Another great quote from Abraham found it’s way into my inbox this morning:
“When your heart is singing, you are allowing Well-being. When you are appreciating, you are allowing Well-being. When you are yelling at somebody, you’re not. When you’re feeling insecure, you’re not. When you’re frustrated, you’re not.”
Abraham’s teaching really centers around allowing as opposed to resisting the good that we want to come to us. I think most people, including me, will proclaim I am allowing it! I really want it, and I am allowing it. Am I? Really? Well, let’s see…
Although it isn’t my dominant vibration, today I am frustrated that I haven’t done my taxes yet. (Each year I tell myself “I’m gonna do my taxes the first week in February,” yet the first week of March somehow sneaks up on me.)
And I am disappointed I didn’t have more people sign up for my last workshop.
And I am a little annoyed (just a little!) that the weekend weather is calling for rain, rain and more rain. Normally, I enjoy the rain, but not on a weekend when I am dog-sitting my grandson, who just LOVES to walk!
Reading the email from Abraham got me to ask myself a very important question… actually two questions…make that three!
1. What am I thinking and feeling?
2. Are those thoughts and feelings allowing the Well-being I want?
3. What can I do about it?
I thought #3 was a rhetorical question, but a little voice in my head just said “Answer it, Linda!”
Specifically, I can do my dang taxes. Now there’s a brilliant way to eliminate the frustration!
And I can (and I do!) thoroughly appreciate the people who did sign up for my workshop.
And I can absolutely, positively, undoubtedly enjoy a few days with this little guy…rain or shine!
Ahhhhhhhhhh, I am feeling better, and therefore allowing better already!
How about you?