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Feeling Our Way Into the Vortex

"We want you to understand that abundance expands proportionately to match desire, and that there is great untapped abundance not yet allowed by the very humans who have created it. When your life experience causes a focused desire within you, the means to fulfill that desire is crated at the same time--but you have to be on the Vibrational wavelength with your desire in order to see the path to the fulfillment of it." ~Abraham through Esther Hicks

The idea of having the means within us to fulfill our desires really struck me more profoundly recently than it has in the past. It means that with each desire that we have, we have the means to fulfill it ALREADY---even before the desire is manifested. It may seem impossible at first glance. If we have the means within us, then why isn’t the desire already fulfilled?

Abraham shares that the reason our desires may not yet be made manifest is because we are not on the same vibrational wavelength as our desires. So the ques…

The Present of the Present

Lately my “to do list” has been waking me up in the morning. Juggling five part time jobs and all of my creative and social activities has required nothing short of Martha Stewartesque, genius planning. Before going to bed and as soon as I open my eyes, the list starts running. It is endless and, taken all at once, is extremely overwhelming. “Hyperattention” to the little details of living have the potential to cause stress and anxiety.

So what’s the cure?

The present of the present. It sounds like a paradox, but it is true. Being present to the present moment decreases the stress and anxiety that our endless parade of tasks can create.

I’ve heard it said, “How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.” Although I do not endorse eating elephants (they are beautiful creatures after all), the message of the saying is clear. When we look at a large task or a long to do list, it seems as though the relative level of difficulty in achieving it is tremendous. However, when we focus on…