Tonette Kelly

Life Is For Living and Learning

You Get What You Expect So Why Expect Less Than The Best?

 

Expect The Best

 

Esther and Jerry Hicks have another important message for us:

The premise that so many people come from is that good isn’t natural; good must be demanded or manipulated or orchestrated. And we say, good IS natural! It must be asked for, and it must be expected — but Good is the only Stream that flows.

— Abraham

Excerpted from the workshop in Tarrytown, NY on Saturday, May 15th, 1999 # 84

 

It is essential that you remember that you control your own destiny with your thoughts. If you focus on ‘not having’ then that is exactly what you will receive. If you focus on ‘having something less than the best’ then that is exactly what you will receive. The universal Law of Attraction means that it cannot be otherwise.

You attract the outcome that resonates with the vibrations that you are putting out into the universe.

This is why it is so important to make sure that children from disadvantaged backgrounds get to see ‘other lives’. If they don’t see something different to what they’ve already got they focus on what they have as being normal and attract more of the same. They get what they expect.

Once the mindset changes (ie. the mind movies change) a different vibration is released and life changes. Opportunities arise and once seized there is no looking back! There are no limits other than those in your own head.

Tonette Kelly

http://howtobeagoodparent.wordpress.com

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May 26, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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