Do you have any worry, doubts or fears?
Hahahaha, of course we do~ we’re human!
Well here’s an easy, fun way to eliminate or, at the very least, minimize the vibrational impact those negative thoughts have…
“WISHING” FOR THE WORST
Preposterous, right? Yet that’s exactly what we’re doing when we get emotionally involved with our problems; we’re adding energy to the very things we don’t want.
On our last Strangest Secret call, we discussed a paragraph from Earl Nightingale’s classic. Here it is, as quoted from James Allen:
If you wish to be rich, you will be rich;
if you wish to be learned, you will be learned;
if you wish to be good, you will be good.
Only you must, then really wish these things and wish them exclusively,
and not wish, at the same time, for a hundred other incompatible things just as strongly.”
We had a great discussion about what he meant by “wishing for 100 other incompatible things…” and we agreed that he used the word “wish” very deliberately, to make his point.
Every thought we have is a wish or a prayer, not just the good ones.
So… IMAGINE yourself “WISHING”
- to not have enough money
- to not get the job
- to fight with someone
- to miss your flight
- to not fit into your jeans
- to not sleep good at night
- to be disappointed
- to not win the contest
- to lose a client, or a contract, or a loved one
Go ahead and laugh at yourself, because it’s VERY FUNNY!
If you aren’t laughing, then you didn’t do a good enough job IMAGINING.
Go ahead, close your eyes, picture yourself on your knees, hands folded in prayer, looking up to the heavens and stars saying “Please, PLEASE let this old furnace break!”
What I’m loving about this new awareness is when I catch myself thinking worrisome thoughts, I start picturing myself on my knees… and I can’t help but laugh. And that laughter, even though momentary, breaks the vibration of the worry and gets me feeling a little better, right away.
So what do you think?
Can you picture yourself “wishing” for what you don’t want?
Do you see yourself on your knees?
Are you laughing?