When Deliberate Creators "Resort" to Action
Some folks I’ve talked with lately seem to feel a bit of shame because they’ve resorted to action to make something happen.
Just because you didn’t manifest it “out of the clear blue” without lifting a finger doesn’t mean you’re a failure as a deliberate creator!
Indeed, it just may be that taking action was your path of least resistance.
So don’t hang your head in shame. It doesn’t make you a bad manifester. I would actually say quite the opposite! How you create it doesn’t really matter, does it?
So if you …
- go to the doctor to get better,
- or exercise to lose weight,
- or fill out dozens of applications to get a job,
- or meet your sweetie online rather than having him knock on your door on one magical evening
… lighten up about it.
There’s nothing wrong with “doing something” to make it happen when that action feels inspired and good.
Just wanted to clear that up because we talk a lot here about not doing anything to create effortless success.
Sometimes master manifesters work up a sweat! It’s all good.
What we don’t advocate is taking action without alignment. But when action is what helps you get aligned, don’t judge, please.
The key is to honor your belief system and your desires mutually. To the extent you believe in action or enjoy it or feel inspired to it, rock on with your bad self!
And as Abraham reminds us, part of the joy of being human is getting our fingers in the clay to mold our lovely lives. Enjoy it!