Momentum Monday

momentum-monday1“When people ask us how long does it take for something to manifest, we say, ‘It takes as long as it takes you to release the resistance. Could be 30 years, could be 40 years, could be 50 years, could be a week. Could be tomorrow afternoon.’
—Abraham” Excerpted from the workshop: Cleveland, OH on July 11, 2000

We’ve talked about this before but it never hurts to repeat it. This is the difference between manifestation and materialization. You manifest something as soon as you’ve thought it and put feeling and vibration into it. But materialization requires that you’re willing to accept it into your life and you’ve stopped checking the mailbox every day to see if it’s  come – or changing your order constantly so that the delivery cannot be made.  Materialization is when what you have desired actually shows up in your life.

Doubt and hesitation are both forms of resistance. Feeling unworthy and not deserving are also resistance. You have to examine your beliefs and see if you feel unworthy or as if you have to “do something” in order to deserve to have what you’ve asked for. Discover (or uncover) what other thoughts and feelings might be keeping your order from showing up at your door!

Try to place your order and let it go, knowing that it will come to you. Always remember the law of gestation though. An Acorn could wish with all it’s might to be an oak tree tomorrow and if the gestation period hasn’t elapsed, it’s not going to happen. If you’re unemployed or making $20,000 a year, the probability of you being able to quickly and easily accept the fact that you can make a million dollars a year is not high. You certainly can set smaller and quicker goals so that your subconscious will put forth less resistance in accepting a newer income. Work your way up by accepting and embracing the smaller goals. Once you’ve reached the first increment, then you can move up to the second and so on. It works much better that way.

Try all of this and see what happens!


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