A Deliberate Creation Success Tail
Deliberate Creators know that we get what we think about. We know that through conscious thinking we have the ability to shift ‘reality’ so it reflects what we truly desire. This is no longer ‘woo-woo’ as Quantum Physics totally supports it. However, as most of us have spent the better part of our lives believing the opposite, the challenge is in REMEMBERING that and ignoring ‘what is’ while we create what we want.
Sometimes life is so in-your-face it’s easy to forget how powerful we are, and feel at the mercy of unseen forces. I had one of those days this weekend. First I fell into a familiar trap, then when a family member suggested I ‘practice what I preach’ I deliberately shifted my vibe, did some serious pre-paving, and averted disaster in the process.
My two seven year old cats (sisters) reside indoors due to all the inherent dangers where I live (lots of wildlife). One slipped out after dark while my hubby was BBQ-ing. I thought it odd that she didn’t come sleep with me like she always does, (she generally stays with me all night and is my morning happy thought) but I just assumed she’d gotten cozy somewhere else and would come jump on the bed later.
In the morning when she wasn’t sleeping at my side I searched the house and grounds and walked up and down the road calling her. When she was not to be found I pretty much gave her up as dead, due to past experiences I’ve had with pets. In the past, my outdoor cats haven’t lasted long around here.
I was so upset I actually began the grieving process. I cried, I pictured my life without her, I wallowed. Then I remembered a recent blog post by Master Law of Attraction coach Jeannette Maw, about a similar experience she had regarding her cat. I realized that through my negative thinking I was actively manifesting dead kitty. Not what I wanted! I wanted my healthy happy furry friend back home with me.
So I shifted gears, and started thinking what an adventure she must be having. She made a deliberate choice to leave the safety of the house, so I saw her enjoying the feeling of grass under her feet, chasing butterflies, enjoying all the freedom I wish they could always have.
I remembered how Bashar talks about every possible outcome for every situation exists and how we need only tune ourselves into our preferred version. I decided that we live in the reality where she had her adventure and returned home to me safe and happy to me.
My hubby felt horrible and responsible for her being missing, so he was happy to join in my “pretending” all was well and that she’d be home soon, even as we walked the property calling her. I reached out to my adult kids and asked them to hold the vision of the best possible outcome. Then we let it go, and went on with our day.
I went to bed early without her, feeling sad but accepting and trying to make peace with her choice. I must admit the tears threatened, but instead I focused on how soft and beautiful she is, the extraordinary shade of green her eyes were, what a great happy thought she was each morning. I kept picturing my husband bringing her to me. And about an hour later, that’s exactly how it played out! Out having a smoke he spotted her glowing eyes, scooped her up and walked in with her, safe and sound.
The funny thing was, throughout the day I had fleeting images of a little fluffy black kitten. The next morning, when I let my kids know Kasha was home safe, my daughter (who originally gifted me with the sisters as kittens) sent me a video of a kitten she had already sourced out for me, a little black fluffy male!
He’s too young to leave his mama but will be ready to go in two weeks, when I’ll be receiving him as a surprise early birthday gift! I’ve already been to meet him and fell in love. In fact I wonder if Kasha went for a walk-about to bring about his joining our family!
I thought it would be fun to run a contest to name this kitty, to play along just leave your suggestion in the comment section below, if your name is selected you’ll receive a complimentary 30 minute coaching session with me!
ps He isn’t actually the kitty in the pic, but looks just like him!