Posts tagged Manifestation
The Principles of Active Waiting vs. feeling-like-a-loser, losing-your-mind kind of waiting...

I was at a friend’s cluttered apartment and he was saying how much he wanted to have a live-in girlfriend. And I was like, “Dude, where would she put her stuff?” He got his tidy on to make space for the live-in love he was waiting to find. That’s active waiting — happily preparing for what you trust is on its way to you.

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D Digest: Manifestation tips, best things I’ve done for my bod’ and life, and my very cool new Day Planner COLLECTION. August Roundup!

A Course In Miracles defines a miracle as “a shift in perception.” I love that, because that definition covers a lot of bases. You can choose to believe in spontaneous healing and create a physiological miracle.

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The Principles of Active Waiting vs. feeling-like-a-loser, losing-your-mind kind of waiting...

I was at a friend’s cluttered apartment and he was saying how much he wanted to have a live-in girlfriend. And I was like, “Dude, where would she put her stuff?” He got his tidy on to make space for the live-in love he was waiting to find. That’s active waiting happily preparing for what you trust is on its way to you.

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This could be good. This could be bad. Fact is: You are free to choose.

Based on what you’ve done in the past, and what you’re doing now, you are likely to head in the direction you’re going.

Three psychics with great track records will predict the same outcomes. You could have your Jupiter conjunct with Pluto, blue blood, and a very big trust fund. Or the odds could be ferociously against you could be lookin' grim and slim. But nothing is certain. You could change your mind and change your behaviour, a miracle could happen, forces could intervene, the other people involved could shift.

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The difference between being "detached" and "non-attachment." And why it matters for getting what you want.

Many spiritual teachings instruct us to be detached from the outcomes that we’re going after. There’s merit to that, but there’s a really important, sanity-saving distinction to make. It’s the difference between detachment and non-attachment. And it’s a big difference...

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