One of my favorite quotes from the work of Abraham-Hicks is, “There is only a stream of well-being that flows. You can allow it, or resist it, but it flows just the same.”
I have a theory that some people are so used to struggling, that when things flow easily, they find ways to make it hard. Instead of just allowing things to be wonderful, they resist the flow and create obstacles that wouldn’t otherwise exist.
I’ve heard Joe Dispenza make some very insightful comments about this, and reading The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks confirmed my theory as well. (If you haven’t read it yet, definitely get it!) To shift this pattern, try to be mindfully aware of it throughout your day by . . .Read More