Welcome to Love Your Life + Law of Attraction.
Today we’re going to talk about contradicting your desire with the low vibe emotions of impatience, doubt, and unworthiness.
This episode is perfect for anyone who wants to learn…
- The emotion Abraham says is not your friend
- What happens when you mix doubt with your desire
- The sloppy thinking that creates a lot of resistance to what you want
- How appreciation can help counter impatience
- Why doubt is self-fulfilling
- A sure-fire way to disconnect from Source energy that you want to avoid
“That is the optimal creative vantage point: To stand on the brink of what is coming, feeling eager, optimistic anticipation with no feeling of impatience, doubt, or unworthiness hindering the receiving of it—that is the Science of Deliberate Creation at its best.” —Abraham
“Impatience is not your friend—impatience means that you have a vibration going on that’s in your way. It’s the satisfaction factor that you’re looking for.” —Abraham
“If you feel impatience about something not unfolding fast enough, you’ve got more resistance in the equation than you mean to. Impatience, no matter what the subject, is always an indication to you that your desire is moving, but that your resistance is equal or greater than it.” —Abraham
“If you’ve got desire and doubt, your desire cannot be manifested. If you have desire and fear, or desire and anger—no cigar. It must be desire and belief, desire and expectation, desire and love, desire and joy, desire and alignment, desire and allowing, desire and the absence of resistance.” —Abraham
“Doubt is the way you feel when you are focused in a way that is contrary to what you want.” —Abraham
“The thing that will certainly disconnect you from your Energy Source faster than anything is to criticize yourself, see yourself as inappropriate or unworthy in some way.” —Abraham
“You are worthy beyond description and you are brilliant beyond description. You are good. You are source. That is your core. And every bit of moving from that is a flawed premise and distortion.” —Abraham
“A state of worthiness is not earned, but simply accepted.” —Abraham
“If you could channel that impatience into appreciation of the idea, so you’re satisfied with where you are just a little bit and eager for what’s coming next, that takes the impatience out of it. And when the impatience is gone then the ideas will begin to flow.” —Abraham
“Pure desire has no doubt woven in it. Pure desire is just: I’m a worthy being, life has helped me to know that I want that, and I’m looking forward to watching the natural unfolding of it, because I’ve asked for it and it’s done. That’s pure wanting.” —Abraham
“It’s not the absence of Source’s love that doesn’t let you have what you want, it’s the absence of your own love—that’s the discord. So rather than saying I’m unworthy, say I’m sloppy in my thinking. Rather than saying I’m unworthy, say I’m willing to feel negative emotion and put up with it.” —Abraham
“As you think, you vibrate. And it is your vibrational offering that equals your point of attraction. So what you are thinking and what is coming back to you is always a vibrational match.” —Abraham
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