How Things Work Out

how things work out

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Sometimes we find ourselves in a fix, staring straight at a problem gone really wrong.

But we’re deliberate creators, and we know we’re not helpless victims to random life occurrences.

Everything is unfolding according to our vibrational frequency.

And we know anything is possible, including a happy ending to the problem we’re stuck in.

So how do we flex our manifesting muscle to turn things around?

It starts by being able to see that happening. To hold in mind the pictures of happy endings.

To feel the feelings of that relief.

To think the thoughts that foster that outcome.

To trust that everything is working out, and to give Universe room to do its thing.

It doesn’t happen by continuing to look at and fret about the very thing we don’t want.

We have to shift our attention off what we don’t want and onto what we do want.

Whatever that solution looks like, sounds like, and feels like.

When we do that, things work out.

I’m not saying it’s easy, but it is powerful. And it gives us good practice to be in choice about where we point our attention.

What does it look like for things to work out? (Maybe you’re relaxed in your favorite chair and smiling again. Or dancing your happy dance.)

What does it sound like? (Perhaps you hear yourself saying, “Well that worked out perfectly!” Or your roommate says, “Good for you!”)

What does it feel like? (Likely you’ll feel tension leaving your body. And maybe a happy hug from a friend or a pat on the back from the boss?)

And just like that, you’re on your way to things working out.

Maybe it’s easier than we think after all.  😉

  • September 28, 2013
  • Summer says:

    Yes, yes, amazing how if we just tap in to how we use to react to bad news when we were kids, it all really gets better like magic!!

  • Julie B says:

    Great post/reminder Jeannette! Sometimes just resting in “things always work out for me” and go about my day not fretting – well, things always work out!
    Love love,

  • Dusty says:

    I love it!!! I agree whole heartedly. It took me forever to get this step.

  • So right, Michael! That’s where a lot of folks get hung up – thinking they have to work out all the details themselves. But it works way better when we just skip to the high perspective end result.
    Thanks for pointing that out, my friend!

  • Michael says:

    Purely awesome. That’s good stuff. I find the trick is to really be intentional on skipping the ‘figuring out’ of how to work it out…and getting right to the feelings of the end result instead. Thanks, Jeannette… 🙂

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