When we sleep, we drop all resistant thought. When we awaken, we are at a vibrationally neutral place. Once we gain consciousness, we then select a thought.
“It usually takes about 30 days to change a habit. Not because you need 30 days. You could do it in 68 seconds if you could once you did it hold your vibration there, but you have to consciously make that decision.” Abraham-Hicks
Then as we move throughout the day, we can pay attention to the way we are feeling in each moment. Tuning into our “now” thoughts is the beginning of awareness or mindfulness. We may become aware of our first thought being sad or expecting the worst outcome.
out of the habitual negativity that we may have grown up adopting. This triggered sour thinking is not coming from our true self. Our true selves can decide to become mature beings who choose our thoughts and reactions to the outside world. We don’t allow “knee jerk” behaviors to inhibit life but instead we stop and consider other more positive alternatives. With practice, after a while, those shadowy hesitations to life will not come to mind. Give mindful awareness of each moment a try!
“There is a big mix out there, and there’s lots of different things going on, and there is not one way that was intended to be the right way. Just like there’s not one color or one flower or one vegetable or one fingerprint. There is not one that is to be the right one over all others. The variety is what fosters the creativity.
And so you say, ‘Okay, I accept that there’s lots of variety, but I don’t like to eat cucumbers.’ Don’t eat cucumbers. But don’t ask them to be eliminated and don’t condemn those who eat them. Don’t stand on corners waving signs trying to outlaw the things that you don’t like. Don’t ruin your life by pushing against. Instead, say, ‘I choose this instead. This does please me.’ ”
“We’re in a system that’s directed by a Supreme Intelligence, and we’re a part of that system. Everything is on purpose. Our vibrational matchup determines what we attract and what we repel in our life.
We needn’t focus on what’s already happened and what we’ve gone through; rather, we must shift our vibration upward so that it harmonizes with Spirit, and then—and only then—will spiritually based ideas come knocking on our door.
These ideas won’t give up or go away because, as we know, there’s nothing in this Universe more powerful than an idea whose time has come. Our responsibility is simply to become beings who expect and await inspired ideas that will not and cannot be stopped.” Excerpt taken from Living An Inspired Life.
“You are extensions of Source Energy. And when you allow that pure Source Energy to flow through you, you are so bright and beautiful; your timing is good; and you feel vital and alive in your body. And as others see you, they wonder what your magic is. But it only seems like magic because it is experienced by so few. It isn’t magic. It is available to everyone. But you must allow your alignment.”
“The purpose of life is to embrace the process. With no attachment to how things come or where it all goes, you provide an open space for the Universe to move you forward in the most miraculous and divinely-inspired way. In the end, it doesn’t actually matter where you went or what happened, but whether you were consciously guided by the light of your soul, instead of sleepwalking in ego. In order to make such a profound shift from victimhood to victory, the importance of self-love must be embraced. Whatever arises, love that. This is the heart of surrender.”
– Matt Kahn