“Life Will Always Be Working Out for Me. . . I like understanding that things are always evolving, and while there are many things that could be better where I am, it is not really a problem because “where I am” is constantly changing to something better. I like knowing that as I look for the best things around me where I am, those things become more prevalent in my experience. It is fun to know that things are always working out for me, and as I watch for the evidence of that . . . I see more evidence of that every day.” Abraham [Excerpted from Money and the Law of Attraction on 8/31/08]
Very much a shared meditative thought, and one that has uplifting wings of peace that can have a transformational effect on moments when things do not seem as happy and fulfilling as we might like them to be. “It is not really a problem” is a thought that defuses energies such as frustration. Catch the “logic” of what is said. Nothing is static unless we take the frustration (energy) and simply roll it over into our tomorrows, and then things most definitely appear to be static, yet it is we who cause them to be. “It is not really a problem” is the thought-energy that allows a clearing of what is held in consciousness so as to be receptive to something greater. Energies of frustration, ‘poor little ‘ole me’ thoughts, ‘why is it always me’ and similar, don’t defuse the cause behind why nothing ever seems to change for the better. Move to looking for and finding things for which we can be thankful…things we can appreciate. There are always those, even in the midst of the crappiest of experiences and moments. The more we seek out these moments, the more we are preparing a new foundation for things that are always getting better. Look for evidence…focus on this and let it generate even more thankfulness.