There are no accidents; with Abraham-Hicks

I’m relaxing on a sunshine-on-snow blue-skied afternoon here in the ‘Loops of BC. I started work early today (0615) so I’m off work early. I don’t usually get to enjoy the early afternoon during the week – whoohoo!! And on a Friday to boot; high 5!

So feet up, laptop and off to YouTube I go for some video fare. The first thing I see is the random recommendation and it’s called “No Accident is Accidental” and it’s by Abraham-Hicks, one of my favorite teachers of “getting it.” It seemed like something I ought to watch given my Dad’s recent car accident experience.**

And how coincidental (or serendipitous?) – it’s about Esther having an accident – Abraham tells the story – it’s really funny! As usual with them – there are some great teachings too. Nice way to start my weekend. Here is a link to the video (or it might pop up here I dunno! This is my first attempt at linking to a video 🙂 ) 

 What do you think? Synchronistic? Encouraging? It motivated me to post. Let me know what it does for you. Smiley face and all that!!

Enjoy your weekend, whenever that might be! In honour of my shift-worker healthcare friends -not everyone’s Friday happens on a Friday.

Feeling glowy about my weekend … you?

Ailie

**My father is 82 yrs old and was in a 3 vehicle MVA on a highway during freezing rain 9 days ago. His van is totalled and another vehicle. The semi was okay. My Dad is doing fine – only 2 stitches it’s amazing! He even played tennis again, just a couple days afterwards – thought it would help with the aches. Go Dad!

4 thoughts on “There are no accidents; with Abraham-Hicks

  1. Thanks For Sharing this nice Topic

    “The law of attraction is the name given to the belief that “like attracts like” and that by focusing on positive or negative thoughts, one can bring about positive or negative results.[1][2][3][4] This belief is based upon the idea that people and their thoughts are both made from pure energy, and the belief that like energy attracts like energy.[citation needed] One example used by a proponent of the law of attraction is that if a person opened an envelope expecting to see a bill, then the law of attraction would “confirm” those thoughts and contain a bill when opened. A person who decided to instead expect a check might, under the same law, find a check instead of a bill.[5]

    Although there are some cases where positive or negative attitudes can produce corresponding results (principally the placebo and nocebo effects), there is no scientific basis to the law of attraction.[6]”

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    1. Thanks Grand Master, I agree with you in some regards – The “Law” of Attraction has been sold to too many people as a quick fix; we notice what we think about, but is that actually attracting or drawing that thing physically towards us? Sounds like telekinesis to me! That being said, I know that our attentional systems can only notice so much, so we DO notice the things we focus on … so if I’m focusing on bills, then I will certainly notice bills when they show up and I might discount money or a cheque showing up, cause that doesn’t fit with my lived experience.

      It is a CHOICE however, and we can choose to direct our attention to something else … and you know what, you WILL start noticing what you put your attention on. I think it is far more powerful to think about what I DO want (placebo) rather than what I don’t want (nocebo) … because in the not wanting, you have to revisit the thing you don’t want, which actually reinforces it – your brain has to take two steps to say “not” “that” but it pulls up “that” in order to negate it. It is simpler is to focus on what you do want – lower case “law” of attraction.

      Where are the references you refer to? I’m curious about a person who references blog postings!

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