It is a good day to have a good day. I shared that recently on Facebook and have seen it a few times since then. I don’t know if it was kept and shared because I posted it, or if friends found it on their own. Nonetheless, it is a good message for us every day.
I have recently been overly focused on a manifestation for my life. I am feeling great, have very few “down” times and life is really good. I love who I am and where I live. The people in my life are wonderful, supportive, and care for me a great deal. So, what is the problem? Well, there is none. There is a glitch, however. I am so focused on the receiving of what I want that it is causing me to realize it is not yet made apparent therefore I am left “wanting.”
It came to me today when messaging with a friend who asked me if I was thinking about just walking away from what I wanted. No! That was not even an option. It was then I realized exactly what I was doing that was keeping the manifestation away. I was over-focusing on the NOT HAVING, rather than realizing that it has happened! The nearest I can describe it is to compare it to a pregnancy.
When a woman goes to the doctor and finds out she is pregnant; she does not go home and ask every morning if the baby is here already. She knows that baby is going to take time to get here. Now, after 9 months, she may be counting down the time by the minute, but at the beginning, she knows it is going to arrive whenever it arrives. It is the same way when we want something to come into our lives. We imagine it, and we feel the emotions of how we will feel when it is here. We prepare for it and know it will get here in its own time.
Now that I have this understanding of what is happening, I am actually freed up to work on other parts of my life that had been sliding because of my over focus of one aspect.
Something To Ponder