I get quotes by Esther Hicks (and Jerry and Abraham) delivered to me via email daily and usually love what I get. Esther channels a group of evolved beings who call themselves Abraham. I'm not sure if I believe in this part of it, but frankly I don't care. The messages, regardless of where they come from, are spot on and amazingly, startlingly real.
I have known about the work of Esther and Jerry Hicks for many years but have only begun truly listening in the last few months. They're the folks behind such insight from the book "The Law of Attraction", speeches, seminars, and another books like "Ask and It Is Given: Learning to Manifest Your Desires". I've just recently bought this book but have yet to crack it open...suppose I need to manifest a block of time for reading, right?
Abraham, speaking through Esther, has an amazing interpretation of death and grief, tears and laughter...I invite you to sit back with a cup of tea and enjoy the video...all the way to the end because it builds in momentum as she speaks...
What did you think? I'd love to read your comments below...but first...
Referring back to the quote at the beginning of this post...about the improved story. My improved story is about death, dying, life and living passionately right now! Against this backdrop my past seems unimportant, except of course relating my experiences of death with you. And the beautiful thing to the improved story is that there is no right or wrong, only what is. The same goes for conversations about death and dying...there is no right or wrong, only perception, only what is.
What improved story are you choosing for yourself today?
What conversations will you have today that will lead you further into your improved story?
For another day, I am passionately yours,
Here you will find the musings of me...