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What’s inspiring you?

As you all know by now, I’m a Law of Attraction and specifically Abraham-Hicks junky. I really try to do everything in my life at least thinking about the Law of Attraction. And one of the most important things to remember about the Law of Attraction is that as long as I’m feeling pretty good in general and ‘feeling’ my way towards the things I want, they usually show up. The path towards those things always just lights up for me. A simple formula: Think about what it is you want, feel good about it, wait for inspired action, take that inspired action, manifest. And, I’ve learned, the opposite of that, taking uninspired action, doesn’t help much. But sometimes I have to remind myself of that. I have to remind myself to stop trying so hard to make something happen.
I had a conversation with a friend the other day after she had seen a book on my husband’s desk written by a pretty famous Life Coach kind of person. This person holds seminars all over the world and really packs them in and takes command of the audience. Yelling, calling people out, demanding that they take action, set goals, DO SOMETHING! Now I realize that some people need that. They need to have the planner where they write out there goals one, two, and three months ahead, and then a long-term plan for one year, five years, and ten years. I remember getting one of those planners and doing my best to fill it in, but coming up empty. Don’t get me wrong, I definitely have goals. Goals that I’m completely in to. Goals that I’m making happen and working towards every day. Just not in the same way others are. Again, inspired action. I prefer to wait and see which direction I’m supposed to take.
I’m part of a group of several colleagues that meet each month. The original intent of the group was to discuss business, things we’re working on, stuff we have questions about, ideas we want to float, places where we’re getting stuck. But the energy in the group has been kind of lax the past several months and it’s been bothering me. So I’ve tried to pump it up a bit, I’ve tried to get it going, I’ve tried to get a more constructive format going in the group. In short,
I’ve tried to make something happen.
A couple of weeks ago I finally said to myself, ‘Wait. What if we don’t all want the same thing?’ So I posed that question to the group, ‘What do you guys want out of this?’ And some of the answers surprised me…but then made me smile.
Several folks in the group said they didn’t want anything more than what was already in place. They wanted to just let things happen organically and not push their businesses. Their wants and desires were already ‘out there,’ and they were waiting for things to light up for them in their own way. They were waiting for their own personal inspired action. My inspired action is to be in a really energetic, active group, but that’s not their inspired action. And that’s completely okay! I realized that by trying to make this group in to something it wasn’t…and the people in it didn’t want it to be…I was taking uninspired action. And, of course, it didn’t feel right. For me or for the others in the group.
Sometimes inspired action means taking no action at all. And, it should be no surprise to hear that as soon as I stopped trying to make that group in to something it didn’t want to be, I got a phone call…’Hey, I think we should put together a group of like minded people who want to…..’
It was inspiring.
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