Long before I knew Abraham I knew trees – yes, trees. Trees have always been my friends. I have always loved and appreciated them. Being near trees always makes me happy, and if there are large boulders and rocks and water around, that just completes the picture for me. I’m more of a stream and river person than an ocean person, but I enjoy both. Somehow, sometime, don’t really remember how or when specifically, I felt that as I thought about the trees that I received thoughts back.
They didn’t seem like thoughts of another being, just gentle responses to my questions still coming from within me. But I knew it was my connection with the trees that was giving me a point of focus that I did not otherwise have.
Then I did the Mexican cruise with Abraham in 2010, and in Abe’s opening remarks they said something to the effect that because we were on a ship in the middle of the ocean, it would be easier for us to achieve alignment. Just yesterday, I was listening to the taping of the Alaskan cruise 2012 and I heard Abraham repeat this message. I am going to share my interpretation of it as well as my own experience.
whose daughter was in a crash and became a paraplegic, and Mary who is still undergoing physio, and I heard of this mad person who … you see what I mean? We could be there for more than seven seconds and then another seven seconds and another and another. When we are in nature and we turn our gadgets off and put them away we are more likely to maintain our alignment.
Not only that but we are surrounded by the vibration of water, trees and animals and all of them are more closely aligned with Source so they have the effect of helping us find our alignment.
Abraham also says that on a cruise ship people are mostly in a joyful mood – they are there to have fun and therefore they are mostly high on the emotional scale. Isn’t that wonderful to know. I think it is – because when you consciously know it then you can milk it! So do take a walk in nature. Do appreciate the flowers and the bees. And of course, pet your cat! If you don’t have one, borrow one, or find a baby to hug, and if you’re like me go hug a tree.