Resist Not

“Resistance is about believing that you are vulnerable or susceptible to something not wanted and holding a stance of protection — which only holds you in a place of not letting in the Well-being that would be there otherwise. There is nothing big enough to protect you from unwanted things, and there are no unwanted things big enough to get into your experience.”  — Abraham  [Excerpted from Atlanta, GA – Saturday, November 4th, 2000]

Well-being is the basis of everything within all expressions of the One Presence/Power that we call God.  Everyone (focused now on the human experience) has the co-creative ability to temporally place a different piece of the computer equivalent of software into consciousness that disrupts well-being…usually meaning that some form of resistance is thought to be necessary against the unwanted things that now often are accepted as just part of the life experience.  No, these “things” are not woven into the fabric of life – well-being is, but not to the exclusion of our failure to understand how the law of manifestation works.  It might be asked, “Why were we not born with a manual of ‘How Life Works’ tied to our toe?”  The “manual” is engrained within us and the evidence of what works and what doesn’t is all around us.  Once we understand that the one Law returns unto us in the form of person, place, condition or thing what our thought-focus has been centered upon, we begin to watch and we begin to choose more wisely.  Resistance becomes a focus, but upon the wrong thing.  It has been likened to our trying to paddle upstream when everything that is well-being is down stream and the current will take us there if we let go of the oars.  Examine what has grabbed your attention and determine if it represents something you want more of.  Examine what has risen to the level of a need to express some form of displeasure to people around you; that represents an energy focus that will bring more of the same into your life.  There is nothing we need to resist – just something to flow with.  Isn’t this great to know?