PONDER on THIS for Saturday, August 20th, 2011 by Jonathan Parker in THE SOUL SOLUTION

“When we realize that we draw to us what we fear, or what we focus on, it may at first seem like a negative scenario, but when we really grasp this fundamental process, it’s actually quite empowering. As Joseph Campbell puts it on the DVD A Hero’s Journey: “When you follow your bliss…doors will open where you would not have thought there would be doors and where there wouldn’t be a door for anybody else,…and the world moves in and helps.”

Rather than living with fear, if we can find a way to live with bliss, wonderful things open up for us. And bliss is readily available; it’s just that most people haven’t yet figured out how to feel blissful. Your bliss is not only a wonderful inner feeling that generates positive outcomes; it’s also a natural characteristic of your soul. Yes, your very own soul is always happy, so when you’re connected with your soul, you feel happy and often even blissful, and therefore, your life is an experience of goodness.

When you’ve integrated the bliss, happiness, and goodness of your soul, you can easily manifest the wonderful results you want in your life because your thoughts, beliefs, and feelings have come into alignment and harmony with your true goals.”

Jonathan Parker, in “The Soul Solution”

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