TIPS & PICKS FOR TODAY…
I just got word that the “Being Fearless AND Free” replay with Guy Finley on Healing with the Masters is now available, but only for the next 48 hrs. I haven’t listened to it myself yet, but plan to as soon as I finish this post. I always enjoy and appreciate Finley’s take on things. Here’s what host Jennifer McLean had to say about the interview: “Holy jumpin… what a powerful succinct profound and life changing show we had with Guy Finley last night on Healing With the Masters. This one will make you feel who you really are and when you are there that feeling alone can change your circumstances. LISTEN TO THIS ONE!”
Catch it here: http://www.healingwiththemasters.com/audio.htm
And here’s more mind-expanding stimulation in the form of Abraham’s take on some of the common and limiting thoughts/beliefs many of us were raised on :
1. You can’t have fun all the time.
[Abe]: Life is supposed to be fun.
2. Don’t count your chickens before they hatch.
[Abe]: The more you count your unhatched chickens the more chickens you will have.
3. You can’t have everything you want.
[Abe] You’re Inner Being wants you to have every desire, wish and whim you can come up with. No limits
4. You have to give to get.
[Abe] You have to expect to get. Giving has nothing to do with it. Give if you’re inspired to do so.
5. You have to work hard to make it in this world.
[Abe] By design you are set up to make it in this world. Work is optional and just for fun.
6. You’ve made your bed now you have to lay in it.
[Abe]. You’ve made your bed, you don’t like it? Make it again. You can never get it wrong because you can never get it done.
7. You can’t have your cake and eat it too.
[Abe] You can have everything you want. No limits.
8. It’s not what you know it’s who you know.
[Abe] It’s what you know [LOA] and who you know [Inner Being/Source Energy].
And to top all this off…. a nice little 7 min. video clip where Abraham is talking about how we spend a lot of time “paddling up stream” instead of relaxing into the flow of Source energy, and how we are prone to think that “trying hard” is a virtue, and there’s “no pain, no gain.”
Watch the video here: Abraham-Hicks: NO GAIN IN PAIN