Faith afloat: Lighten-up lessons from a cork

Path of  least resistance
Upstream thoughts, roadblocks, stuck energy … there are many ways to describe negative thinking and behaviors and how they can be shifted so you flow on the path of least resistance. The cork analogy from the teachings of Abraham-Hicks is a fun visual.

Don’t be so hard on yourself. Great advice but often easier said than done. Sometimes a playful visual can help. And always, for me anyway, the Abraham Hicks videos available on YouTube are good for lively imagery. Judging by the hundreds of thousands of views, they are helpful for others, too. Here’s just a couple of many in which the cork analogy is used.

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This isn’t a CD in the feeling-good world of deliberate creation, it’s a high-flying disk. Much preferred to what Esther calls “an ornery disk.” Another fun visualization that raises the spirits and vibrational energy. I love how the disks catch the light and reflect rainbow prisms.

Unfamiliar with Jerry and Esther Hicks and Abraham, the name given to the pure source energy guides she is translating? It’s weird and fun and it links us up with the studies of Law of Attraction in a way that resonates with many. Less than a year ago I met an author who mentioned she had been in Abraham’s “hot seat.” I didn’t know what that was but I was drawn to her light and her joyful presence. And I started asking about this “guy” named “Abraham Hicks.” I’m really happy that I did.

Who inspires you? Got a go-to YouTube channel to share? Please do so in the comments.

Bonus Inspiration: Here’s Esther’s interview with Oprah

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