BEST of PONDER on THIS for Friday, October 12th, 2012 by Jeff Maziarek in SPIRITUALITY SIMPLIFIED

“The adage “do what you love and the money will follow” is very commonly known, but just why is this so? In response to this question, reflect upon the following passage from Arnold Patent:

When you choose to make doing what you love the core experience of your life, you move into alignment with the Universe. Immediately, the infinite supply of energy is available to you. You feel the aliveness that comes from having the unlimited energy of the Universe flow through you. This aliveness influences the energy signals you emit, and the people and circumstances that will support the continuation of your feeling of aliveness are attracted to you.  

Stop for a moment and think about something that you really love to do. Now get in touch with the feelings that you normally experience while doing this activity. Assuming you were able to identify such a pursuit, it is likely that you would typically experience at least three distinct feelings – a feeling of joy or bliss, a feeling of being in the flow, (a.k.a. effortless accomplishment), and a feeling of time literally standing still as you instinctively stay focused in the present moment. As the preceding passage from Mr. Patent infers, these feelings arise because you are effectively tapping into the energy of your Higher Self, or to put it another way, you are allowing the limitless “I” to express itself instead of the fearful, self-conscious “me.”

These times are very magical, because they give you an opportunity to step outside of your active conscious mind and truly become a channel for the Divine. It really is an exhilarating feeling, because you are not really thinking about what you’re doing, but rather you are feeling it.”
                  Jeff Maziarek, in “Spirituality Simplified”

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