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It’s all good…

I’d like to set the record straight. There is not a stream of goodness and a stream of badness out there in the Universe. (I’m sure this isn’t the first time you’ve heard me saying this, but it’s definitely worth repeating…) There is only a stream of goodness. And it’s up to you to decide whether or not you want to swim in it. Unfortunately, society and all that comes with it, has taught us that that’s not true. That there IS in fact a stream of badness and that we have to struggle day to day to find our way out of the stream of badness in order to occasionally dip our toes in the stream of goodness. It’s just not true. Today’s Abraham-Hicks quote is an oldie but a goodie.
“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.”
Some people just don’t get that. Some people just KNOW that that bad thing is coming and life is a constant struggle against it and you should be lucky to have a few good moments in your life before you die. Yikes. These are the types of people that put their misfortune ‘out there’ in the Universe. Basically, by expecting it, they ask for it. Instead of letting go and expecting the good, they constantly prepare themselves for the bad. You know, the glass half empty people. I have someone like that in my life. And it’s hard because all I want to do is convince this person that that’s not the case. That life is supposed to be good! But every time I offer a process to help turn this person’s thinking around, they say, “Well, it’s not going to work, but I’ll do it if you want me to.” The problem is, this person won’t let go of the belief about the stream of badness.
Which leads me to a wonderful conversation I had the other day with a friend. She was working on an issue in her life and was constantly being told to ‘Let go!’ And that’s a fabulous idea, but the words ‘let go’ can often cause discomfort as in ‘loss of control.’ And that’s just too hard sometimes. So, we started playing around with the wording a little bit. Instead of ‘let go,’ we started saying ‘allow.’ In other words, instead of letting go of the bad, how about we allow the good? Which brings me back to the stream. Instead of being controlled by a bad that doesn’t exist, how about allowing yourself to believe…
It’s all good.
In Munay…

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