Resistance

When we tap into collective beliefs of society we absorb resistance.

Society has a lot of beliefs as to what desires are ok to want and what are not.

Nothing you could ever want is wrong or selfish.  

You do not need outside approval. Your desires are pre-approved.

If you can desire it, it was meant to be yours, and it can be done.


If you are thinking thoughts like: I don’t know how I could possibly get this thing that I want so bad - then you are in resistance to your desire and holding it at bay.

When we want something and we don’t yet have it, or don’t think we can have it, that creates resistance to our desire.

Resistance causes suffering, not desire.

When you focus on what you don’t want instead of what you do want, that causes pain.   


If you are in a tough place, don’t focus on what was or what is because doing so restrains you from where you’re trying to go.

Imagine the way you want things to be so you can then touch your desire.

Don’t face reality. Create it!


Your Emotions Serve as Your Resistance Meter


Remember the Hot and Cold Game? (Your friends decide on an item for you to locate and when you start looking for it they say you’re getting colder if you’re going in the wrong direction or hotter when you’re getting close.)

Your emotions are an indicator of how close you are to your desire.

If you are feeling shitty then you are definitely freezing and running in the wrong direction of your desire.

The better you feel the hotter you get.

Make feeling good your priority. 


See yourself shopping for your desire. Which aisle is it on? 


You really think you're going to find your desire in the misery aisle?

The misery aisle is always crowded. The items in the misery aisle weigh a ton and take up too much room.

The misery aisle makes you forget what you came to the store for.

Since you're already there, you just start grabbing more miserable things.

Start shopping in a different aisle! 

Turn down the happy aisle and start loading up your cart, you’ll find it’s lighter to push no matter how much you put in it.

Get happy and see what you find, or better yet what finds you. 

There is no checking out in the happy aisle. Your cart will always have room for more. You will never reach the point of having enough desires.

If you find yourself in the misery aisle and the happy aisle just seems too far away (or maybe your store doesn't even have one), turn down the relief aisle.

Start loading your cart with things that make you feel a little bit better until your cart feels lighter. Relief releases resistance. The happy aisle will appear and you can then make your way in that direction. 

Joy is really where you're going. It is through your joy that good things come. Joy in your life is always the result of going in the direction of your desires.


Life is a shopping spree...enjoy it. 


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