I have had a lovely day today. I had lunch with my brother and his family and my sister-in-law's family. It was so nice - great food, wonderful people, and as always, a warm and loving environment. I'm so thankful to have them all in my life. It started sleeting so I came home early because I prefer not to drive in cold, wet weather. It's evening now and I am settled in for the night. I'm in my new warm winter pajamas drinking a big mug full of coffee and doing what I love most in the world - writing.
I've been writing about what I'm thankful for and there is so much for me to be thankful for. I've already written three pages in my gratitude journal and I see no signs of stopping. It also feels really good to focus on what's working in my life and all the wonderful things, people and experiences that make my life the amazing life that it is. I'm so appreciative of every single thing that is in my life, even the experience of jealousy.
Writing in my gratitude journal and reading some Abraham Hicks quotes has helped me feel better about experiencing jealousy. This situation only happens when my life starts to feel dull and aimless and it only feels dull and aimless when I'm not deliberate about what I want to experience.
I will read about or see a person on TV who is having the experiences I want to have and sometimes I will feel a tinge of jealousy. I get amused now when jealousy pops in for a visit because I now know what to do with that feeling - I welcome it.
Welcoming it gives me the wonderful opportunity to focus on what I want instead of what I feel is lacking. I realize that there is nothing that another person has or is experiencing that I cannot have. We are all deliberate creators and their having the experience is showing me what's possible in my own life. I remind myself that there is nothing that I cannot be, do or have.
Whatever they are experiencing means that they are a vibrational match to it and if I'm not experiencing it means that I'm not a vibrational match to it. I am the only one that can close the vibrational gap to experiencing my desires.
Focusing on what I want to experience and how I want to feel will help shift my vibration, moving me effortlessly in my desired direction thereby closing the gap between what I want and the manifestation of it.
I am abundant and deserving of every good thing, as are all other beings in the Universe. If I find other peoples lives interesting and exciting and find my own life dull and lacking then who's fault is that? It's my life, my choice, my focus.
Abraham-Hicks says "In your neediness you repel, in your completeness you attract." So true, so very true. I have felt lacking as of late but am now back on my desired path. I also love this Abe quote, "You are the vibrational writers of the script of your life and everyone else in the Universe is playing the part you have assigned to them." What a freeing thought that is.
Are you writing your own script or allowing others to write it for you?