Friday, May 22, 2009

Knowing Where You Stand

It is such as relief to know where you stand.

Have you ever wondered about a person, trying not to project your expectations or judgements, but, all the same, waiting to see what it is about them that hasn't happened yet? In other words, you get a vibe about someone, can't put your finger on it, then a situation occurs that makes their intentions crystal clear to you. What a relief. The other shoe has dropped. Then you say, "I just knew it!"

Though the crystal clear vision is not always what you want in the situation, because the cloudiness protects us from the truth we don't want to hear, at least you know where you stand.

Esther and Jerry Hicks' Abraham would probably say, in your first moment of intuition, make the situation be what you are most wanting it to be. Do not put any energy into the negative thoughts or beliefs. Project your heart's desire and practice the law of deliberate creation.

Maybe I was projecting the desire to have this situation become crystal clear for me. Well, it worked. I created it deliberately, and am grateful to know where I stand. My vision is crystal clear, and move forward accordingly.

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