When my public relations consultant, Robin Samora, brought the following Abraham Hicks quote to my attention, it provided a wonderful moment of awareness as I prepare for my workshops and speaking engagements regarding Mental Toughness.
How often had I, as a young woman searching to find her way in the competitive world of business, labored under the mistaken notion that hard work and struggle would guarantee success.
As I review my personal and professional achievements, I see that the financial well-being and abundance I had always been seeking came about simultaneously when I finally recognized this essential truth: developing an inner core of strength that aligned my thoughts, emotions and beliefs enabled me to achieve everything I was after with ease.
You and I as individuals are the only ones capable of choosing the thoughts we want to entertain.
Why not consistently choose feel-good, empowered thoughts promoting positive expectation!
“Many people are approaching life from the flawed premise that if they work hard and struggle long and pay a big enough price, they will then be rewarded with financial well-being.
And since they do not realize that in their struggle they are denying themselves alignment with the abundance they seek, when the abundance does not come, they attribute it to luck or favoritism that is being directed away from them and toward another.
But there is no luck or favoritism. There is only allowing or resisting, letting in or keeping out the abundance that you deserve.
As you gradually train your own thoughts into those of positive expectation, as you align with thoughts of worthiness and Well-Being, as you align with your true power by seeking good-feeling thoughts—you will no longer offer resistance to your own abundance. And when your resistance stops, your abundance will come. A flood of good-feeling ideas and possibilities will flow to you.
Opportunities and propositions will be plentiful. And soon you will stand in knowing amusement that all of this was always there within your reach, but in your resistant state of attraction, you were not yet able to experience it . . . but then, it came—not because of your struggle but because of your ease.”
Excerpted from the workshop: Getting into the Vortex Guided Meditation CD and User Guide on November 01, 2010
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