Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Wouldn't it be Nice?

Okay, so this is the title of a Beach Boys song. But these guys must have been onto something because....according to Esther and Jerry Hicks, Wouldn't it be Nice? is one way to release resistance to receiving all the blessings that are just waiting to poured down on our precious little heads.

Here's how it works.

The point of the game is to move from discouragement to joy - one vibrational step at a time.
The one step at a time is important. Basically, we claim relief from what ever we are feeling in each moment. This is why ferociously repeating affirmations doesn't work. Trying to ramp up our energy to joy when we are worried is like driving from San Luis Obispo to Santa Cruz and being angry when we haven't arrived at the Big Ferris Wheel on the boardwalk a mere 10 minutes after we started our trip.

Often times, when we think we are being positive we are actually holding ourselves in the vibration of what hasn't happened yet; thereby attracting more of what hasn't happened yet.

"I really want more money because I'm sick of being broke all the time."

"I want to lose weight because I want to feel good about myself."

"I want to meet someone so I'm not lonely anymore."

All of the above phrases focus on what we don't have. But rephrasing the statement into 'wouldn't it be nice?' sentences creates a more positive feeling.

"Wouldn't it be nice to feel good about money?"

"Wouldn't it be nice if my metabolism cooperated with me and I felt great?"

"Wouldn't it be nice to meet a partner to share my life with?"

If you say all of the above statements out loud you will feel the vibrational difference. Once you start playing the game, the cells in your body will start moving toward attracting and manifesting your new vibration. But it does take some time - so be patient!

And most of all, enjoy the process....

Wouldn't it be nice for all of us to know that we are guided, blessed and loved?


PS: To learn more about vibrational alignment, check out Esther and Jerry Hicks book
Ask and It Is Given.


Anne R. Allen said...

Love this concept. Plus the affirmations have a great music soundtrack!

Dorothy Ann Segovia said...

Thanks, Anne. Also, the good thing about the music soundtrack is that music plus the affirmations go straight into cellular memory. THAT means that you will be replacing negative programming with good positive stuff that leads to growth, freedom and joy.

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