One of my clients that went through an abundance session with me had doubts about anything positive happening. She went a week or two with no results. To make matters worse, out of the blue she had a deposit of 10K put into her business account. On the same day the IRS swept the account and took all of it. She was, to say the least, distraught. Her CPA called the IRS and spoke with them at length. The agent said that they would put back 7,500 and keep 2,500 towards the client’s debt and set up 500$ a month payments towards her debt. The CPA figured it would be a month of Sundays before the IRS put that 7,500 back into her client’s account. Before the end of the business day, 7,500 went back in that account. My client was elated. It was still a windfall she had not expected and she never dreamed she would work out such a nice deal with the IRS. Even the CPA said that in 25 years of dealing with them, she had never seen the IRS put money back into an account so quickly. Never.
Today I will expect the impossible. I will anticipate better. I will see things through. I will see the hidden meaning in the down movements as much as I do the up ticks. I will anticipate a windfall today. I will read these words and know that all I have will be enlarged in the positive way
If you’ve ever eaten at the midnight buffet on a cruise or tasted the high end buffets at the casinos in Las Vegas, you have tasted a sweet part of life. Even if you haven’t, I will do my best to describe them to you. Sometimes they are roped off by velvet ropes. There are chefs wearing those tall white hats carving roast beef. There are meals and dishes you have never heard of and items you would probably never prepare for yourself. Colors and sights and aromas fill the air. I firmly believe that this is how life really is. So much indecision comes from the fact that you don’t realize that you can do whatever you want to do. You can be whatever you want to be. You have discretion and the ability to pick and choose. You have free will and can pick and choose much like a huge buffet. Often it’s like trying to eat an elephant; you can’t eat it all in one sitting, but over time you can conquer and complete whatever you set out to do.
Today I will expect God’s favor. Blessings will chase me down, rain upon me and overtake me. In a world filled with indecision I will have multiple choices. I will be allowed to choose what is best for me. I will access a deep knowing of the best choice for my life and I will be at peace with my decision.
My friend once said, “Jimmy, there is nothing wrong with your clients that 100 years of therapy wouldn’t cure; but who’s got the time and the money?”
Today I hope your Zen finds you. Other than asking spirit, “Where are my car keys?” I stay out of the question, because I have seen it curl people up on the couch. I am all about the affirmative statement and just a short statement in general. When you make a basic statement like, “All of my organs, glands and systems are functioning in harmony and at 100%” (yeah, you may want to write that one down!) then it will either test Yes or No. If it tests No, fish it out. By now you should know what to do. If you do not, then check out my books that will teach you how and then schedule a session. Any and everything can be changed. It’s all energy and once you learn how to change things, you can have so much more fun!
I had been given an African Gray named Alex. He was very smart and about as controllable as a two year old. Alex was a finicky eater with a huge vocabulary. At dusk he would often climb out of his cage using his beak and claws to slide down the cage stand. Once on the old wood floors he would waddle over to my bedroom door putting one pigeon foot in front of the other until he came to rest at my closed wood door. He would use his beak and knock on the door.
I would always ask, “Who is it” and he would say “Alex” with a yelp of sarcasm as if I was an idiot for even asking. I would get down on the floor and open the door and put my arm out sideways. He would take his time putting one foot on my forearm and then the other as if he was undecided. Slowly he would climb up my arm then shoulder and then standing where his head was next to my ear he would let out a huge sigh and shutter as if he were releasing all the anxiety in the world. “Wow that was a rough journey for you pal” I would tell him.
Today I will remember that I have it a lot better than most of the world. If you are reading this with a light in a climate controlled room and have food in your home and a somewhat stable roof with an auto in the driveway. Congratulations! You are better off than the majority of the world. Today I will breathe a sigh of relief and know that I am blessed.