Alignment Trumps All!

•May 20, 2019 • 1 Comment

My mother passed away a few months ago.  Her illness was never diagnosed, but looking back at her symptoms I believe the “cause” of her death, if diagnosed properly, was Parkinson’s Dementia. The root cause, though, was that my mom had forgotten how Align with her Source.

Mom had been having minor slips of memory for a number of years, but they started to get worse about 3 years ago.  I had known that dementia causes memory loss, but it never occurred to me that other, more severe ,symptoms would accompany the memory loss.  When you think about it, this makes sense.  Dementia is caused by a deterioration of the brain.  The brain controls EVERYTHING in your body – your movement, your digestion, your breathing.  So I cared for, and watched for the last 6 months of mom’s life, as her bodily systems shut down.  I watched as her balance, her movement, her digestion, even her ability to swallow which we take for granted, all become more and more difficult for her.  She became bedridden – because the brain functionality had deteriorated to the point where she had no balance and couldn’t control her muscles.  Simple movements like sitting up or standing became a distant memory.

I spent a lot of time with mom after she became ill.  I quit my job so I could spend more time with her.  And we would talk, because I don’t think anyone else was really talking or listening to her.  We talked about Life, and God and the Soul.  We talked about why we were here. We talked about what made life worth living.

I asked her what she was most proud of accomplishing.  That was easy for her to answer.  She was really proud of her kids, me and especially my brother.  She would speak of him with so much pride in her voice.  He has a thriving business and is philanthropically minded.  She was also proud of her business. Mom had started a real estate business with a business partner whom she truly cared for.  The business had done well enough, so there were no regrets there.

But when I asked her what she thought her life purpose was, she didn’t have an answer.  It became apparent to me (and her) that either she never really thought about it, or she never figured out what it was.

When mom became bedridden, I started asking her slightly different questions.  I asked her if she was afraid.  No, she replied.  She told me she had been seeing her [deceased] sister, and she seemed to know that her sister and her granddaughter would be waiting for her on the other side.

Then I asked her if there was something that she regretted not doing in her life, or if there was something missing in her life.  She became silent at that point.  Slowly as if trying to capture a memory, she said that she thought she lost something.  I asked what was it, what did you lose?  She said she didn’t know.  I asked her when did you lose it?  She again said she didn’t know.  And I but she had it when it was little, but she later lost it but she didn’t remember when.  Again I asked her what was it, what did you lose?  She again said that she did not know.  I asked if you know that you lost something, why didn’t you ever look for it?  She said she didn’t know.  At that moment, I felt very sad for my mother because she had lost something that was integral and vital to her, but she didn’t have the courage to figure out what it was or to look for it.

You see, my mother was the kind of person who cared about appearances, and what people thought of her, or said about her.  Everything was about outer appearances, and she was pretty adept at controlling what people around her saw.  From the outside, everything looked perfect.  But on the inside she was haunted by the knowledge that she had lost a vital part of herself early in her life, and she didn’t know how to get it back.  And because everything on the outside seemed fine, she never felt that what was missing inside her was worth finding or fighting for.

Growing up, I (and others who were close to her) had sensed that something foundational was “missing” in mom.  She would do things and then pat herself on the back for being a “good person”.  But then she would have to ask me if she was a good person.  It was as if she didn’t really know if she was a good person.  And sometimes she would do things that a “good person” wouldn’t have done.  She didn’t seem to have an internal moral compass. As I got older, I realized that mom didn’t know who she was, and was operating under a set of learned rules that she considered “good person” rules.  The problem was that sometimes she would change those rules to justify something she wanted.  Some of the things she did were really confusing to me as I was growing up.  And to make things worse, she wanted me to behave according to her rule book which, of course, didn’t work for me because it turns out that I do have a strong moral compass.

Fortunately for me, I started meditating.  I also found teachings like Seth, Abraham and Bashar.  It took time, but I learned how to get into “Alignment”, and more importantly, how detect when I was not in Alignment.  When you have this skill, you always know when something is off and you make adjustments accordingly.  When you are in Alignment, your actions come from a deep knowing, and not blindly following a set of arbitrary rules.  You realize that when you are not in Alignment, your actions stem from reacting to what is going on around you externally.  And when things outside of you are chaotic, resulting un-Aligned actions tend to be chaotic.

