Resting day, although that was yesterday. For me it still felt a bit that way. Full of energy, I started this day and done a lot from the intention “To have all the time in the world”. And that worked out great. Around 10 in the morning I finished most of my list of things I wanted to do. And I realized something was different. Several times in the morning I was surprised that it was only 9 or 10 cause I did a lot and I felt I was awake for a long time. And without costing me much energy, what often is the opposite when I try to make things happen and get frustrated because time runs through my hands. This intention worked very well.
Looking back, many did since we’re traveling. Especially those who are clear and, relative, simple. But also traveling after severe backpain the day before and still when leaving. This intention performed (can you explain it that way) very well too.
Insight from Hicks .
Was listening to a YouTube from hicks about “Think only on what you want” and stop explaining why it’s not there yet or who isn’t a cooperate component.
The biggest nugget, although it’s a very powerful video, was that squabbling about something that doesn’t work, holds back what you do want.
Example: If you want more money, but the source you think it needs to come from doesn’t delivers, stagnates everything. Making a problem of what doesn’t work will stagnate all sources that can deliver the money instead.
And kind of dumb in my case, since I have so much proof that things often work out totally different (and much better) when I let the universe do where it’s good at. Income-sources, places to live or stay during travelling, relationships. Everything I TRY to figure out and accomplish on my own, takes a lot of energy and gives, at best, a very mediocre result. The video is here somewhere.
The lizard and the Beetle.
After lunch I sad in the sun and suddenly my eye catched a cute little lizard, warming up in the sun. Suddenly he was fighting with a big Beetle, much to big, in my eyes, for such a small creature. But he not only won, he ate most of it also. My picture of that little, cute lizard was vanished. But then I realized this lizard prevented this big beetle from entering our kitchen and made me aware to close the door to prevent this in the future.
Shifting perspective is so much fun.