Make a decision of what you want, give your attention there, find the feeling place of it — and you’re there instantly. There is no reason for you to suffer or struggle your way to or through anything.—Abraham [Excerpted from the workshop: Kansas City, MO on August 29, 1999]
When I initially woke up this morning, I noticed that my attention was centered on something I had already decided to not do today. I still felt good about the decision I had made. And yet, I was also aware of something inside keeping my attention on that thing. As if I somehow needed to justify the “not doing”.
While finishing my coffee, I recalled the above quote that had graced my early morning email.
I gently invited my attention to the activity I had chosen to undertake today, inviting a fresh sense of the “feeling place of it.”
I noticed first an inner sense of ease and gratitude. Followed by some unexpected openings along a path that also allowed the creation of this brief post.
Have YOU made a decision today (no matter how small it might be) about something you want? I’d love to hear about it – either in the comments (below) or in a private message.