As I was cleaning up dog poop and pee out of our carpet this morning, I started playing a game where I reminded myself several times “that everything is always working out for me (Abraham-Hicks)”. If it hadn’t been for a series of events that preceded her bowel elimination it would have been sitting there for about 5 hrs, but instead I was able to clean it up right away and air out the place so that when we came home it was all done.
If it hadn’t been for a different set of events that also involved a “poopy” accident with my Dear Daughter (first time in a year) which made us late for a chiropractic appointment way across town which then got rescheduled, we would have missed the “Squeagle”. I do think it is interesting that poop is the common denominator for today, but hey it worked. Instead the Universe was looking after us both and guiding us toward the path of least resistance.
Wallah! My DD and I went down to the train tracks to see a train go by (one of our fave things to do together) and while waiting we spotted an eagle on top of a telephone pole. It took us a while to verify that it was in fact an eagle, because it had its wings out a little, making it look more like a bell. We researched it later and found that it holds its wings out like that to cool itself off. We spent the next 30 minutes watching the eagle, laughing together, calling to it, talking about the eagle, singing to it, asking if it would dance for us, and clapping when it pooped (what is it with me and poop today). We played a fun game where we went back and forth trying to convince the other of the true name of the animal. I said that it was called a “Squeagle” and she said it was called an “Eagle” and then we would switch names and she would try to convince me that its name was “Squeagle” and I would say “No, it’s an Eagle.” It was hilarious and joyful! I am sure the so called “Eagle” was having a good laugh and did indeed do a lot of dancing for us with shaking its tail feathers and what not. I guarantee you I wouldn’t have missed that time with my DD and that “Squeagle” for the world!
To practice this game you just remind yourself, when inspired, that “everything is always working out for me”. Then watch how things unfold. To learn more about this game from an Abraham seminar check out this clip where they discuss how Esther used it when she missed her flight to Atlanta and how she is so glad that she missed it.