I believe what my mom lost was her natural ability to get into Alignment.  She lost touch with her Inner Being.  She got so used to doing what other people – her father, her mother-in-law, her husband, her business partner –  expected her to do that she never got to do what she really wanted to do. And she resented it all, causing her to become bitter and depressed, with a deep sense of loss.

Holding her hand as my mother took her last breathes, I realized that our Inner Being is always there, even if we forget where it is.  When mom finally passed over, I felt her Spirit expand as it left the confinement of her body, into boundless Joy and Light.  I was finally able to connect to who she truly was, and I knew in that moment that she had finally found perfect Alignment once again.

 

Procrastination Is A Problem, Right?

•May 28, 2018 • Leave a Comment

Procrastination is a problem that everyone encounters at one point or another.  Even Type-A go-get-em people are known to occasionally run out of gas and lose their motivation.  This is why high performance coaches like Tony Robbins and Brendon Burchard are in such great demand.

But is procrastination really the problem that most people make it out to be?  Or is it the work of a higher source of guidance, whispering to be heard?

Have you ever been totally unmotivated to do something that you really wanted to do?  And no matter how you tried to motivate yourself, you were simply uninspired to do whatever it was you were supposed to do.  Perhaps your feet dragging was simply trying to tell you that it wasn’t quite time for action.  I do know that in my life, there were occasions where I was totally unmotivated to take action, and in retrospect, if I had tried to take that action it would have been wasted effort.

Nowadays, I have learned to listen to what my intuition tells me, and if it’s not time for something yet I will put it on the back burner until it is time for action.  This can come across as procrastination – especially to those massive action people (you know who I mean).

In this video, Abraham tells that “Procrastination is the wisdom to not try to force something that you are not vibrationally ready for”.  Maybe Abraham is on to something…

Relationship Rules For Masculine Men

•April 27, 2018 • 4 Comments
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Relationships are unquestionably one of the most rewarding and challenging things that we humans ever go through.  A lucky few navigate relationships successfully from the start, but others (like myself) learn through sometimes painful experience, and hopefully learn over time to do things better.  I’m also always on the lookout for sage advice from others as a way to gain experience without the pain.
Actor Brad Pitt is credited with giving the following relationship advice after the spectacular break-up of his 11-year marriage to Angelina Jolie.  “Obviously, I’m not a relationship expert.  I would have done differently…  After losing the woman that I loved, and a marriage of almost 11 years, here’s the advice I wish I would have had”:

Never Stop Courting

Never stop dating, NEVER EVER take that woman for granted. When you asked her to marry you, you promised to be that man that would OWN HER HEART and to fiercely protect it.  This is the most important and sacred treasure you will ever be entrusted with. SHE CHOSE YOU. Never forget that, and NEVER GET LAZY in your love.

Protect Your Own Heart

Just as you committed to being the protector of her heart, you must guard your own with the same vigilance. Love yourself fully, love the world openly, but there is a special place in your heart where no one must enter except for your wife.
Keep that space always ready to receive her and invite her in, and refuse to let anyone or anything else enter there.

Fall In Love Over And Over Again

You will constantly change. You’re not the same people you were when you got married, and in five years you will not be the same person you are today. The change will come, and in that, you have to re-choose each other every day.
SHE DOESN’T HAVE TO STAY WITH YOU, and if you don’t take care of her heart, she may give that heart to someone else or seal you out completely, and you may never be able to get it back. Always fight to win her love just as you did when you were courting her.

Always See The Best In Her

Focus only on what you love. What you focus on will expand. If you focus on what bugs you, all you will see is reasons to be bugged. If you focus on what you love, you can’t help but be consumed by love.
Focus to the point where you can no longer see anything but love, and you know without a doubt that you are the luckiest man on earth to have this woman as your wife.

It’s Not Your Job To Change Or Fix Her

Your job is to love her as she is no expectation of her ever-changing. And if she changes, love what she becomes, whether it’s what you wanted or not.

Take Full Accountability…

… For your own emotions and your actions:  It’s not your wife’s job to make you happy, and she CAN’T make you sad. You are responsible for finding your own happiness, and through that, your joy will spill over into your relationship and your love.

