let his disconnection then inflame your disconnection. Many parents have discovered that their children, for the most part, feel good when they do — and the ornerier you are, usually the ornerier your children are. They are a strong reflection of the way you are feeling much of the time. Abraham


A belief is only a thought that you keep thinking.
So as you keep thinking this thought, you keep vibrationally
attracting relative to that thought.
So you confirm your beliefs again and again
and again and again and again.

What you believe regarding anything that you want is extremely
important —


And so, in many cases your beliefs must be altered to harmonize with
your current intentions.

When you understand that your beliefs, also, are creations set into
motion by you because of previous experience, then you realize that
your previous beliefs are NOT unchangeable, but, instead, they are
pliable and moldable.

You alter yours beliefs by applying new and additional thoughts to
those beliefs until you have molded them into that which you now



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