Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Hard Choices We Have to Make

Our hard choice: To run around helter skelter, like a bull in a china shop, or to move around inside the Zone, where we are in harmony with our surroundings, feeling love and joy in our activities. Which path do we wish, the low road, or the High road? What would your day be like if you loved every minute of it and saw the Highest and Best in everyone that you interacted with? The low road to happiness is based on fear, and  has led us virtually into all of the problems we are facing today, personally as well as with family, friends, nationally and internationally. The High Road is based on Love, and is the way that will get us out of our self defeating creations, and bring us into the wondrous world that we have been promised by the saints, sages, masters and revelators of all ages and religions.

"Most (people) rarely align with their true power, because it seems illogical to them that there is power in relaxation, in letting go, or in love or joy or bliss. Most people do not understand that their true power lies in releasing resistance—which is the only obstacle to their true power. Most people do not expect their path to great abundance to be one of ease and of joy. They have been taught that struggle and hardship and sacrifice are requirements that must be met before the reward of great abundance can be realized. Most do not understand that the very struggle they deliberately involve themselves in, in their quest for success and advantage, actually works against them. There are so many things that you have been taught to believe that are counter to the powerful Laws of the Universe that it is difficult for you to think your way out. And that is the reason that we present this path of much less resistance. We want you to breathe rather than try, to relax rather than offer effort, to smile rather than struggle, to be rather than do. For your true power is experienced only from inside the Vortex."
Abraham, by Jerry and Esther Hicks

“The highest level of creativity consists in being, not doing. When the being is intense enough, when the words are spoken enough, when the thoughts are thought enough, the doing will automatically follow.”
Marianne Williamson

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