When my father transitioned many years ago, it marked a practical decision to incorporate “spirituality” into all aspects of my life.
I became aware of the the work of Ester and Jerry Hicks. It was somewhat difficult to wrap my head around the fact that this group of “like-minded” souls – or rather “consciousness” as she puts it, calls themselves Abraham and they are able to use her voice-box to communicate their wisdom to us. However, I do have a curious mind and wanted to sample their “teachings” regardless of what the package looked like. For me, I always take what works for me and discard the rest. Because of this attitude, I gladly delve into various philosophies and cultures and enjoy the richness of the expression of God through each one of these avenues.
One of the processes that Abraham taught was the “Wouldn’t it be nice if…?” process (Page 225, Ask and it is Given). It’s a process where you open your mind to the possibility of doing, having and “be-ing”something/somebody even though your current reality tells you differently.
One fun way to use this process is to say:
“Wouldn’t it be nice if… I am able to continuously dedicate my time and energy to sharing my inspiring stories and tools on my WordPress blog as my way of uplifting myself and others?”
“Wouldn’t it be nice if…We can all show love and appreciation to each other for everyone who inspires us?”
“Wouldn’t it be nice if…I am able to master prosperity consciousness to a precise formula so that I can improve the QoS of my life and the lives of those who I am of service to?”
“Wouldn’t it be nice if …Everyone (myself included) pays it forward?”
I have used this process occasionally over the years and have been able to change my living conditions and my finances to 3 times more than what I had. I’m really grateful for such dramatic changes.
Today, I am happy to the see the possibility game used by Liz Murray. It was a great reminder to use this process again! She has truly inspired us by her story.I just love seeing people when they shine by connecting to their higher consciousness and using that strength to change their lives. I wish her the best in life. I hope she continues to inspire others as she goes through her life journey.
I hope you enjoy the video as much as I do. I’d love to hear from you!