Abraham-Hicks

Seeking Good Vibrations Podcast #4

by Dan Doviddio

First Review Podcast!
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Disappearance of the Universe by Gary Renard
Mind Movies 2.0
Three apps for the iPhone
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Seeking Good Vibrations Podcast #3

by Dan Doviddio

Frank Dobner and I talk about ‘A Course In Miracles’

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Hey, What are You Looking At!

At our Law of Attraction Meet Up a couple of weeks ago, Frank brought up a topic of how there was a study that showed there was a high instance of cars hitting telephone poles when they veer off the road. The study found that when people tried to avoid the telephone poles, they inadvertently struck them. Just putting the idea in their minds increased the chance of hitting the poles. Why? Because when you're looking at the telephone poles there is a tendency to steer toward them.

When Frank brought this up, I immediately remembered something that was taught to me regarding driving. My buddy Fred, gets invited a lot to drive expensive cars. Usually the setting takes place at a track or a track set up with lots of good corners to test each of the different car's limits. If on a track, sometimes a professional driver will ride along. One time as I was pressing a BMW 5 Series through it's paces the professional driver told me to just look where I wanted to go and the steering would follow. The 5er could easily do this as the track was set up to show what the car could do. The car was set up with the ability to perform at a high level.

This is really how life is, isn't it? As in a car you fly through time (if your lucky in Chicagoland to have that kind of flow through traffic). You're always moving forward. You look where you're going in a car. If you look to the sides too often, you will impede your progress. Looking at where you're going is really the only way to travel through life. Yet it is so easy to let the distractions of our lives take us off our main path.

Sometimes in life we don't have a direction set out and then we seem to go nowhere. I remember when I first started listening to Abraham-Hicks the Art of Deliberate Intention was emphasized. But I think they found that a lot of people were lax about what their intentions really were. Then Abraham-Hicks started the Art of Allowing. At least in allowing one could be easier about things. Now Abraham-Hicks is talking about being in the Vortex. The Vortex being a place of higher vibration. This is where decision making is most advantageous to us. I think A-H felt that we are so distracted with the sidelights of life that this is best where we can hear the message.

Yet driving ourselves through life with deliberate intention and not letting the sidelights of life distract us is really where life can have the most meaning. I went earlier this year to a photography seminar given by
John and Barbara Gerlach. John had given us a brief synopsis of his life becoming a photographer. When John graduated from Michigan State University he got a job that he felt didn't suit him. He always had a passion for photography, especially nature photography. So John packs his car and moves to Montana. He basically lives in his car in the wild and becomes the great photographer he is today. Very one minded on what he wanted to accomplish. Where some people may think of the difficulty John goes through to get the photograph, he just does it.

Just as in a car, we like to get off the road and check out some highlights that our journey can provide. Stopping for a coffee or a good view or lunch or a souvenir along our trip can be rewarding in itself. But the the best part is to remember to keep your eyes on where you're going and what you really want and not to let the distractions of life knock you off the road.
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