"If there is something that you desire and it is not coming to you, it always means the same thing. You are not a vibrational match to your own desire."
Doesn't the simplicity of that just knock your socks off? It takes all our stories and complaints and explanations about why we are not where we want to be and pops them like a bubble.
It's like watching sand pour through a sieve. We can watch all our reasons for why we think things are not working out for us flow out of our minds. And when it's all over, only one thing is left: "You are not a vibrational match to your own desire."
So, how do you become a vibrational match to that fit, slender body, or that robust bank account? I mean, if all we need to do is become a vibrational match to what we want, you would think we would be sharpening our skills in that department.
Here is a really simple trick that I have found to be very effective. Give thanks for the thing you want before it manifests. I get much more elaborate on this idea on the Uncommon Gratitude recording (listen free here) but it's really that simple. Give thanks for what is swirling into creation even though you can't see it yet. Try it and let me know how it feels. The trick is that in order to authentically give thanks for it, you must get the feeling of having it. And when you do that you are a vibrational match to that fulfillment. So be sincere in this process and have fun.
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Just yesterday a friend said to me something like, "Do you even listen to Abraham?" I was going on about some out-of-the-vortex subject and I got caught! And yes, I have been listening to Abraham. In fact, I've been listening for so long that since I first met Abraham my hair has had a chance to go from almost black to almost white and back again (a modern miracle!) In this video, Abraham brings forward a most important distinction between the aging that occurs by simply moving through time vs. the decline we think is inevitable. Happy aging!
I'm grateful to see the subtle coexistence of Abraham's absolute clarity and Esther's more familiar human experience. In this beautiful video, Abraham answers questions about Jerry and his transition into non-physical. They also explain some of Esther's process after losing the physical form of her life partner. Amazingly enough, if you knew Jerry, and loved his presence, and appreciated his enormous contribution to the Abraham-Hicks evolution, you are more likely to laugh at times during this light-hearted presentation of death, than to cry as Abraham explains what's going on here. I send my love and appreciation to Jerry and to Esther and to Abraham. I hope you enjoy this.