I’m not an airy mindfulness yogi kinda feather-waving somefingsomefing.
I believe in the law of attraction, and I enjoy quality mindfulness-awareness quotes and figures. Abraham Hicks is one. I don’t understand fully the whole idea of him/her (?) being a “medium”, or what “it” (?) really is…but I know that I find this video both witty, funny, and damn powerful. The whole idea is pretty much founded upon this concept brilliantly quoted by “guru” (?) Hedberg:
I’m tired of following my dreams man, I’m just going to ask em where they’re heading and hook up with them later.
Check this out, it’s worth it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSGqY7fmMOc
It’s the idea that when we come from a place of wanting, we’re literally living in a space of lack. We’re pretty much in a waiting game of life, tiptoeing in hesitation for what we believe will save us to a happy life. This video talks about letting go of the chasing for a little bit, and believing we can be happy exactly where we are. In this space, we’re actually feeling so much better, that we unblock ourselves from our own barriers from getting what we are wanting in the first place. I totally get this. I’m learning to be happy with a bloated belly, as well as after a good poop #feelme?
Life is what happens when we’re busy making other plans. I’d prefer to feel good than to feel pain while waiting for some kind of self-made utopia in my mind that I’ll be happy when_______________.