Writing a daily blog for 365 days seemed a little spooky (I love the way this word sounds), so I started considering writing once a week. But after years of listening to Abraham regarding how valuable practicing their teachings everyday can be, I reconsidered. When I have practiced everyday before it has made a huge impact, but it has been a little while. What could it do for me to practice everyday for 365 days? How much more awesome could my life be? How would I change? I already have an incredible life, but I would still love to feel even more solid in some areas and do some energetic fine tuning. I would love to enjoy my life even more. I would love to become even better at molding the clay in a potent and powerful way. I like the feeling of writing everyday. I like the feeling of playing with my Universal Managers and seeing where this will lead me. I love the feeling of watching and seeing what happens over time, each day. I like the feeling of choosing any Abeish game that feels good to me and playing with it for at least 15 mins a day. I like the feeling of seeing how my writing will change, how my vibrational tone will change, how my ability to allow will sharpen and gain momentum.
I can feel the essence of this precipice moment, as if I am at the edge of a grand chasm and about to jump off. I remember this feeling from when I first started an Abraham Meetup here in Seattle. I knew there was a moment where if I didn’t take a risk things could go the same as they have been or I could open up to something totally new. I could take a risk and have people over to my house to discuss Abraham-Hicks. I could “jump and invent water on the way down”, or invent wings to fly, or invent anything my heart could conjure. Will the blog take off and become something bigger? Does that matter? Instead, I want to do this for me, because it feels good. Not for some benefit, not for someone else, not for anything but to feel the power of my own creativity, my own molding of the clay. I can feel the momentum building inside me, even as I write this, that this is my next logical step. I feel like my Inner Being is doing a happy dance in my heart right now!
I love to write and I love the exhilarating feeling I get when I am practicing Abraham’s games. I frequently feel relief, calm, relaxation, peaceful, exhilaration, bliss, and/or ecstasy as I am playing these games, which is definitely something I would like to perpetuate and activate more of. I love reading many others’ uplifting blogs so I figure there are folks out there that might feel inspired to journey with me and if they are that is great. However, I am doing this as a tool to align with my Inner Being. It does feel good though to connect with others who will be uplifted by my journey. I love bringing people together, it has been my nature since I was little. I love networking and magnetizing awesome, kick ass, tuned in, tapped in, and turned on folks who want to live life to the fullest.
I am really enjoying this precipice feeling as I am writing this very moment. I am feeling this electricity around me that feels ripe with possibility and knowing that this will be an enlightening and enlivening aspect of my daily life. What have I got to lose? Absolutely nothing. I only have a deeper connection with my own self and a deeper connection with the fairies of the Universe to look forward to. One of my favorite Abraham quotes is “the better it gets, the better it gets” and right now I can feel that stepping through this threshold will be a great example of living what I know. As I post this now I can feel that the Fairies of the Universe are by my side as I stretch my wings and begin to fly.
I feel this sense of freedom, like a genie that has just been released from her bottle. Freedom to write what I am called to write. Freedom to be happy. Freedom to make mistakes. Freedom to write incomplete sentences. Freedom to misspell a word. Freedom to learn. Freedom to repeat myself as often as I like because it brings me joy. Freedom to be goofy. Freedom to be alive. Freedom to be self loving. Freedom to laugh loudly. Freedom to experiment. Freedom to live an extraordinary life!