Confessions of a Deliberate Creator

confessions of a deliberate creatorIn honor of an upcoming guest post about whether confession really is good for the soul, I decided to try it out myself.

Here are confessions of a deliberate creator:

1. Sometimes I let muggles think it’s their fault.

When my kinky vibe co-creates something that appears to be someone else’s “fault” – sometimes I let them take the blame. Like whenย my lunch date is late, and they apologize, but the truth is I’ve been dialed in on “late” for one reason or another …ย I don’t always tell them it’s not their fault.

But I also let them take credit on occasion for good things I helped manifest, so maybe it all washes out.

Also, sometimes I use the term muggles.ย  I thought that was a rather derogatory first time I heard it, but it kinda fits, so … yes, I use it.

2. Sometimes I wish it really were as easy as taking action to make it happen.

Is it just me, or does anyone else sometimes wish that it really was all about the action? Doesn’t it seem like sometimes that would be easier than trying to get your thoughts lined up right?

I’m a rising Capricorn raised in the U.S.A. with a core value of action on top of that, so working hard comes rather naturally to me. I think I would have done quite well in a system that called for action to make it happen. Sometimes I wish that’s how it actually worked.

3. Sometimes I wonder if my work might be of higher service if all I did was share cute kitty photos.

I sometimes think I could still be a super effective Good Vibe Coach if all I did was share Maru videos or funny dog clips. Because if feeling good is what it’s all about (which I believe), might we not be better off just watching puppy videos and collecting kitten photos instead of all this talk about what it takes to feel good?

Which is why Good Vibe U has departments dedicated to vibe-raising videos and group calls where all we do is laugh and celebrate. And why my facebook page is also filled with things that might not seem “work related” – but that’s because if it makes us feel better, that IS my work!

Okay, that’s enough from me.

If you’ve got a manifesting confession, feel free to post anonymously to share. Confession is good for the soul, I heard.

  • November 1, 2011
  • Elisabeth says:

    Your post made me think of the “confession” scene from Dangerous Beauty. I even went to youtube to find it and watch it again.
    Confessions feel like exhaling which leads to relief ๐Ÿ™‚
    Oh and I love using the word “muggles” because “muggles” don’t get it ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Leslie Richter says:

    I used to wish I could be ignorant – you know ignorance is bliss.
    Like wishing we thought it was all about action. Really those who have that path don’t have it any greener.
    Humor and cute kitty pictures bring it back home – it’s all good.

  • ChipEFT says:

    Whatever brings you the greatest joy is what serves people the most. You could call it Cute Kitty University. I’ll bet you would have a ton more subscribers than Good Vibe U.
    Confession: I’ve come to appreciate some of the drama in my life. I didn’t say I enjoy it, but it is pointing out what it is I am not liking about where I am. (Okay you can call it conflict.) I have been quite content and comfortable for the past several months and lately I’ve decided to up my game.
    So naturally, all the stuff I don’t like comes screaming to the front ground. This is good because if it didn’t, I wouldn’t see the thoughts that keep me where I am.
    I think this is like saying I wouldn’t mind pain if it didn’t hurt so much.

  • Bama Girl says:

    I do wish it was all about action. I find it hard to keep my thoughts in line sometimes. The bad thoughts and memories start up and they keep turning around and around in my head. They’re hard to stop.
    It also seems as though I sabotage myself. When things are going well, I tend to LOOK for things that make me upset or prove something to myself. Like Chip, I’m learning more about what I don’t like. However, I am tired of the drama and I thought I was done with it. But what I’m finding out is that I tend to create it and I’m not sure why. So that’s something I need to work on.
    I truly need some vibe lifting music, videos and stories today.

  • Kimberly Gauthier, Adventures in Blogging says:

    I figured out the “dialed in” thing recently and crack up how when I change my vibe, things around me change. The perfect example was asking my boyfriend to take more of an active role when it comes to caring for our dogs. I used to ask with the thought…
    “here comes the excuses; yes we’re ALL busy; of COURSE you have a lot of other things to do; blah blah blah”
    Recently, I started just asking him to do something and leaving it alone. I submit the request, I move on to my next task. What’s amazing is that he comes through every time.

  • Kim Falconer says:

    I love this post, Jeannette and look forward to the guest one on the same topic! Muggles shumggles ๐Ÿ™‚
    Your confessions ring true for me, especially the action one. OMG. I am a doer too!
    I must confess that sometimes I feel that offering LOA consults creates clients that ‘need’ consulting. I’ve always felt a little hinky about that. hmmmmmmmm What do you think?

  • Jessica says:

    Muggles! Haha I am so using that now.
    My confession is that I want to tell those muggles why their life is going that way, but I don’t think they’re ready to hear it. In any case, I’d be acting outside of the vortex.

  • Ha! We would make a great team, Anna! (You with the thought, me with the action.)
    I’ll be checking in with you later on the Confessions post to see if it raises the vibe for you at all.
    Thanks for chiming in! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Anna says:

    Sometimes (lots, lots & *lots*) I wish all I had to do was the thought part, with the action performed by somebody else.
    Sometimes I use my kid as the excuse for whatever it is I might be wanting an excuse for. (handy when I don’t want to say what I really feel)
    I often tell the truth in an audience-appropriate language – which means I speak in others’ relatable terms rather than being straightforward in my honesty. (Can I give an example better than what I used in my explanation? hehe)
    With that, I confess my confessions.
    The easy ones, anyway…
    Although it rings with the subject of self-love as well –

  • Well, I never get tired of hearing it from you, Ande. Thanks for sharing the love so generously.

  • Jeannette, I don’t know how many times I can say I adore you!

  • I learned it from folks at GVU, Jacke. They are a unique bunch.

  • Jacke says:

    Muggles! I like it. hehe

  • Yay for intentional feng shui magic, Anonymous! I do like your style.

  • Anonymous says:

    I love your confessions!
    Sometimes I pretend I did nothing and things just happened. Like when I tweaked the helpful people area in my house and put my treasured silver bowl on top of an angel head scone.
    Out of the blue I get a phone call from my bank suggesting they close my line of credit and transfer it into loan – only been wishing for that for 6 years.
    Out of the blue my husband gets a 7 month job because a friend recommended him.
    A friend comes over on the weekend and helps insulate my husband’s new shop – for free with the promise he can use the shop at any time.
    A friend came over and spent 5 hours cleaning and fixing our computer for free.
    And now I am realizing my favorite helpful friend that this a wonderful venue for acknowledging my deliberate creations.
    I feel good – was that your intention? lol.
    I so love you.

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