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Mastering the Art of Creating, Allowing and Receiving Your Highest Good

spiritual prosperity

“The
Good that is for you is your God. Do you not move toward your Good?”

-Emma Curtis Hopkins, Scientific Christian Mental Practice

“As you think thoughts that feel good to you, you will be in harmony with who you really are.”
– Abraham, via Esther and Jerry Hicks

Every thing is created out of the divine qualities of Life, Truth and Love.
– Sananda

We are made in the image and likeness of our Creator, hence we are creators.

We can use these principals to create. Self Love is the key to create, allow and receive our good.

We are in a time on our dear Mother Earth that is ripe with a need for our creativity and the power of our collective consciousness to manifest new levels of health, wealth and needed solutions to a myriad of planetary problems. You have the answers, and so do I. The key, as the Hicks have taught us, is releasing resistance and allowing our good. Allowing and receiving our good is Self Love. Our Self Love will radiate love to others.

When I’m in resistance, I struggle to even remember the definition of resistance. Abraham teaches us that resistance is being in a vibration that doesn’t match our Creator’s vibration. Thinking thoughts that stem from fear is resistance. Believing in separation from our Creator and our good is resistance.

I taught a year -long Spiritual Prosperity class with 15 participants on creating and manifesting miracles and our good. We met in my home for a few hours every two weeks. Part of the class was channeled by me from Sananda and my high self, part was a group meditation and channeling from all in our circle, and part was sharing our miracle manifestations and anecdotes of using and demonstrating the prosperity principles we had learned.

One of the very important principles I learned, and keep learning, is noticing and releasing resistance to my good. In the class, each week I would assign homework that was designed to enhance the practical and useful aspects of the Spiritual principles we were studying. What stood out to me was that usually only half or less of our group did the homework or any practice between our meeting times. We had all agreed that we wanted to increase our good, so I kept asking the Divine why this was so.

I realized that the resistance to completing the homework assignments was the same resistance we all had to allowing and receiving our good– the very same resistance that was keeping out our desires for wealth, happiness and a myriad of unmanifested wishes. Resistance is resistance. To me, this was a huge revelation. The quality and vibration of resistance is not conducive to creating our Good regardless of the form it takes. It can be any of the derivatives of fear in their subtle forms; not the fight or flight fear that is for our survival, but qualities that are invisible to us until we root them out.

This type of resistance might be doubt in our abilities, lack of confidence, unworthiness, procrastination, fear of being criticized or a lack of Self Love, to name a few of the popular ones.

I invite you to look at any resistance you may have to creating, allowing and receiving your good. The best way to release resistance is to notice it, put it in the light of love and turn toward what you want to create. Use anything that you have noticed is a bridge of love-light for you. Meditation, music, exercise, or driving in the countryside can put you back in the receiving mode. A funny paradox is your power is not resisting resistance but transforming it into love. Create. Have fun. Sing. Dance. All of these activities release resistance.

There you have it. You will be in the vibration that creates worlds, which is really fun. This is a time when we are being asked to love ourselves in the highest and best way we know how and then increase that little by little every day.

I thank you. What blesses one, blesses all.

The photo for today contains meaningful symbols for me that, when viewed, take me right into my own creativity.