The 100 Day Reality Challenge

On Facebook, I get news feeds from Rhonda Byrne (The Secret). Today, I got one that made me do some thinking:

Do you know that as you try and work out "how" your desire will come about, you are actually pushing your desire away from you? As you try and work out "how" you can make your desire happen, you are sending a message to the Universe that you do not have your desire. If you're not emanating the exact frequency of having your desire within you, how can the Universe possibly find your signal to deliver your desire? from The Secret Daily Teachings by Rhonda Byrne

 

"AHA! MOMENT" indeed. I say this, because the harder I try to make it work to get a job, pay my bills, etc., the further away I am "pushed away" to obtain my goals. I even notice now that when I talk to these people (who I'm working with to get a job), a note of desperation has crept into my voice. UGH! So now I am waiting on THEM instead of the opposite :(

 

It is time to do a paradigm shift. This is going to be difficult for me, because I do tend to kvetch over stuff. I hereby STOP, and give it ALL to the Universe. I GIVE UP. I have been trying to do it my own way, and am not getting results. So all I'm going to focus on now is to work on what is in front of me. To be grateful for what I have, and not what I don't have. To treat each person and circumstance with as much love and kindness as possible. Not to manipulate an outcome that I would like. But to just live in the NOW. When God decides I am ready to take on other things, they will appear in my path...the only result of me forcing things to happen is stress, stress and...more stress...not to mention not accomplishing what I'd hoped for.

 

May all of you be blessed abundantly today. Have a happy and positive day :) Aloha <3 <3 <3

 

 

 

 

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