“If there is something that you have to do, resist the temptation to do it under duress. Ask yourself, “What’s the worst thing that would happen if I didn’t do this?” And if you can get away with not doing it at all, don’t do it. And then imagine what would it feel like to have this done. Spend a day or two, if you can,just 15 minutes here, 5 minutes here, 2 minutes here, here and here, imagining it completed in a way that pleases you! And then, the next time you decide that you’re going to take action about it, the action is going to be a whole lot easier.” Abraham [Excerpted from Phoenix, AZ on 4/5/98]
Very often these quotes deal with very practical things for because everything is energy in expression, if we are not in vibratory sync with a task and it is not flowing smoothly and easily, if possible don’t push against what is trying to tell you that something isn’t just right. Perhaps the timing or something else. Taking the time to imagine it fulfilled is often the solution to allowing it to flow easily and quickly. The “pushing against” will usually work, but maybe the side consequences are not happy and good.