Here I am in the second day of being a Louisville, Kentucky resident for the second time. I am refreshed and ideas are flowing freely. I figure, why encrypt? Go ahead and speak my mind. Well, my mind speaks of its relief. What do I mean by this?
I just finished reading Money and the Law of Attraction, written by Jerry and Esther Hicks. Each book in their Abraham series has independently empowered me greatly over the past year and a half, and the core philosophical advice that I glean from the series can be summarized as this: Know what you want and visualize your having of it until you feel relief from resistance, then focus on feeling good while you attract this desire to you.
As I sat drinking my third cup of coffee at Quill’s on Baxter Ave and reading the book, I felt a jolt of understanding and a wave of appreciation wash over me as I envisioned my current desires and felt what it’s like to live them. I now have faith that they are on their way to me, and I am ecstatic knowing that all I have to do is continue to focus on that which feels good to maintain my happiness.
How am I doing this? How did I get here?
I knew that I needed to leave the city where I was residing. I had already read material on the law of attraction, and had seen physical evidence of the principles therein. I knew that reading up on these principles would help to shift my thinking in the right direction. I left my job and my studio apartment, knowing that I strongly desired to change my physical environment to a place that felt more like home, more like where I wanted to be. I arrived in Louisville and immediately began to explore. I’m currently observing all that I can: visiting as many local businesses as I can find, reading as much local literature as I can pick up; staying open to people and experiences; and keeping my eyes open for rich soil to plant some seeds.
The transition from one road to the next is challenging; there will be rickety bridges and obstacles along the way. Keep moving forward. I am to follow my desires and watch the path unfold into a clearing, never to look back… except to feel the greatness of seeing how far I’ve come.