“Sometimes we hear you say “I’m stuck” and we say “No you’re not stuck, because you cannot stand still.
You cannot stop emitting a vibration, so it is not possible you are stuck.
Instead what is happening is, that you are creating the same thing over and over again.
It’s changing but it’s changing to the same thing.
CAN YOU HEAR THAT? That’s good.
“I’m never stuck, I’m just changing to the same thing over and over again.”
And when you put it into that format, then you realize…
“Well, I can change it to the same thing, by looking to continue to offer the vibration of what is, or I can offer a different vibration.
There is no such thing as stuck, because everything is in motion.
But the feeling of stuck is momentum carrying you onto a disk with others who are not up to speed with what you really want and who you really are.
We’d start by saying, “I’m going to stop saying ‘stuck!’
It isn’t that I’m stuck. It’s that I’ve got patterns of vibration that give me the appearance of being stuck. But I can’t be stuck because the energy is always in motion.”
It’s just a matter of choosing something different, telling a different story, meditating more, lightening up.
Not asking the same questions over and over again.
Laying new pipes.
Not trying so hard to get things that feel stuck to get going.” – Abraham Hicks 🙏 🌎 ❤️ 💫 ✅
We all have moments on our law of attraction journey when we feel a little “stuck.”
But it’s helpful to now that all that is happening is that we are offering the same vibration over and over again about something.
So the results we are getting aren’t changing.
So how do we go about changing our vibration to be more in alignment with what we actually do want ?
Check out this quick quiz from our friend Stephanie Mulac at Vibration Jumping.
She found that asking herself the right questions was the key to boosting her vibrations to be a match to the things she wanted in her life.
As Tony Robbins says… “asking ‘the right questions’ is the key to achieving anything you want in life.”
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