Anytime I ever want something I always end up getting it. Sometimes it takes a little focus, sometimes it takes a lot of focus and a lot of time but always it works out.
There have even been times that I've set something I wanted up far in advance and when it comes time for it to happen I think: it will never work out. The timing is still off. or I'm just dreaming. No chance. And yet, I did enough focusing prior to the doubts that I still get everything I wanted.
So...why am I still worrying?
I've toned the worrying down a lot, believe me, but its a hard habit to break.
I like being happy and joyful and having positive expectation. In fact, I would rather just feel joyful bliss then get the things that I want but sometimes....I still worry. And even as I worry, I know it will all work out...
so worry....go away.
Last edited on Wed Feb 3rd, 2010 05:47 pm by Sweet Peace
Ahh....I am sure others will have great answers for you....I am interested too.
For years I was a WORST CASE SENARIO person and had every option mapped out based on how things in the equation panned out. I would love to have the time back that I spent worrying on things that just worked themselves out fine.
I have allowed myself to become a "set it and forget it" person (like the rotisserie they sell on informercials, lol) but every now and then it creeps back in.
I think one thing that really helps is to turn things over to my universal manager. I get it out of my system and move on to the fun stuff.
Law of Attraction is a powerful thing. It holds you to the thoughts that you've practiced, so what you're used to thinking becomes the easiest patterns of thought to continue, even if they don't feel good. It takes some effort to reach for a better feeling place and to practice it enough so that LOA finally responds to your new place more than your old place and now the new place becomes your starting place. That's why Abraham encourages us to reach for the best feeling thought we have access to, rather than the easiest (most practiced) thought we can think.
Ah yes, Thank-you for the reminders. It is just habit. One that I don't really need anymore. And one that is being replaced by something that makes me feel better: acceptance that all is going to work out exactly the way I want it to.
Sometimes I get caught up in things and forget that all I have to do is reach for a better feeling thought.
Then again, sometimes I accomplish something and get to think. Gee, that was easy. In the past that was something I might have worried about.