Posted on : 05-05-2007 | By : Lynn | In : Uncategorized
For the past few weeks I’ve been reading Esther and Jerry Hicks’ (The Teachings of Abraham) book, “The Amazing Power of Deliberate Intent” and listening to CDs from the “Art of Allowing” workshops. If the hairs on the back of your neck have just stood up cuz you’re worried that I am going to be referencing “woo-woo” materials, well I am—but you’re safe. In other words, you are all important no matter what your beliefs (or mine!) all I ask is for you to keep an open mind.
Esther and Jerry Hicks have been offering the Teachings of Abraham and were also part of “The Secret” film when it first came out but have since removed themselves from association with it. The teachings they present are about having a deliberate intent for whatever you want in life, while at the same time balancing your energy and living the Art of Allowing along the way. They note that the awareness of the need to balance your energy is much more significant than goal-setting or focusing on ultimate desires.
I believe, no matter what your belief system, that the premise of these teachings are very logical which keeps me paying attention to what is being said rather than to run off in a million directions because “Abraham” is a collective consciousness that Esther Hicks interprets. Over the course of the past weeks, I’ve formed an image in my head of a big gigantic series of locks (much like some big lock on a door) where when my intent and vibrations are in alignment, the locks sync up and “open the door” to all possibilities.
For example, I can send out the intent to the Universe that I want to have a very successful coaching business. I want to help people to align within themselves so that they can live the lives they truly want to live, I want to contribute money to running our household from my coaching earnings and I want to have fun while I’m coaching! The vibrations are about how I am “feeling” internally about coaching. Over the past year I’ve had the opportunity to catch and release many negative thoughts and feelings that weren’t in alignment with my intent. I had to learn to “let go” of what I wanted as well and to choose to feel hopeful about my working life even if all the evidence in front of me seemed to the contrary. Slowly I am attracting more clients and clients that are fun to coac!. I’ve also let go of how my coaching business looks and have applied for all sorts of part time (and some full time jobs) just in case “Source” has plans for me that I don’t comprehend right now. Even so, I keep getting redirected back into coaching. Today, my business is growing and I have the deep internal satisfaction of feeling safe and hopeful. I trust that all my needs are being met and will continue to be met as I walk along this coaching path. I am in the process of aligning my vibration rhythms with what I want.
If you were to sit down now and look to your left and envision what you wanted in your life and then turn to your right and “feel” where you are right now, can you tell if you are in alignment with what you are thinking and feeling? If you’re not, what steps can you take so that you are?
Write me about this, I’d love to hear from you.