“Accept your present situation as it is and get rid of your dissatisfaction and resentment. You can always find something good in everything and in any situation. Even the smallest things in life can be a source of joy. So, you don’t like the house you’re living in, but you can at least be grateful to it. After all, it has sheltered you. It is rainy and windy outside, and the house is the one to endure that, while keeping you safe and warm. Doesn’t this deserve some kind of recognition?
If you are grateful for what you have now, if you experience love towards all those things surrounding you, things that make your life easier, then you will be giving off positive energy. Then, if you want to, you could count on an improvement of your living conditions. And when you are moving away, be sure to thank everything that surrounded you before in your old house. Even things that you throw away deserve your gratitude. In these moments, you are transmitting positive vibrations to the surrounding world, and these vibrations will definitely come back to you.”
Vadim Zeland, in “Reality Transurfing 1”
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Compiler’s Note: Last summer a “Ponder on This” subscriber suggested I read “Reality Transurfing 1” and eventually I did so. I found this book fascinating in many ways, and really feel that even with all the books I’ve read in this category, that it broadened my perspective in a pivotal way. Note that since the print book is no longer in print, and used copies are very expensive, the link above is to an eBook that includes all five books in the Reality Transurfing series.
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