Waves of blessings to you today!

Lately I’ve been working a lot with the concept of contrast.  For those of you familiar with the Law of Attraction and the Abraham/Hicks books, you may know what I’m talking about here.  There are times we see things in the world and in our lives that we do *not* want.  Things we don’t like.  Things that spoil our plans for our lives.

In “Ask and It Is Given”, Esther and Jerry Hicks and Abraham talk about not putting those unwanted ingredients in your pie:

“Imagine yourself as a chef in an extremely well-stocked kitchen that contains every imaginable ingredient.  Let us say that you have a clear idea of the culinary creation you desire, and you understand how to combine these easily accessible ingredients in order to fulfill your desire.  And as you proceed, there are many ingredients that are not appropriate for your creation, so you do not utilize them, but you also feel no discomfort about their existence.  You simply utilize the ingredients that will enhance your creation–and you leave the ingredients that are not appropriate for your creation out of your pie.

Some of the ingredients in this well-stocked kitchen are harmonious with your creation, and some of them are not.  But even though adding some of these ingredients to your creation would absolutely ruin your pie, you do not feel the need to push against those ingredients, or to ban them from the kitchen, because you understand that there is no reason for them to end up in your pie unless you put them in it.   And since you are clear about which ones enhance your creation and which ones do not enhance it, you feel no concern about the great variety of ingredients that exist.”

The teachings of Abraham (and please know that I’m not an expert) encourage us to see that we are in complete control of our lives.  Those things that we feel strongly about (good and bad), we attract into our lives.  This was a pretty big concept for me to embrace at first, but now I come to realize the truth of it.

The Law of Attraction work would encourage us to pay attention to our emotions and our thoughts and to continue to work toward affirmative thought patterns.  Focus on what you want, not on what you don’t want.  Affirm what you desire.

My Yuen energy healing practice supports this process on an energetic, sub-conscious level, aligning our energy with our conscious mind.  It’s a powerful pairing when you begin to work it all together.

So . . .  anyway, I’ve been getting more and more clear on what I want out of life.  And . . . I’ve been seeing more and more of what I don’t want in my life.  If you’re (I’m) not aware of it, seeing these “undesirable” things can be frustrating because they are opposite of where I want to go.  But, truly, their appearance is an opportunity to get very, very clear about what I want.   Also, it’s an opportunity to work the energetic layers associated with it.

The key here is to realize that the undesirable “ingredients” are there — they exist — but they don’t have to be part of my creation.   I don’t have to push them away or freak out when I see them.  I just don’t have to choose them.

It’s helpful to understand what’s what.  It’s good to know what you don’t like and what doesn’t fit — and then just let them be.  That would be the concept of getting energetically neutral to it.   It’s worth the process of getting neutral to what you don’t like — and what you do like — it makes the manifestation process so much faster!

So, what are you putting in your pie?  What are you leaving out?

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