Never Blame Your Wife If You…

Get frustrated or angry at her.  You are angry only because it is triggering something inside of YOU.  They are YOUR emotions and your responsibility. When you feel those feelings take time to get present and to look within and understand what it is inside of YOU that is asking to be healed.
You were attracted to this woman because she was the person best suited to trigger all of your childhood wounds in the most painful way so that you could heal them… when you heal yourself, you will no longer be triggered by her, and you will wonder why you ever were.

Allow Your Woman To Just Be

When she’s sad or upset, it’s not your job to fix it, it’s your job to HOLD HER and let her know it’s ok. Let her know that you hear her, and that she’s important and that you are that pillar on which she can always lean.
The feminine spirit is about change and emotion and like a storm her emotions will roll in and out, and as you remain strong and unjudging she will trust you and open her soul to you… DON’T RUN-AWAY WHEN SHE’S UPSET.
Stand present and strong and let her know you aren’t going anywhere. Listen to what she is really saying behind the words and emotion.

Be Silly

Don’t take yourself so damn seriously. Laugh. And make her laugh. Laughter makes everything else easier.

Fill Her Soul Everyday

Learn her Love Languages and the specific ways that she feels important and validated and CHERISHED. Ask her to create a list of 10 THINGS that make her feel loved and memorize those things and make it a priority every day to make her feel like a queen.

Be Present

Give her not only your time but your focus, your attention, and your soul. Do whatever it takes to clear your head so that when you are with her you are fully WITH HER. Treat her as you would your most valuable client. She is.

Be Willing To Carry Her Away…

To carry her away in the power of your masculine presence, to consume her and
soul. Let her melt into her feminine softness as she knows she can trust you fully.

Don’t Be An Idiot

And don’t be afraid of being one either. You will make mistakes and so will she. Try not to make too much of the mistakes, but learn from the ones you do make. You’re not supposed to be perfect, just try to not be too stupid.

Give Her Space

Women are so good at giving and giving, and sometimes she will need to be reminded to take time to nurture herself. Sometimes she will need to fly from your branches to go and find what feeds her soul, and if you give her that space she will come back with new songs to sing.
(Okay, getting a little too poetic here, but you get the point. Tell her to take time for herself, ESPECIALLY after you have kids. She needs that space to renew and get re-centered, and to find herself after she gets lost in serving you, the kids and the world.)

Let Yourself Be Vulnerable…

You don’t have to always have it all together. Be willing to share your fears and feelings, and quick to acknowledge your mistakes.

Be Fully Transparent

If you want to have trust you must be willing to share EVERYTHING… Especially those things you don’t want to share. It takes courage to fully love, to fully open your heart and let her in when you don’t know I she will like what she finds…
Part of that courage is allowing her to love you completely, your darkness as well as your light. DROP THE MASK… If you feel like you need to wear a mask around her and show up perfect all the time, you will never experience the full dimension of what love can be.

Never Stop Growing Together

The stagnant pond breeds malaria, the flowing stream is always fresh and cool. Atrophy is the natural process when you stop working a muscle, just as it is if you stop working on your relationship. Find common goals, dreams, and visions to work towards.

Don’t Worry About Money

Money is a game, find ways to work together as a team to win it. It never helps when teammates fight. Figure out ways to leverage both of your strengths to win.

Forgive Immediately…

And focus on the future rather than carrying weight from the past. Don’t let your history hold you hostage. Holding onto past mistakes that either you or she makes is a heavy anchor to your marriage and will hold you back. FORGIVENESS IS FREEDOM. Cut the anchor loose and always choose love.

Always Choose Love

ALWAYS CHOOSE LOVE. In the end, this is the only advice you need. If this is the guiding principle through which all your choices is governed, there is nothing that will threaten the happiness of your marriage. Love will always endure.
In the end, marriage isn’t about happily ever after. It’s about work. And a commitment to grow together and a willingness to continually invest in creating something that can endure eternity.
Through that work, the happiness will come. Marriage is life, and it will bring ups and downs. Embracing all of the cycles and learning to learn from and love each experience will bring the strength and perspective to keep building, one brick at a time.
These are lessons I learned the hard way. These are lessons I learned too late. But these are lessons I am learning and committed to carrying forward. Truth is, I loved being married, and in time, I will get married again, and when I do, I will build it with a foundation that will endure any storm and any amount of time.
If you are reading this and find wisdom in my pain, share it those young husbands whose hearts are still full of hope, and with those couples, you may know who may have forgotten how to love.
One of those men may be like I was, and in these hard earned lessons perhaps something will awaken in him and he will learn to be the man his lady has been waiting for.

