Just wanted to share another "ganancia" or something wonderful.
On the weekend I went to the supermarket. I was a bit nervous whether my ATM card would work, whether my current account had money or sufficient money in it.
I calmed down a bit. I told my partner what had happened and as always he remained calm and said: maybe the swiping machine was not in order. I told him I was sure I had no money in my current account and started feeling anxious again.
Later in the evening I was calmer and went online to check my bank account and lo and behold: I had more money than I expected!
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I remembered the video clip where Jerry and Esther took the elevator to go to their two adjoining rooms and when they reached to their rooms, their electronic keys didn't work. They phoned the receptionist and were told that someone would be sent to help them. Esther had to go to the bathroom very urgently, and no one came to help them. Esther started thinking that the hotel let them down, that the service was terrible, and that she urgently needed a bathroom. When finally someone came, it appeared their rooms were on the 10th floor and they were on the 7th floor at that moment. The hotel attendant had been waiting for them on the 10th floor and afterward started going to every floor to see whether he could find them! Esther had built a whole negative situation around something imaginary. Like I did!
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As of today I am a multi millionaire and will start feeling like one too.
Wouldn't it be nice if I send you your ticket, business class and paid for the best hotel suite for your Asheville trip later in the year......and a weekend Paris in the Ritz Hotel at the Place de Vendome afterwards just to go have fun?
Isn't this a wonderful story? Isn't the realization that all anxiety and worry are imaginary so important? Isn't it wonderful to know that just like you can create a very real feeling of worry and anxiety that feels totally real in your system, you can also create a very real imaginary feeling of being rich so precious? Isn't this the key to success - isn't this what Abraham always says "feel it and then it will be".
I want to point out to you the last bit, where Kenneth is feeling joy in using his millions to spread joy by sending me the gift of a trip to see Abraham in Asheville this year. This sort of thinking is what brings the object of your desire closer.
I want to thank Kenneth for allowing me to share his correspondence with me on my blog.
Much love and appreciation,