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Abraham Hicks – Attention to problems hinders attraction of solutions

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Abraham has described themselves as “a group consciousness from the non-physical dimension” (which helps a lot!). They have also said, “We are that which you are. You are the leading edge of that which we are. We are that which is at the heart of all religions.”
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Abraham Hicks – Create Affirmation Momentum – GET INTO THE VORTEX!

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AAbraham Hicks
Affirmations that get you into the Vortex

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Shannon Crane – Beyond Law of Attraction – Paradox of Being

Beyond the Law of Attraction: The Paradox of Being

By Shannon Crane

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Life begins to transform when we are able to catch ourselves the moment our thoughts become feelings. For most of us, we get bad news and our day is ruined. Someone makes a statement in such a way we hear only criticism or judgment, and our sense of serenity is shattered. We’re cut off in traffic and our blood boils.

Life feels out of our control, and we are unaware these shifts were actually created by how we assigned meaning to an external event. However, merely attempting to think a better feeling thought sets us up to create what may be termed spiritual bypass. Learning to balance feelings and thoughts and eliminating the contingency of our happiness coming from external sources is a lifelong process.

Paradox: Ours to Discern

Initially, for many of us, we get caught up in the mental story line, which has created our feeling. We are unaware it is our thoughts, interpretation and attention responsible for our experience. Thus, what led to our initial mood change may go unnoticed. We remain ignorant that we have taken an external event or perhaps an internal thought and latched onto it – assigning meaning and interpretation that took us away from our sense of well-being.

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