MEN – THIS IS YOUR CHARGE:  Commit to being an EPIC LOVER.  Cherish your woman. There is no greater challenge and no greater prize. Your woman deserves that from you. Be the type of husband your wife can’t help but brag about.

What Is Enlightenment?

•April 22, 2018 • Leave a Comment

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Enlightenment has been sought by many people throughout the ages, on as many different paths as there are Spiritual teachers.  So what is Enlightenment?  The best explanation I have heard is this:  Enlightenment is a state of Consciousness where the Mind becomes completely expanded and filled with Divine Light.  Literally, the Mind merges with Light and Consciousness and everything else recedes into the background as unimportant, and one becomes a vehicle of Love, Joy, Bliss and Ecstasy.   The Mind becomes One with God/Source/All-There-Is, and one gains  access to the understanding and the wisdom of the Universal Mind.  In simpler terms, one becomes aware of the True Nature of Reality.  And in Reality, it is not the end, but rather the Beginning of what is to come.

At the start of the seeker’s seeking, when the seeker is usually obsessed with obtaining Enlightenment, the Awakening experience is more often than not short-lived.  Called Satori, it can last anywhere from seconds to days, but usually the experience fades and the seeker is left desperately trying to regain the experience which has become illusive.  However, over time, and with the guidance of the right teacher, the Satori experience can be a springboard from which true Enlightenment is attained.

So, is Enlightenment really possible, aside from those sage few like the Buddha who have obtained Enlightenment only after a lifetime of intense seeking, training, and dedication, searching for wisdom, and following enlightened teachers?  The answer is YES.  Enlightenment is not only possible, but it is EVERYONE’s destiny to become Enlightened. It is only a matter of time.

And Enlightenment is not reserved for those pursuing a Spiritual Path.  It happens to  ordinary people everyday living ordinary lives.  Enlightenment is the natural result of our Spiritual Evolution.  It is inevitable, and it WILL happen naturally – but only when the time is right, and usually only after a period of intense searching.  And the interesting thing is not the process of becoming Enlightened itself, but what comes after.

Most Enlightened Beings never become teachers but instead live quiet lives filled with Love, Joy, and Bliss.  These people prove that you don’t have to go off and live in a cave to become Enlightened.  Nor do you have to live in a cave after Enlightenment.  It is possible to become Enlightened right here in the life you are living now.  You can remain fully engaged in your life during the seeking, and even after the attainment of Enlightenment.

The only prerequesite to become Enlightened is that one practices some form of Meditation technique consistently.  This can be any type of Meditation where one is focused on what is going on in the Mind.  Most people find it challenging to carve out some time in one’s life, but this is necessary.

Being Enlightened doesn’t necessarily mean that you won’t ever have any problems again.  But it does mean that you have the Consciousness, Wisdom, and Compassion to deal with any problems in way that is for the best and highest good.

Maitreya Ishwara is an Enlightened Being who left his body in July 2012.  He had a family and a business, but that did not stop him from spreading his teachings about the Path of Enlightenment.  Here he speaks about Enlightenment in a beautifully accessible way.

 

Indigo Children

•January 5, 2018 • Leave a Comment

We are all Extensions of Source Energy and we all have access to the Stream of Positive Energy that flows from Source.  However, this is easier for some of us than for others.  The main difference between  us “older-folk” and the younger ones (Indigos, Crystals, millennials, etc) that are now incarnated is that they have less resistance to that flow and  have an easier time living in the Vortex.  The longer a person exists here on the planet, the more opportunities there are to cut off your natural  connection to Source.  This doesn’t mean that you are cut off permanently.  It just means that it takes more awareness and effort to keep that connection open.  And it’s worth the effort.

Here is what Abraham has to say about Indigo Children:

Not Achieving Your Goals?

•July 18, 2017 • Leave a Comment

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Here is some great advice from one of my mentors, Gerry Cramer.  Gerry is a highly successful Internet Marketer, and he is a wonderful person, wise, humble and giving.  He happens to be one of the best Facebook marketers out there today.  I think his advice is definitely worth following:

“If you want an ok life, get a job. You’ll receive a paycheck. You may earn OK money. Sleep in a comfortable bed at night. Have an OK relationship. Live in an OK home in an OK neighborhood. And, of course all that’s… OK. But, that’s also not thrilling. It’s not passion. It’s not why we choose to risk absolutely eveything for the smallest chance that we may be part of something amazing!

