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Posted by on Nov 4, 2010 in General, Happiness, Relationships, Self Help, Spirituality

Filling myself up with love, so that I can be more at peace with the process of life – seems to be a reoccurring message for me lately.  In just this week alone, I’ve heard it randomly from Wayne Dyer, Louise Hay, Science of the Mind, and in review of the Gospel of Thomas (I think it was #8).  I’ve been struggling with a very annoying, itchy rash for a month now.  Allergies perhaps?  Maybe…. I don’t have allergies that I know of and am typically really healthy and take good care of myself.  I turned to Louise Hay’s “You can Heal Your Life” and she says that I’m resisting the process of my life and that the rash is a babyish way for me to get attention.  Okay, I can accept that.  Things haven’t been moving along as quickly as I like or in the timeframes I had set out to have them manifest, so I can’t really resist this as a possibility.  So I have been affirming “I love and accept myself.  I am at peace with the process of life”!

Turns out this affirmation manifested for me a whole slew of information in regards to how I stop trying to intellectually figure out how to change my perceptions and expectations in order to stop resisting.  I had a CD in my car that I didn’t even know was in the player (never use it because I always use my Zoon).  Turns out it was a 2 hour tele-seminar that Wayne Dyer did when promoting his movie and his book “The Shift”.  There’s a part where he talks about filling yourself up with God/Love.  He inspires to start being and behaving in ways that are in alignment with how God would behave and come from a place of Love.  Always!  No exception!  In doing this there will be no room for anything else to manifest differently from what you desire.  Sounds good to me!  Seems like an easy fix.  It’s one I’m willing to try.  I pride myself on thinking I do this in my life on a regular basis, however, I went back and reviewed my last weeks level of conscious choosing and  guess what….there’s an enormous amount of room for improvement.