How do we keep ourselves in a good mood? Chilling out and focusing on something fun. Let’s also pull up the outstanding “coincidences” that pop for us and fill us with delight.
True, at times we feel the effects of unwanted events. Why don’t we keep really juicy stories in a special file to remind us of what’s possible? Here’s one worth sharing:
Marielle smiled with song as she visited her brother and family. Not just any song-the Supremes hit “You Can’t Hurry Love” was playing in her head.
She informed the group. This whole family gyrated to this tune, easy to find on youtube: everyone danced. They called up the lyrics and could now sing along with the recording.
That night M’s brother had a performance of his band. Off they all went to set up for the gig. There was unloading, hauling equipment, arranging the chairs. Our star had the song running in her head. More than that she felt so happy, spirit coursing through as she helped.
Ok she did listen to the group perform an Asian/Indian fusion and enjoyed it. Then Marielle volunteered to help with break down. She knew a secret—she asked the audience (mostly friends of the group) if they could pitch in and offered suggestions for what was needed. The work was completed in record time. M was on a roll feeling high.
Picture our heroine dancing around the parking lot waiting for the loads of stuff to be delivered to the vehicles—yes you guessed: “You Can’t Hurry Love” was back to running in her mind.
Next day her visit was winding down. She went into the nearby city to meet up with other friends. She parked and then had to feed the meter for awhile, not sure how long she would need. Our dear one did her thing and then she realized, “Ok I am leaving tomorrow and want to get gas before I leave town.”
So, on the way back to family base camp, she stopped at a service station to fill her tank. Oh my yes, Marielle’s head was still playing this song. And it did fill her with joy. She stepped out to the pumps. But wait, she awoke to the fact that the song was now playing on the outside.
Our protagonist was hearing “You Can’t Hurry Love” being broadcast by the station’s radio out to the fill up area!! What were the chances of that? How could anything human have created that timing? Even she did not know when she would show up there! What a surprise and delight! M was thoroughly tickled!
Why tell this tale? Marielle tells this story to herself when she wants to remember how amazing things happen for her. She feels great when she brings that to mind.
And as she allows this “feeling great” emotional state, she knows she brings more of the same to her. Another cool tip to work the “Like Attracts Like.” Game. Want to give it a go?
What amazing event has transpired for you? Bring up the emotion of that anytime. How good that feels! Ahh.
Share your story? Please comment and inspire us!
About the Author
Janet Pearlman is a spiritual teacher, counselor, healer and artist. She has a gift for inspiring others to know themselves compassionately and to develop skills of empowerment. In her forty-three-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 firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment.