We all are human and know the feeling when something goes awry. Sometimes, the pain can feel nearly unbearable! When we want to focus our attention on maintaining frequency with our higher self or source, we do not want to add resistance into the equation. So, what do we do when things go awry?
Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is courage to continue that countsWinston Churchill
Winston Churchill once stated, “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is courage to continue that counts.” Regardless of what you experience in life, one thing that matters to remember is you have to focus forward. If we have resistance because of something we experience, there is not much we can do to slow the momentum. The momentum at that point is so strong that all we will do if we keep focusing on our situation is add to that momentum.
As Abraham tells us about our situation, trying to stop or slow momentum is the same as trying to get in front of a fast rolling vehicle down a hill and expect to stop it. It is nearly impossible to try to fill in that grid with positive frequency once the momentum has gained that much power.
A grid is a layer, if you will, of something we are hoping to achieve that we practice adding positive momentum each day. So, we must entirely get off the current grid that is seemingly out of control, and hop onto another grid. I know the difficulty in not thinking about something that is not working out well.
Because our situation is so in our face, we may feel pain filled with fears and even more “what ifs”. We may even want to take action to try to stop the momentum of our situation. However, our taking action will only add to the momentum of what is happening in our life making us unhappy.
We can change our frequency, slow the momentum, attune to our higher source, by changing our grid; we must go general to change our focus.
Friedrich Nietzsche is famous for believing that what does not kill us will only make us stronger. We can change our grid or go general by remembering that our experiences allow us to learn more about ourselves. In respect of the Law of Attraction, we clearly know in these type of situations what we do not want!
If anything, we can meditate. Find a quiet space without distractions and begin listening to our breathing. By meditating we are able to calm our emotions; thus, we change our momentum and find peace. According to Abraham, we are able to calm the chatter that keeps the momentum going in our situation. Once we calm our emotions, we quieten the chatter and find that new thoughts will surface that are more geared toward what we want in our life.
I hope you find this information helpful. Leave a comment if you think you need something more from this information. Remember, the information found here is not medical advice. If you are experiencing strong strong bouts of anxiety, seek help from a license professional.