Confessions of a Deliberate Creator
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 when my lunch date is late, and they apologize, but the truth is I’ve been dialed in on “late” for one reason or another … 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. 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.