Closing the Gap

Let’s talk about the gap: the gap between where you are now and where you want to be. If you know what you want, and you don’t have it yet, you’re in the gap. Getting what you want is just a matter of closing that gap – which means aligning vibrationally with what you want.

Problem is, many of us aren’t making progress on closing this gap. Rather, we’re closing on the opposite gap! The gap between where we are and what we don’t want!

When someone asks how your day was and you talk about what went wrong, you’re closing the gap on more things going wrong. When you complain about your aches and pains, you’re closing the gap on more illness. When you say there no good men left, you’re closing the gap on a lackluster love life. Because whatever you give attention to is what you’re aligning with, and thus creating. When you give attention to what you don’t want, you’re closing in on it!

With that in mind, which gap are you closing? Are you closing the gap on true love, financial prosperity, ultimate health, and dreams come true? Or are you closing the gap on bad lovers, stupid bosses, shortage of money, and a destiny of disappointment?

We’re rarely in limbo, friends (although sometimes it seems so). We’re always closing some gap, based on what we’re thinking and feeling. Make sure you’re working on the one you want!

  • April 1, 2007
  • Good Vibe Coach says:

    Wow, that sounds like it’s advice straight from Abraham. I never thought of the gap in those terms, but I like it. And I’ll use it!! Thanks for the great tool, Lauren!

  • Lauren says:

    I love this term “closing the gap.” That’s the little catch phrase, chant, whatever you want to call it that I say to myself whenever I feel offended or hurt by someones words or actions around me. I remember that they have their own gap to deal with and it’s nothing about me. And the thought leaves me and I feel mucho better! Thanks for posting about this, Jeannette!

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