Action is Mediocre at Best
“Creation through action is mediocre at best in terms of the results it brings …”
These are the words Abraham shares in response to our cultural myth that there’s no gain without pain.
“Creation through action is mediocre at best.”
An important truth to remember, huh?
It’s the main message of my Money Mojo Magic product (released today!), which doesn’t spend a single second on the action required to make money.
(Despite the fact that I preached “action” for over ten years in the personal financial services field.)
I of all people know how futile it is to take action for money without having the energy lined up.
Since most of us weren’t ingrained with that message growing up, it can be an easy one to forget.
Yet, the evidence abounds to remind us that “pain for gain” doesn’t work. Working hard for little money, counting calories like a mad woman yet not dropping an ounce, hitting our to-do list with fervor yet never feeling the payoff …
If we know anything, it’s that diving into action not only doesn’t work well, but often doesn’t feel good either.
The question becomes, are you relying on action for results?
Is your first response upon feeling a new desire to “do something”? Or is it to “feel something”?
When we take the time to line up the energy first, that’s when life gets magical. That’s where our true power lies.
Abraham goes on to say:
“Creation through alignment of energy is where all of the masters and all of those that you revere have found their place. ou cannot be a magnificent creator without alignment to the energy of the power that creates worlds.”
Well, listen for yourself (about three minutes in):
I’m curious to hear where we see we’ve been in action without first lining up the energy, along with commitments to shift it. Anyone dare to share?
Or does anyone struggle with the belief that there really is something to the “no pain, no gain” mentality of our current culture?
(I’d also love feedback from those of you who check out Money Mojo!)