“When you play the What-If? game, look for things that make you feel better. There is never a situation in which there is not a way out—but, out of habit, most people continue to choose the “lack” perspective until they eventually find themselves where it seems that there are no more choices. But as you hold to your intention to look for evidence of Well-Being and thriving and success and happiness, you will tune yourself to the vibrations of those things—and so those kinds of good-feeling experiences will dominate your life.” — Abraham [Excerpted from the book “Money and the Law of Attraction: Learning to Attract Health, Wealth & Happiness.”]
Just supposing…just for a moment or two…that everything really is interconnected, and that our point of connectivity is governed by a vibrational energy called thought, and that what Abraham has called the What-If game, is always available for us to use so as to cause unhappy anythings to start the process of turning around to something better…just supposing. If this wasn’t true, then our input for logical change just doesn’t exist and in its place only luck, accident and chance are behind everything. If things are not as we might have them be, the worst thing we can do is look for circumstances and happenings that will reinforce moments of lack for this strengthens and makes more “real” what we don’t want. If there is a habit of reinforcing lack moments with lack expectations this needs to be broken. We can now catch ourselves in the beginning of this process and within a new intention to look for evidence of well-being, it will begin to turn things around, but we have to do it. The beginning point is catching ourselves when we are playing the self-defeating game of I told you so.