As we navigate through the rough waters of adulthood and all its accompanying responsibilities, we tend to lose touch with our lighter side, our playful, imaginative, magical child within. That magical child is the part of us that brings joy to our lives, sparkles with new ideas, believes in possibilities, has inspirations, enjoys belly laughs, tries new experiences. We need to invite that aspect of ourselves back into our daily lives. To do that we can remember the things we loved doing when we were younger and have set aside, we can open ourselves to spontaneity, we can try a new form of artistic expression, we can pay attention to our impulses, which may be ideas flowing from our higher selves or intuition, we can allow ourselves “down time,” letting our imaginations freely take new directions without following a task list. Giving air time to your magical child brings happiness back into life!
When one sets out to recreate oneself, through career, a transitional job, a reorganization of one’s life through a move, fears about all the what-ifs and uncertainties arise. The following quote from Abraham brings calm and perspective:
“Think of this random Universe where everything is possible. The
organizational skills belong to Law of Attraction. If you will relax and allow Law of Attraction to do the organization and the managing, then you can spend your time doing the things that please you.”
Make more decisions in every day. Because a decision is a summoning of life. That’s why a little chaos is good for you, because often you don’t make a decision until you get yourself in a jam. And then, in the middle of the jam, you make a decision, but that decision summons Life Force. Have you ever been a place where you couldn’t quite make up your mind and you just felt sort of limp? “Oh, I don’t know. I don’t know. I don’t know.” And then you decided, and you felt alive again. We want you to know that you’ll never get it done. So don’t approach this from, “I gotta get on this” because you’re not ever going to get it done, anyway. And the other thing we want you to know is, you cannot get it wrong. So, make a decision. Let it flow.