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Look around less. Imagine more.

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

the last several sentences (quoted below) are key in this powerful message from Abraham. it’s something i recall reading about in one of Deepak Chopra’s books some years ago: we program ourselves based on our environment. thus, our DNA are directly and indirectly programmed continually based on our perceptions and life experiences. the powerful thing about this is that your mind (thus thoughts, beliefs, and imagination) is your greatest asset in co-creating your reality with[in] you and with[out] everyone else.

on the one hand, if you see people around you aging, wrinkling, and going grey, then that must be “normal” or how things go, or “should be” right? on the other hand, if you train yourself to “know” (see, experience, imagine) otherwise, there’s no reason for the universe to deny you your own version of reality, based on your beliefs and programs you adhere to.

the truth, is that our human bodies are quite well designed, and we really don’t know how to care for them. we even believe it’s necessary to eat food to fuel them. do a little research, and you’ll find that it could be quite simple to live to a few hundred years of age, and also live off sunlight alone, if one was so inclined. but, if you’re living the day-to-day in routines, largely for the purposes of benefiting others, then you’re in a cloud of your own creation, and either you want to ignore greater possibilities, or you’re quite comfortable living a life less amazing that it could be.

either way, the deeper self knows, and in the end it doesn’t matter too much, so don’t worry on it. however, you choose what you want to experience in life, and you choose it consciously, or while asleep at the wheel. if sickness, frailty, fragility, aging, breaking down and withering away is normal, and expected, then that’s how it is, isn’t it?

no, but the universe will say “yes” if you want it to be so.

love your life.

Daily Law of Attraction Quotation

Is Abraham saying that you could reach what you consider to be a prime human physical condition and that you could maintain it for as long as you remain physically focused in this body? The answer is, absolutely yes. And it doesn’t mean reach your prime and then jump off a cliff the same day, either. It means, reach your prime and bask in the deliciousness of that. Now, why is other than that the more consistent experience? Because most everybody is looking around and vibrating in response to what they are seeing. So, what is the solution? Look around less. Imagine more. Look around less. Imagine more. Until your imagery is the most familiar vibration that you have.
— Abraham

Excerpted from the workshop in Boca Raton, FL on Saturday, January 16th, 1999