“You are never given a wish without also being given the power to make it true. You may have to work for it, however.” Illusions, The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah, Richard Bach.
Have you ever wondered where your deepest wishes come from? If your wish comes from your peaceful inner being in a silent time, then perhaps your Higher Self has suggested your wish.
The Higher Self is whispering to you softly in the silence between your thoughts.
~ Deepak Chopra
You might think that this message or wish is coming from your intuition or instinctual knowing. Such insight is understood without the conscious mind’s input. Your powerful impressions can help to guide your life. Did you know that your intuition IS your Higher Self speaking to you?
There is a higher more powerful part of you. Your higher Self will come through your intuition, coincidences and synchronicity of all kinds.
~ James Van Praagh
So suppose you have a thought. This thought has occurred to you often. It has come when you are resting or in a peaceful, “no thought” place. The thought may be connected to a yearning of yours. You may dismiss the thought as silly or not convenient to act upon.
Say the thought was telling you to go somewhere. Remember the Richard Bach quote… “You are never given a wish without also being given the power to make it true. You may have to work for it, however.”
Maybe the work you have to do to make your wish come true is to ready yourself to go out and walk or drive somewhere. If you are feeling lazy, maybe working for a wish is too much effort.
But if you believe that your Higher Self often gives you messages or a wish, then perhaps you should make the effort to act on the thought.
Your Inner Being is always guiding you toward what you are wanting. Abraham-Hicks 4/14/98
To double check on the wish and how to make it come true, go within and Ask, “Should I get ready and go out now?” If you feel that the wish or message should be acted upon, then you will feel a positive response from your inner Higher Self.
The true spiritual aspirant is the one who bears witness to the self in the real world; one who, in a split second, witnesses the thoughts, feelings and emotions that arise in the mind, and is able to either say, “Yes go ahead,” or, “No do not go ahead with this course of action.” This gives one the opportunity to act in accordance with their higher self at all times.
~ Swami Sai Premananda