We’ve Got the Con

“What anyone else has or does not have has nothing to do with you. The only thing that affects your experience is the way you utilize the Non-Physical Energy with your thought. Your abundance or lack of it in your experience has nothing to do with what anybody else is doing or having. It has only to do with your perspective. It has only to do with your offering of thought. If you want your fortunes to shift, you have to begin telling a different story.”  — Abraham  [Excerpted from the book “Money and the Law of Attraction: Learning to Attract Health, Wealth & Happiness”]

Over and over again we hear this to be a point of challenge for people – let’s approach it another time…  At the basis of the Universe there is Principle (Law) that is behind all things…specifically for individuals (us) it is that which affects us and our point of expression.  It is behind all things, of course…for there is individual consciousness and then collective consciousness…but the “us” is what grabs our attention.  The Law (Principle) that can be synthesized within the concept of ‘consciousness’ tells us that we are a Law unto our own selves, and unless we focus upon, and then vector another’s thought of limitation into our world, we can ignore such things as luck, chance and accident and just be who we Spiritually are.  How do we insure that this is the chosen choice we are making?  The collective called Abraham says to purposefully begin to tell the store of who we truly are and what we want to do, be and have.  Give voice/thought/energy to “but it is” logic, and the “it” is strengthened.  Why?  Because Principle/Law always…and now using a very human term…always assumes we know what we are doing and rushes to fulfill our requests that thought and word are generating.  Fight against this by whatever logic that appears to be floating now in our life, and while we are still the producer, director, screenwriter and all the rest that is the creative essence behind our everything…we now step away from the command post of being consciously aware of this joyous responsibility and give it over to the ignorance or fear of something outside of ourselves.  Not a good choice.