For best results, wait ‘til you’re snorting
“Laughter is the sound of the soul dancing. My soul probably looks like Fred Astaire.”– Jarod Kintz
It’s Monday, first day of a new week and I’m betting you’re launching some new goal, some new fitness regime, some new wannabe manifestation.
Whatever it is, you should know that it’s already happening. You’re already thinner, happier, eating healthier food. In one of the quantum probabilities, that is fact. You made the intention, it’s out there, it’s in the field of potentiality.
In fact, you can’t stop it…
you block it with your mental architecture, your beliefs, your stubborn insistence on focusing over and over on what appears to be.
Take your mind off those old habits. They’re annoying and getting tiresome.
That’s why the first step to accomplishing anything is to get on a frequency that can hold the new vision. A frequency where your connection to the bigger thing is fluid and open and where things can materialize easily, quickly, no muss, no fuss.
Getting on the joy and gratitude frequency is by far the best thing you can do for yourself. Better than counting calories, or making lists of thing you want to change.
That’s why I proclaim joy and happiness every day. That’s why I laugh every chance I get. I figure I’m ready to begin a new project, a new goal only when I’m happy and feeling good. As I said in the headline, once you’re snorting in laughter, your frequency is very close to God.
And with that little tidbit of New Year’s glee, I’ll close with this fun little story from Yvonne who asked the FP to jump through some hoops:
“I read your book while on a month long trip to Barcelona. I’m still here as I write. I decided to look for purple shoes as my sign in the Volkswagen Jetta experiment. I thought that would be a significant challenge. I’ve never seen purple shoes or a purple feather.
“As it turns out purple is the new “in” color! Not one to follow fashion, I couldn’t believe it. There are purple shoes in every shoe store and on feet everywhere! The purple feathers were harder to find. A day after I found hundreds of purple shoes, I found an art piece by Salvatore Dali (in the Dali Museum in Figueres, Spain) using peasant feathers and part of the feathers were purple, but then in a woman’s accessory shop there was a large necklace scarf type piece that was made exclusively of purple feathers!”
Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and its equally-scintillating sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.