Last night, I broke. I was sick of it. My “self-help-o-meter” went off the charts.
I was reading “The Untethered Soul,” and paragraph after paragraph, the author talked about how we, as humans, don’t realize that we’re in psychological pain. The book went on and on about how we’re allowing this and we shouldn’t. When I read this line, “At some point you have to wake up and realize that you have a problem inside.” All I could hear is, “You’re doing it wrong. All of you.”
My brain entertains questions about how I can do more, be more, do it better (whatever “it” is) on any given moment of any given day. Usually, this is okay. But sometimes, my brain and I have an old-timey standoff.
YOU HUMANS ARE DOING IT WRONG
It all started earlier in the day. Yesterday afternoon, I was guided to take a meandering drive. It was cloudy and cold but the drive felt freeing and it was just what I needed. I turned on Abraham Hicks and proceeded to get my energy aligned. Instead of getting aligned, I felt so angry and frustrated.
As Esther Hicks channeled Abraham (a collection of spirits), they inspired her to say things like, “You humans, you just think too much. You try to control everything and you worry. You, as spirits, didn’t intend for this.” I’m paraphrasing, but you get the gist.
A question popped into my mind, “If EVERY human is doing these things, is there a reason? Are we ALL wrong? Did we REALLY not intend to do this? If not, how the hell did we ALL go so far off the rails?”
I’M DOING IT RIGHT (WE ALL ARE)
This morning my brain and I both seemed to find our happy place. I fed the brain what it wanted to hear and I, the observer of the brain, felt peace. It was easy and blissful.
The questions from yesterday were swirling in my head, so I simply asked, “What if we’re all doing it right?”
A peace and calm, swept over my mind and body, instantly.
So, this morning, every time my mind has wished to “figure it out and be better”, I’ve just said, “I’m doing it right,” and then I enjoy the calm. Best self-help ever!
Try this and let me know how it works for you!
I adore, respect and love Esther and Abraham Hicks. Also, “The Untethered Soul,” has helped so many people! I recommend both! Like I said, I was just “too full” of self-help the last couple of days to enjoy them.
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