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    There are NO wrong decisions!

    Make a decision, and then make it right.
    There just are no wrong decisions.

    You could go this way, or that way,
    and either way will eventually get you to where you want to be.
    But in the moment you start complimenting yourself
    on the decision you've made, in that moment,
    you come back into vibrational alignment with who-you-really-are.



    ---Abraham

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    (on the subject of Lance Armstrongs "fall from grace")

    "Fall from grace"...?


    "We know it with everything that we are,
    that wherever you stand even though you are standing in a place
    that for whatever reason you’re not wanting for some reason,
    you are still in the best place you have ever stood
    because it’s the furthest most expanded place you’ve ever stood.

    Did anyone hear that?
    How could you know how the contrast benefited him?
    This conversation starts with the flawed premise
    that contrast is bad-
    because "standing where I don’t want to be means
    that I’ve done something wrong..."
    That’s the fall from grace that man has assigned to himself.
    "...I must have done something wrong
    because I stand here not in a good feeling place right now
    so I must be being punished for something."

    We say no – just have more fun.
    Be more playful.



    Phoenix, Dec. 2012

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    So, that contrasting moment, that
    "I know what I don´t want moment"
    should be as IMPORTANT and as DELICIOUS to you,
    as the "I know what I do want" -moment!
    because, without one, there can´t be the other, you see!

    So, instead of saying "I made a mistake", or "I took someone or myself on a wild goose-chase",
    "I shouldn´t have done that, I shouldn´t have gone there!"
    if instead you say:

    "This is an important step in the evolution of my desire-
    in the clarification of wh I am and what I want.
    And I will be better for it, having lived this experience
    and I embrace all of it and I appreciate ALL the components,
    who shared in this contrasting moment,
    because I´m clearer now about who I am and what I´m wanting."

    ohh, doesn´t this just soothe that, you see?
    (...) you know why it just feels sometimes as a punch in the gut?
    It didn´t get there, instantly.
    But the moment it came on strong and hard, like that-
    it was in a moment of SELF-CONDEMNATION, every single time.

    Evere single time!
    because NOTHING will take you faster OOTV and further from who you really are,
    than being mad at yourself-
    when the source in you is ADORING you in such a strong way!

    That´s what it is every time- EVERY time."


    from the clip
    Abraham Hicks 2013 - How to Soothe the Pain of Contrast - Law of Attracti

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    "If it doesn´t feel good to you,
    it has nothing to do with you."


    (Abe)





    You said: What can I do?

    And we say: IGNORE ISSUES.

    from the clip
    Abraham Hicks -- Money Create

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    Sometimes people will say, "Well, isn't this just denial?"
    And we say, "We hope so!"

    We hope that you are denying the absence that you do not want.
    And we hope that you are embracing the presence of what you do.
    But somehow the idea of denial has become a dirty word to you;
    like it is virtuous to face the reality of the horror of your own lives.

    And we would be ignoring anything that did not please us.
    We would get our eyes on what feels good.


    --- Abraham

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    Feeling bad always means:
    Source has another opinion about this, than you.

    "Feeling bad always means: you are wrong.
    (...)The emotional scale is the varying degrees to which you pinch yourself off.
    Sometimes you REALLY have a disagreement with source,
    and sometimes you kinda sort of have a disagreement with source."



    from the clip Abraham: Where does sadness come from?


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    “Rather than trying so hard to erase the past,
    focus on the present.

    Give thought to what you now want.”


    Abe

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    It´s your job to IGNORE your issues!!


    San Antonio Nov 2009

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    Asking: "What am I doing Wrong???"
    THAT`S
    what your doing wrong!


    So what is it that I’m doing wrong?
    -What is it that I’m doing wrong, that is keeping me
    from being better at this? What am I doing wrong?

    That’s the answer to the question, right there.
    That’s the answer to the question:
    You’re calling yourself wrong,
    because you’ve made a determination
    that you’re not where you want to be.
    And you’re beating up on yourself about it: "I should be doing better."

    That’s a core vibration – not core from Source,
    but something that you’ve been practicing for so long
    that it’s a very influential vibration:

    "I should be doing better than I am."
    And that just straight out is not true at all.

    Where you are is as much of the path as you can see right now,
    and it’s fine. It’s fine!
    "I’m right smack dab on my path; this is where I am.
    What’s here that’s good for me?"


    -That will transform you:
    Just looking for the positive aspects of where you stand.

    San Diego 2014

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    There is nothing for you to go back and live over,
    or fix, or feel regret about now.
    Every part of your life has unfolded just right.


    Abe

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