All is Well

All is well, and you will never get it done. Life is supposed to be fun. No one is taking score of any kind, and if you will stop taking score so much, you will feel a whole lot better — and as you feel a whole lot better, more of the things that you want right now will flow to you.

You will never be in a place where all of the things that you are wanting will be satisfied right now, or then you could be complete — and you never can be. 

This incomplete place that you stand is the best place that you could be. You are right on track, right on schedule. Everything is unfolding perfectly. All is really well. Have fun. Have fun. Have fun!

Abraham-Hicks

 

Let’s look at individual a few individual sentences here and dissect them.

All is well, and you will never get it done.

If you can focus on the fact that all IS well and stop looking for “the other shoe to drop,” so to speak, then that :shoe won’t drop.  I have a wooden sign hanging in my bedroom that says:

That sign is the first thing I see when I wake in the morning.  I focus on that sentiment throughout the day.  

Anyone who has been reading Wisdom and Life,
Anyone who knows me,
Anyone who WANTS to know me

 

Should understand that my entire well being is based on this truth.  That all is well, that we are watched over, that even when what we think is a challenge arises in our lives, in the end that challenge is only making way for something better to arrive.

 

No one is taking score of any kind.
Seeing as my belief in the Divine is so strong, I struggle with this.  While I understand that God is not vengeful, never was vengeful;  (This was simply a story propagated by those in command to keep their subjects in control) I still believe that HE does keep track of our positives and negatives.  HE only does this to help us move forward.  When we transition, we all visit Transition Station:
This place where you find yourself after transition is a state of being.  As Journey of Souls suggests, it is simply a reviewing station, a place where we get to review our last life we just left behind.  Our soul group is waiting to welcome us back into their fold, those who have already made the transition.

 

Since we review our lives, SOMEONE MUST be taking score, correct?  I think what Abraham-Hicks is referring to here is not the negative keeping score which I believe most people who see the phrase think of, but simply a way to record what we do when incarnated.

 

You will never be in a place where all of the things
that you are wanting will be satisfied.

This reminds me of the quote from Dan Millman’s book/movie:
Peaceful warrior where he discusses his theory on The Journey

Since we will never be done why focus on getting there?  The journey is the goal.  When we focus on the journey we remain in a state of peace and anticipation.  We are at peace because we love what we are doing and we are anticipating the destination.  We MUST find a way to stay in anticipeace.

 

For it is when we are in this state that everything,
All our thoughts,
All our desires
All our feelings

are hyper focused that we can sometimes see things more clearly.  Sometimes when we are in this place we know what we want and how to get it.

 

Stop thinking the goal is getting there because as Abraham Hicks, as Dan Millman says:
The journey is the goal.
You will never be in a place where all of the things that you are wanting will be satisfied.

 

Where you are at this EXACT moment is the BEST place to be.  Revel in the present moment because it is the only moment you have.  I’ve said it before:
It is only when we forecast our lives that we run into challenges.

 

Stop forecasting!
Stop trying to get there!
There is no there, there.

 

Remember that and
All will be well.
All will be good.

 

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.

Chris

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