Maybe we’re SUPPOSED to get frustrated.

When the desire is born, right away you start counting yourselves a failure, because you’ve got this desire that hasn’t been satisfied. Know that you never get it done! And since you never get it done, it’s time to stop being unhappy about what’s undone, because most of it is undone! You are an eternal being. Most of it is undone. Instead of taking score about what’s been achieved — we want you to start feeling anticipation about what is still to arrive…

 

—Abraham

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It occurred to me in reading this quote that maybe we’re supposed to get frustrated when something doesn’t happen right away.

Think about it…  Our true selves are non-physical.  The plane we come from is one where we have complete knowledge of everything, and the ability to manifest our desires instantaneously.

Then we come here.  A desire hits us, and we think, “I want that.”  So, we send that command out to the Universe and, in theory, the Universe responds.  Immediately.  Without hesitation or question or judgment.

So…  Where is the resultant manifestation?  Or, as Abraham has put it so well, “Where’s my stuff?”

Abraham says the reason we feel negative emotion is because there is a gap between who we really are and where we are now.  That has to mean that we subconsciously feel a disconnection.  And if that’s the case, then it’s only natural for frustration to occur when things don’t happen at the snap of a finger.  We have a reason – maybe even a right – to expect it.

I don’t know what the implications of this are, but I’ve filed the idea under Things That Make You Say, “Hmmm…”

——Tim Star

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