My sister shared something very interesting with me a while ago - she said that she sometimes asks herself How would I be feeling and thinking if I was in the vortex? And then she consciously chooses to shift her attitude and step into the vortex! WOW! What a concept!
So, whats a vortex? It is the word that Abraham-Hicks (one of my favorite teachers) uses to describe being in a state of well-being, being in alignment, being happy, being connected to who we really are, being in the zone - you get the picture.
So, what would you be thinking if you were in the vortex? When I ask myself this, it is almost like I take a step to the side, a step into my vortex - and ... READ MORE
I was listening to a Live Internet Broadcast of the Abraham-Hicks Workshop in San Francisco a few weeks ago. I love these teachings, and even though they basically say the same thing over and over, I always get something new. That morning I got how to be in alignment and be in the flow in a whole new way. Nothing new was said, I just heard it differently. And, as a result, I am feeling a whole new level of appreciation for my life, my work, my healthy body... and a whole new confidence in the law of attraction and life supporting me in amazing ways.
During the workshop, a man was asking about his career. Abraham has such a brilliant way of helping ... READ MORE
I have been a student of Abraham-Hicks for years. And, for years I have wondered what to call "healing". Because, if you get sort of picky or literal about the Law of Attraction, the word "healing" implies that something is wrong. I was delighted during the Abraham Panama Canal Cruise (March 13 - 23, 2011) when Abraham was asked about healing. Here is a transcript of what was shared:
Whenever someone says to us I aspire to be a healer or I am a healer, we like to say we really really really like the word teacher/healer, teacher/healer, teacher/healer because everyone who is out of balance in terms of their physical body, and therefore what they would ... READ MORE
I used to think I was part of the save the world team. I wanted to help heal as many people (and animals) as I could. I could feel the pain, the injustice, the suffering - and sometimes I would forget I could not take it all on by myself. That belief eventually evolved into realizing that I am part of a team - I am not the only one who wants to save the world. There are millions of us. It is not all on my shoulders. What a relief. But I was still stuck in the linear thinking that because there is suffering in the world, that I had to carry it and suffer also.
Then I started to realize that, paradoxically, the happier I am - the more I help to create happiness on ... READ MORE