Eliminating Lip Service
This morning it seemed angels were passing a message through via a song planted in my head as I woke up.
The song was something like, if you couldn’t say I love you, how would I know you did?
At first I thought they were schooling me to be better to Russ.
But that wasn’t it.
What they meant was in terms of manifesting. Here goes, my best translation of what the message was about:
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I, for one, rely strongly on words to manifest. Writing them, speaking them, thinking them. And, surely, words are powerful.
But … to ensure your actions are serving your manifesting intentions, be aware of the message that Universe is receiving from you irrespective of what you’re saying.
Imagine the only instruction you gave Universe came from your actions and behavior.
How would your instruction be interpreted?
I have had a client or two (or 20) who SAY they are managing their vibration quite well, that they are (no, Judie, I’m talking about you this time – you are beautifully self-aware) .. they SAY they are feeling positive and focused on what they want and lined up vibrationally with it and they believe it, but as I spend more time with them it becomes clear that that’s what they know SHOULD be true, that’s what they WISH were true, but the reality is that they’re living with doubt and fear and discouragement, etc.
So while their words may be all love and light, their vibration isn’t.
But the morning message was to focus on action more – not just vibration in general. Let me get back on topic.
If you couldn’t tell someone you loved them, how would you show them?
If you couldn’t TELL Universe what you wanted, how would you send that instruction? (Hint: smoke signals aren’t the answer.)
It’s not a secret language of words – action is a vibrational language, too.
We know like attracts like. So if we ensure our actions are lined up with what we want, that would be good.
Like when we say we want to be wealthy, but we’re acting out of poverty. Or when we say we want to be loved, but our actions scream that we’re not.
Line your actions up with your (manifesting) words. Leave it at that.
I think I can come up with a good example.
A personal one.
What they mean is don’t rely so heavily on your words – get your actions lined up, too.
I shall line up my actions with my intentions.
Oh – got a great opportunity in front of me.
I just wrote on my whiteboard earlier this week that (and this is verbatim – may have done it more carefully had I known it’d be shared!):
“I just created a knock your socks off rock star life-changing money vibe product that is THE ANSWER folks have been looking for! YAY! :)”
Then I listed the feelings associated: ecstatic, proud, thrilled, excited, accomplished and in high service.
And topped it off with: “I am the best at what I do!”
So, although I think the actual action of creating the product will be important, I should ensure my actions are also sending that signal.
Not the actions of ‘I want to create this amazing, transformational product,’ or that ‘I’m working on it,’ but that ‘it is created.’
What would that look like, I wonder?
Hmm. Can’t wait to tell you after I find out!!
PS – have you seen blisscals? Just heard about these today!