Janet Pearlman

Living in the Stream of Yes

Noticing Pay offs in the Flow of Good


We love seeing the good in the world. We know that when we look for good through our day, we find it. In fact, we realize the more we look the more we find it! Isn’t that cool!

Let life be easy and notice the pay offs that show up. We feel delight when we notice our flow of good on all manner of things.

Some examples from the life of Alima follow:

I. Story One

Alima spied a bargain on an electronic sale flyer. She had decided when the offering was a significant savings she would allow herself to be prompted to shop, drive to town just to take advantage of this offering.

In she went to the store. On the shelf and to her disappointment, the store seemed not to have in stock the size she wanted. Hmmm. Alima picked some sizes that were not exactly her heart’s desire, went to the cashier and bought them. At the checkout A asked questions about whether the store would stock more during this sale week.

Astute as A was, she realized this clerk had no clue if more would come in.  As she had waited in line, our star had noticed that a higher level staffer with whom she was acquainted was operating another cashier station. In a few moments, that person was free, and Alima could catch her attention.

That manager, competent, friendly and sharp, jumped into action to look downstairs for more supply. A followed her to the back of the store. While the helpful staff was busy, our heroine let her eyes roam. Hey, she noticed some stock of what she wanted on high racks above the normal shelving. Hmmm.

This dear woman followed the trail. It was too high for her to see exactly but that stash further down could hold the sought after items. That super store employee spotted her and caught on immediately, freeing up a ladder to investigate the stored items.

Voila!  What Alima wanted was there! Gleefully she proceeded to check out again, returning previous purchase and paying for what she had wanted all along.

Point? Our favorite shopper flowed along, receiving guidance along the way. She kept her feelings stable, received and followed cues, attracted good and helpful staff, and miraculously got her wish.

II Story Two

As the date neared, our heroine remembered the birthday of a former work colleague she had not seen for many years.  He had been born near to her date. What was the date again?

To her astonishment in the next day or two, A received a notice from LinkIn mentioning this friend. Wow isn’t that a fun flow of good!

Alima received the impulse to send him a note on Linked In. In about ten minutes he responded!

In the course of this unexpected delight, not only did she get to wish him well, our star got his actual date clarified—her memory was two days off. Pretty cool exchange!

III. Story Three

This dear woman enjoyed a positive memory of a walk with friends at a location on which the friends had vacationed. What was the name of that park again? She could not call it up.

A forgot about it. Then the next day, in an online community there it was—someone mentioned the place with its name. How cool was that?

IV. Story Four

This protagonist ruminated over the collection of the fallen leaves. Yes she kept bags of them if she could because she used them in her compost. Here were the new leaves, last years supply gone, A knew she “should” get out there and rake. This dear woman put it off. The landscaper came and the leaves were mowed and dissipated. Sigh.

But wait, the next day on her walk, there it was: Alima spied two boys with a big tarp filled with leaves. Those fellows were transporting all those nice leaves to a public lane to discard them. Wow the Universe had just supplied her with a place to fetch leaves when she needed them!


Isn’t it fun to relish the joys that show up for us when we follow the good. We get to see more and more pop for us! Want to share the ones you notice as you tune in? Please comment. Let’s help one another find more ease and flow with good.

About the Author

Janet Pearlman is a spiritual teacher, counselor, healer and artist. In these posts composed of true stories, she inspires others to know themselves and compassionately to develop skills of empowerment. In her forty-five year journey of self-discovery, she has deeply studied the teachings of Abraham-Hicks, Ernest Holmes and more. Janet offers individual sessions by phone and in person. Please contact her at jpearl555@earthink.net to arrange an appointment.

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