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EUREKA!

Winter solstice. The shortest day of the year. Wouldn’t it be nice if some of our old thinking habits could be as short lived?

I, for one, would have loved that back before I started following Abraham Hicks. Those BAH days (Before Abraham Hicks). Oh those days were filled with doubts. What if this? What if that? What if one thing? What if another?

When the doubts took a break the “I don’ts” and “I can’ts” spiced with the occasional blame and shame took over.

Oh, that mental contrast kept me awake at night. Tossing and turning. The only way to shut the voice up was to read. I’d lose myself in murder mysteries through the night and then be fuzzy brained at work the next day. And that state of mind led to more of the same: doubts, can’ts, don’ts, shame and blame

I often wished I had a switch on my temple. Flip, and blessed silence. That rocket of desire was sent up and four years later, manifestation – although I was clueless of what was actually going on.

Four years ago, along came Abraham Hicks, via my wife. Eureka! I found the answer I was looking for and it wasn’t a switch. It was something much better – a new way of thinking, a new mindset, a new thinking habit.

It took practice and constant listening to Abraham on YouTube. What a marvelous sleep aid that is. I took to listening to Abraham first thing in the morning. Now the doubts and the other stinking thinking, when they make an appearance are short-lived, just like the sun during the winter solstice.

If it weren’t for Abraham, the nights would pass like a snail with arthritis in winter time. Thank you Abraham, your words are rays of light regardless what the sun is doing.

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