I am in the process of reading “Ask and It Is Given” by Esther and Jerry Hicks for a second time. The first time I read it, I thought it was a GREAT book, now that I am reading it for the second time, I know for sure this book is a guide for manifestation, a guide for life.
The first two lessons this book taught me is that worrying is a waste of time and how to stop worrying once the feeling comes upon me. Of course if you follow my blog you know that I knew this already, but it is one thing to know it intellectually and another story entirely different to actually practice it. Practice makes perfect!!!!
I have learned and am teaching my clients that worrying is truly a waste of time because most of the issues we worry about never come to pass and if they do, they are never as horrible as our powerful thoughts make them out to be. Worrying teaches us how powerful we really are. Think of the scenarios you have thought about when you worry! Think of the feeling worrying generates! If you are not feeling good, then, you have to replace/change the thought!
Instead of worrying, we can think of thoughts that make us happy because according to Esther and Jerry Hicks, when we are thinking thoughts that make us happy and we feel the feeling of happiness we become closer to Our Source, Our GOD! Getting our thoughts and feelings together bring us closer to manifesting our Heart’s Desire! This thought has been my motivating force since August, 2013 and I am doing very well. It is not an easy task, but like everything else, it is achievable!
If you want to learn how to align your thoughts and your feelings in order to be closer to Your Source, manifest your Heart’s Desire (consider this Zumba or Hip Hop Abs for the mind), and if you want to stop worrying, reach out to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I can teach you how to do it!
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Thinking & Feeling my way to my Heart’s Desires,
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