Phil Posted July 9, 2022 Share Posted July 9, 2022 What Is (awareness, consciousness, You)… letting go (of discord). Esther Hicks has an insightful analogy for this. She says every thought is like a stick, and What Is can focus on either end of each stick. At one end, there is the absence of what is wanted. That might sound like I can’t, it’s not possible, it’s not going to work out, there isn’t enough, or specifics of lack or shortage. This end of the stick might also be self referential thoughts, of undeserved-ness or unworthiness. To let go of the discordant end of the stick, she suggests ‘going more general’, which I express as ‘zooming out’. This naturally allows some relief, some space around what one was ‘zoomed in’ on. This allows more clarity, that it was just one end of the stick one was focused on. This allows appreciation, as one is allowing the appreciation of realizing, that one was zoomed in on the discordant end of the stick. Truly letting go of the discordant end can also be the admittance & recognition of not knowing. Not knowing what will happen, how things will happen, etc. At the other end of the stick, is alignment. The having of it, that it can be, that it is possible, that you are deserving, that you are worthy. The alignment attracts. The alignment is alignment with, as, the creator that you are. Maybe this brings some ‘sticks’ to mind that you might be willing to share as examples of. If you take a minute to try this… what did you find? Was there relief & alignment felt in the ‘zooming out’? Maybe more clarity on ‘letting go’, and how to go about letting go? Some resonating in ‘picking up’ the aligned end of the stick? Some eagerness, enthusiasm, excitement…? Quote Mention YouTube Website Sessions Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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