BEST of PONDER on THIS for Thursday, November 22nd, 2012 by Arnold Patent in YOU CAN HAVE IT ALL

“The principle that we “always receive what we want or believe is relentless.” It is in constant operation whether we notice it or not. People who struggle for a living, doing things they dislike, perceive the world around them at variance from the ease and simplicity which is open to them.

A related issue is one that many people have trouble with. It is a superstitious belief that in order to have some things in our lives that are good and positive, we have to be willing to accept things that are bad or negative to obtain a balance. This creates a continual block to progressing in any real way with the quality of our lives. Is it worth it to improve some aspect of our lives if there is an unknown price to pay?

To master “abundance” requires us to deal with two basic issues. First, we must be willing to fully and freely express ourselves by using the talent or talents that the Universe has given us to express. Second, we must notice any beliefs which we have that are in opposition to the principle of abundance. If we are not experiencing abundance we are literally pushing it away from ourselves.” 

                   Arnold Patent, in “You Can Have It All”
            
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