Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Thoughts about the inauguration of President Barack Obama

I just watched the inauguration of our 44th President, Barack Hussein Obama. My reaction was unexpected, but interesting. I had been so taken by him, so focused on the possibilities he represented that he had a mythic quality in my mind that was greater than the man.

During the inauguration I didn't feel that and after it was over I realized what I had been feeling -- I had been experiencing that he is just a man after all.

And the thing is -- the wonderous, wonderful thing is -- that it is even more incredible to me that this person ... this man ... this fellow American ... can create the powerful grassroots movement that he has. That he can pull together a team of cabinet secretaries and government workers with such high qualifications of character and experience. That this man can raise the hopes of the whole world. It's not just happening here in America, there are leaders and citizens of other countries that are inspired to make change in their own lives and hopeful of his influence on the global community.

He calls me to take action on my hopes and dreams for myself and for this country. He calls me to believe in the best in me and for that alone I thank him.

Now we begin to co-create. What an adventure!!

Contrary to what many of our physical friends believe, life on planet Earth is at its all-time best… and getting better! This powerful and accurate statement is not only based on our observation of the intricate details of life on Earth, but also on our knowledge of the powerful laws of the Universe and our understanding that all things are eternally expanding and improving.


This is not a haphazard Universe in which you live. It is a very well defined, perfectly organized Universe. Your only work is get in alignment with the perfection of it, which means that you must believe that all is well, and in that moment that you believe that all is well - everything that touches you is well.

Abraham-Hicks, May 11, 1992

There are no quick fixes to society, in general, but there is a quick fix to you as teacher. You can get happy right now. You can see it not as a problem, but as an opportunity. You can see it not as something that needs to be fixed, but as co-creation, out here on the leading edge, expanding.

Abraham-Hicks, March 10, 2001

You're always getting a perfect vibrational match to what you predominantly give your attention to. But you've got to make the best of it. You've got to vibrate slightly different from where you are if you are going to improve where you are. You can't keep taking score of where your business is or your relationship is, or your body is, without continuing to create it as it is. To make improvement, you've got to reach for a different thought.

Abraham-Hicks, December 6, 2003

You are extensions of pure, positive creative energy, and when you are not deliberately flowing the energy toward what you want, life is flat. Friends, this is not piddly little energy! This energy keeps your earth spinning in its orbit, in perfect proximity to other planets. We THINK it can help you be happy in your house!

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