Have you ever started a project that you never completed?
Do you wonder why?
You were so excited when the idea first came to you, and it was fun getting started, but then it stopped being fun...
Do you see it occasionally or think about it and say to your self "I really should get that done - it would be such a big waste if I didn't"?
Did you ever dream of doing something, but never really get to it, even though you really wanted to, and you really thought it was a good idea?
Did you remind yourself from time to time that you really should get started, and feel bad that you didn't?
I used to be like that.
Abraham has changed me.
I look at things differently now and I do things differently.
I actually dream more and do less now.
I recently wrote an article for the on-line magazine Local Experts Canada. The focus of the article is to show how the way we use words has an impact on what we create.
I have finally penned down an analogy that I use in my coaching program to show people what they are doing with their words: going to the park or going to the dump.
Although, the article for LEC is written from the perspective of business owner wanting to grow their business, it applies to everything in life.
Read the article on the LEC website, click here.
I usually do a vision board exercise with my children around new years. We plan our holiday for the year. All three of us focus on it, and have fun with it. We put it on our study wall and it usually stays there for a couple of weeks. We always get that holiday.
The holiday season arrived, and life got busier still. Like many other people started to think about setting new goals for the coming year. Even though I did not actually block time off to sit down and think about it, it was always at the back of my mind.
Then one day I had an Ah Ha moment. I had an inspired thought, that got me all excited. This year I would Pre-pave instead of Plan.
Guest Post by Sharon L Coward
Sharon posted this on FaceBook in one of the forums and I loved it so I asked her permission to share it here on my website. I hope you like it too. I so appreciate Sharon for having taken the time to create and share this list.
I would use this list as a guide - and start noticing if you are using any of these phrases as you think your thoughts and engage in conversation with others. Basically, read them over and then delete them from the database in your head so that you never use them again! Not only that, but you will start noticing when others are using these phrases in their conversations and you will be able to guide them away and towards the use of more empowering thoughts.
I know. I know, pressing the delete button doesn't always work, but you can soften negative thoughts by following them up with softening general statements - pretty soon, the negative thoughts will disappear all on their own and you will never see them again. I hope this helps - and if it does, will you please come back here to write a comment and share - I would truly appreciate that. Zehra
This is a story shared by my dear friend Kenneth sometime back. I had promised to share it earlier and then I forgot. Ken reminded me of it today, and it is a wonderful story so I thought I would share it today.
Last week I noticed that a part of the cover of my juicer was broken. The juicer worked very good still, however it let through big chunks of fruits and vegetables without juicing them.
So last Saturday I decided to go to the place I bought it in November last to see whether I could get a spare cover.
Guest Post by Lord Aythas
Preface by Zehra
I think it is wonderful that so many people are getting Abraham's message at so many different levels. It is especially heart warming to meet young people who are in tune with themselves, who challenge the world and live life by their own terms. I am happy to introduce my readers to Lord Aythas. Please read his story and listen to the music he is creating from inside his vortex of creation. Click on his picture to go to his channel on YouTube.
Its hard to imagine life turning out the way it has. And then I remember that we forge our existence, and life is ONLY as good as you allow it to be. I am now 23 years old, globally traveled, and working on getting a record deal. Before you ask, money never had anything to do with it. Im the youngest of three boys in a pastor's family from a very small town in northern michigan. Needless to say, I did my best to impersonate Jesus the first 17 years of life, and strongly looked down upon anyone who did not.
Maria Carreiro, is a portugese immigrant who has been in Canada for 30 hard long years. I switched on the TV yesterday morning to check the weather forecast so I could decide how to dress my son for school. The newscaster was announcing the winner of the $40 million lottery the previous night. I couldn’t help but watch the happy dance of the winner – Maria Carreiro.
Since then, everywhere I turn I see Maria’s face; the newspaper at the office, the radio, the internet, and even in the seclusion of my own thoughts.
Guest post by my Abraham friend "cinco" - look for her on YouTube
The key to "no money trouble" is not merely imagining lots of it in your bank account, from your current perspective. It is to imagine yourself as one for whom the "cost" of things is not an issue. One who "walks the walk" and "talks the talk" - how would you conduct yourself?
This morning I listened to an Abraham clip on YouTube that referenced Facebook as an extension of Source. It really made me think about the law of attraction and more specifically Abraham’s analogy of the Grid filling in.
I think that the internet is the perfect example of instantaneous manifestation. We ask a question, press search and trust that the answer will appear and it does!