Savoring the Problem
“In life when one door closes another always opens, but the hallways are a bitch.” ~ Ronnie Kaye
I laughed at that quote when I read it on facebook this morning.
And realized it’s the exact opposite of the law of attraction tip that lit me up yesterday:
In a recent workshop CD Abraham suggests that we learn to savor the problem as well as we savor the solution. That was a foreign if delicious thought.
But it’s not that hard to accomplish when you understand how the system is set up.
Here’s how it works according to Abe: when we have a problem we automatically desire a solution. That desire creates the solution – on a vibrational level. In order to experience that solution in our physical real-world reality, we have to become a vibrational match to it. That just means feel better – or as Abraham says, “get in the vortex.”
So when I savor the problem, which I can do be realizing it’s leading to even better life, I become a better match to its solution.
Okay, that’s how it works in theory. Does it work in the real world?
It did for me when my boyfriend broke up with me last year.
That’s when I remembered that this awful thing that was happening was HUGE contrast that was automatically taking me somewhere REALLY good, if I would just quit slamming doors and swearing about what a jerk he was. Once I dialed in on love and appreciation (it took more than a minute, but I was persistent), I became a match to an even better relationship than we had before. Cool how that worked!
I was thinking Jerry Hicks’ latest hospital stay is what propels him to his desire to live to 120. Big problems do that – take us to big dreams come true.
That is, when we don’t get stuck in the problem.
When we get a handle on how it all works, it IS possible to savor the “problem.”
Which is an important manifesting technique to practice – because as long as we see big problems as big problems, we block big solutions.
However you find a way to ease up about whatever seems wrong in your life (distraction, acceptance, reframe, etc.), in doing so you open the door for Universe to deliver something ridiculously delicious.
And I want to hear about it when it happens! 🙂