And trust me, you can have anything you want in this life. And I do mean anything. If you’re telling yourself you can’t have it… that is your own limiting belief. I have overcome pretty much every limiting belief I have ever had. And I had a lot of them.

Once you overcome your limiting beliefs your life can be truly amazing!

But before that can happen there is something you must accept. You must accept that life doesn’t owe you anything… that you’re not special. You don’t just show up and they start handing out golden tickets to paradise. That’s not how it works.

You know who succeeds?

Focused people succeed.

Only the most dedicated, focused and committed will succeed at almost ANYTHING worth fighting for. You MUST be focused, and develop the areas your focus brings you to. You MUST take massive action at anything you do. You MUST stay focused… identify the RIGHT goal [for you]. And, stay focused on that goal. Don’t get distracted. It takes self-control and a developed mindset to pull this off.

And, you MUST be dedicated. You can’t give up too soon on your goals.

Remember, we don’t start out as a highly developed, perfect warrior capable of taking on an Army. We get there in time and through hard work, focus and unfailing commitment.

Hard truth: If you want an amazing life you have to work hard and overcome YOURSELF… your biggest obstacle to success is yourself. And, no, it won’t be easy.

No one can hand you success. No tool or “system” is going to make lazy or unfocused people succeed. You can’t continue to complain and blame others for your failures and expect that to do you any good. People who blame their failures on external circumstances almost always fail.

So, you MUST rely on yourself. Challenge yourself. Realize that if you’re failing it’s because of you and only you. It may be difficult to accept but just know you can do it. You can change. You can evolve. You can develop yourself in to a successful person.

How? It’s not rocket science but you have to know the answers

1. Get a Mentor [or 2 or 3]. Someone who is already living the life you aspire to someday live. Ask them questions. Receive their guidance. Value it. Use it to grow.

2. Do what they say and take MASSIVE action on your goals.

3. Stay laser focused and never allow yourself to get distracted. Don’t buy into every single shiny object you see flashed in front of your eyes. You have a plan. You’re focused. Let everything else go.

4. Follow through! That’s a simple one. Most times success comes right after everyone else gives up. 95% of people give up. You don’t. They fail. You succeed. It’s true.

5. Believe in yourself. Know that the world is abundant with wealth. You can achieve any level of success you set your mind to. Believe it and receive it.

6. Surround yourself with like-minded people, successful people and people who believe in you. Go to self-development events. Attend or start your own mastermind.

7. Leverage. Leverage the creative ideas, minds and energy of intelligent, motivated people who share a similar interest to your own. You may think you can but, you won’t make it alone.

8. Know what you want in life. Don’t chase just the money. Know what matters to yourself. If you don’t know your WHY, you won’t last long. You’ll lose focus.

9. Bring Value to others. If you are in it for the wrong reasons, you will fail eventually and you’ll feel empty inside. Make sure whatever you do is for honorable reasons and that you’re bringing real value to people who need your help.

10. Never give up! Never give up! Never give up! There is no such thing as failure. There is only feedback.  If something didn’t work, you learned something and now you can try it another way.

[And If at first (2nd, and 3rd) you don’t succeed, FIND ANOTHER WAY!  Remember, you don’t have to do things the same way that everyone else does it.  If you find another , better way to do something, that’s called INNOVATION.]

If you need a direction… a blue print for financial success… a mentor, someone who can guide you along the way and help you find answers when you need them… or want an opportunity to rub shoulders and create friends with other successful people… then PM me. I can set you in the right direction.

The short and sweet answer is that, yeah, of course most people fail because most people won’t follow instructions, aren’t focused or committed and then they make excuses and give up.

But, that’s not going to be you, right!?

Good luck! Now let’s get out there and be successful together!”

Are You An Intuitive Empath?

