November 14, 2010

emotions as compass

If someone you did not know contacted you in some way and said to you, “Hello, you don‘t knowme. But I wanted to tell you that I‘ll never contact you in any way again”, you would say, “Alright”.You would not feel sad or disappointed that you would not hear from the stranger again. But if someone important to you were to tell you that, you would feel strong negative emotion. The emotion that you feel always indicates the vibrational difference between your point of desire andyour current thought. You could say that your emotions indicate the difference between your desireand your belief, or between your desire and your expectation. We like to explain that your emotions indicate the vibrational relationship between the vibration of who you have really become and whoyou‘re allowing yourself to be right now because of the thoughts you‘re thinking.

For example, when you‘re feeling proud of yourself, the feelings that you‘re experiencing are indicating alignment between the vibration, or thought, of your Inner-Being and the vibration or thought of you right here right now. When you feel ashamed or embarrassed, those feelings indicatethat you in your now are thinking thoughts about yourself that are very different from the thoughtsthat the broader part of you is having about you.

Before your emotions could be meaningful to you, before you could allow them to give you theprecise and perfect guidance that they‘re offering, you must understand that you are a being withtwo points of perspective that are continually relating to each other. When you understand that yourInner-Being, or the expanded being that you‘re becoming, stands as the furthermost culmination oflife and constantly calls you forward to that, then you begin to understand that feeling of passion oreagerness is present when you‘re allowing your movement toward your expanded Self. And youalso understand that feeling of being unfulfilled or of uneasiness, when you‘re not allowing yourmovement toward your expanded Self. There is just no way of getting around it. You must allowyourself to be the being that life has caused you to become, if you‘re to feel joy. And unless you‘refeeling joy, you‘re not allowing yourself to be that which life has caused you to become.

Abraham Hicks (-The Astonishing Power Of Emotions)


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