When you go to take a trip somewhere, you know what you want before you go to buy the tickets, right?
Well, what if you went to a ticket counter at the airport and started to tell the sales person all the places you did not want to go. You know you don’t want to go to Australia, San Francisco, Hong Kong, (this could take awhile). And you started listing all of those places that did not seem exciting to you.
The sales person would say to you, What DO you want? Where DO you want to go? What DO you want to experience?
In our lives we get so caught up on focusing on all the things that we don’t want. Even those of us who have been practicing the universal laws for some time are still telling ourselves, in the privacy of our own minds, what we don’t want.
And the focus on what we don’t want always gives way to feelings of lack and limitation, which never feel good.
The most powerful process that I still consistently do in my life is to focus on what I do want by asking myself these simple questions:
1. What do I want?
2. Why do I want it?
3. How will I feel when I have it?
And then, as a deliberate creator, I take the time, several times a day for at least 17–68 seconds, to practice that feeling vibration. This is the time it takes to shift a vibration (17 seconds, according to Abraham-Hicks); and when you go for 68 seconds, that is when the Law of Attraction starts to match that vibration and the manifestation starts to change.
It really is that simple. It is we, the energy generators, who need to direct our thoughts and therefore feelings towards what we do want and not what we don’t want.
I mean, if we are buying a ticket it is going to a place. And every time we are thinking and feeling, it is buying a ticket to a land where we want to go, or a land where we don’t want to go.
Where do you want to go?
As always, in this newsletter, there are teleseminars, resources, affirmations, and meditations to help you on your journey to empowerment.
Have an amazing month and know that you deserve everything you desire and more!
Imagine and enjoy,
“Your outer reality is a direct reflection of how you feel about yourself.”