•July 15, 2017 • Leave a Comment

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Are you one of those people who are “sensitive”?  Did you grow up with a parent telling you that you are too “sensitive”?  Did (or do you) have emotions that are overwhelming, to the point that is sometimes incapacitating?  Well, I did.  I am a “sensitive”.  I grew up feeling emotions that I didn’t understand and didn’t want.  The overwhelming emotions were predominantly negative – fear, frustration, sometimes anger because my mother was a fearful person.  My mother would tell me all the time that I was too sensitive.  My mother even went as far as punish me when I cried, telling me that it was not “good” to cry.  And I would be left wondering, “What is wrong with me?” What I didn’t know was that for the most part, these emotions I was feeling were not my own.  I was actually picking up on (mainly negative) emotions that the people around me were experiencing.  Eventually I learned that my mother was incorrect and have learned to use my sensitivity to make my life and other peoples lives better.

So what is an Intuitive Empath?  Intuitive Empaths just happen to have a higher level of intuition and the ability to sense subtle energies than most people.    Everyone is born with intuition, just as everyone is born with the 5 physical senses; to see, taste, hear, touch,  smell.  Also most people have physical abilities such as running, swimming, and cognitive abilities such as speech, reasoning, etc. But in the same way that some people are naturally better at some things than other people are, and Intuitive Empaths are more sensitive than most people are.

Here’s an example:  I can swim pretty well, but I will never be an Olympic swimmer.  If we rank Michael Phelps’ swimming ability at a “10”, relatively speaking my swimming ability would be around a “3”.  With training and a lot of practice, I may be able to raise my swimming ability to a 4 or 5.  But even if I trained for 8 hours every day, I think I can safely say that I will never be on the same level in the swimming pool as Michael when it comes to swimming.  Let’s face it, physically he is a fish and I am not.

The same analogy applies to Intuition and Empathic Ability.  If you rank the average Intuitive Empath’s sensitivity as “8-10”, the average human would probably be around a “2-3”.  Just as in swimming, a person can increase their intuitive ability with training and practice.  And I can safely say that even with 8 hours of training a day, a normal person will probably never get to Michael Phelps ability level, or any other Olympic swimmer. My guess is that even without training, Michael Phelps started as an “8-9”.

And just as there are varying levels of physical ability among Olympic swimmers, there are varying levels of ability among Intuitive Empaths.  On a scale of 1 to 10, people who are rank 8-10 are considered Intuitive Empaths. I know some people who are so sensitive, they would be ranked above a 10 on the scale.  There is a downside to this level of sensitivity.  These people are so sensitive that they find it almost impossible to shut out the random energies around them that everyone encounters on a daily basis.  People who have this level of sensitivity have difficulty functioning in day-to-day living, and are usually diagnosed with some type of mental illness such as schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder or even psychosis, and end up being put on heavy duty pharmaceutical drugs by a medical practitioner who has no clue.  The Intuitive Empaths that buy into the existing paradigm are doomed to live out their days in a drug-induced haze, not able to feel happy or sad but resigned to an unending gray haze for the rest of their lives.  Even worse are the ones who managed to adapt, but do so with coping mechanisms that are self-destructive or extreme such as alcoholism or Disassociative Identity Disorder.  Fortunately, it is possible to break out of the paradigm, but it takes effort, training and discipline.  The first step one must take is to accept that being an Intuitive Empath is a gift, and it takes time to learn to develop and control the abilities.  The pay off comes when an Intuitive Empaths become exceptional manifesters, skilled leaders, healers, channels, and teachers who are here to act as wayshowers and guides during this time of transition on the Planet. Make no mistake about it, Intuitive Empaths are wired to function at a much higher level than 99.9% of the people on this Planet.

If you are one of those people who others say are too sensitive, rest assured that most people really don’t know what they are talking about because you have to be an Intuitive Empath to know what it’s like.  Know that as an Intuitive Empath, your sensitivity is a gift that you can use to manifest powerfully.  You can learn to sense subtle energy and follow the highest flows. You abilities can help guide you through the ups and downs of your life in an empowering way.  You can also learn to become transparent to energies that do not resonate with you. The main thing you want to do is learn how to use your sensitivity to guide yourself into the state that Abraham calls Alignment with your Inner Being.  It is when you are in Alignment that you fully tap into our Power to  Create.  Your sensitivity merely means that you are acutely aware of when you are in Alignment, and when you are not in Alignment.  This ability gives you a huge edge  over “normal” people.  You have the Key:  Move towards what puts you into Alignment, and move away from what takes you out of Alignment.

Listen to Abraham explain why being a “Sensitive” is a blessing: