Congratulations to so many of you that worked on the questions in yesterday’s post about what you attract. I know it couldn’t have been fun for some of you, but this is where the real breakthroughs are made.
In order to raise our consciousness, change our results, and become the person we want to be, we must learn lessons from the challenges we all must go through.
This understanding will resolve why we are getting the results we are manifesting, and only then can we change our way of thinking and co-create the future we desire.
Now some of you related some pretty horrific things that had taken place in your lives. First let me acknowledge those and offer my condolences. Second, I will tell you now that I won’t be answering the questions many asked about whether I thought they were responsible or attracted such horrible things, or other calamities such as the 9/11 attacks, and natural disasters.
This blog is not about me judging you, and I certainly don’t have all of the answers for everything in your lives. I have more than enough on my plate managing my own life! What I do see this blog as, is a forum where I can start the dialogue, ask the tough questions, and get you doing the critical thinking that allows you to produce your own breakthroughs.
In the cases of you losing a loved one, that’s not really the kind of situation I was thinking of. I’m looking for things that were almost all about you. The examples in my own life...
Getting shot in a robbery, having my business seized by the tax authorities, a number of failed businesses, dysfunctional relationships, etc.
Now in each case, an argument could be made that I was just collateral damage as things happened around me. And there was a time I believed that. But no longer…
Some of you still think that as well. Someone wrote me to say, “I did a list of the worst moments of my life and they all were things I had no control over.” Sorry, but I don’t buy that either.
I happen to believe that everything that happens to me is manifested by me in some way, and I am a co-creator. And that’s where we’ll pick up on the next post…