What a great weekend! I often hear Abraham saying (on workshop recordings) that we are here for the thrill of the ride, the joy of expansion, for identifying a desire and riding the wave of bliss as we allow it into our experience.
One of my long-standing desires has been to be able to be keep my good humour even when other people around me have lost theirs. It seems like I’ve had lots of opportunities to do that lately – and I say that without a trace of resentment, Pollyanna-ism or self-righteousness, I promise!
It is said that every question you bring to an Abraham-Hicks workshop is answered, whether or not you are called to “the hotseat” and have the opportunity to ask your question directly. This was exactly my experience last year at the Abraham Alaskan cruise workshops, when on the last day a man asked “how do you stay in the Vortex [of wellbeing] when your partner is outside of it?” I reflect on one part of the answer often: you never need worry about leaving the Vortex when you know how easy it is to get back in. Over the last few years since I first came across the Abraham work I’ve got better and better at finding my way back to wellbeing. It’s so true that it’s worth being out for the thrill of getting back in 🙂