*Focus on what you are wanting
July 3, 2007
More about *What You Pretend to Be. In that post I got a comment that jogged this experience from memory.
First, I hope you are all familiar with the work of Abraham-Hicks. If you are, you know there is a lot of focus on focus. “You get what you think about whether you like it or not.” Their concepts have later come to popular light in “The Secret”. Somehow their bit in the “revised for sale” version is missing but I suppose that is another story entirely.
Anyway, I came across their work several years ago and while I was integrating the concepts I had this experience.
My cat Sunny didn’t come right home for breakfast one morning and that was very unusual. I was worried. Finally he literally dragged himself through the door practically in pieces. His nose was gone, a black hole in its place, his jaw was torn to bits and the rest of him was just a mess with scrapes and scratches and torn out claws. It looked as if he’d been caught in a fan belt judging by the perfection of the cut that took his nose. I had been working a lot with the concept of paying no attention to that which I don’t like and seeing only what brings me joy and happiness – focusing on what I was desiring rather than what is right there in front of my eyes. It’s good I was working with all that because I’ll tell you, when Sunny came home that morning I was not liking what I was seeing AT ALL. So I immediately started seeing him whole and well and as my perfect beautiful kitty. Of course I had to pretend.
These circumstances seem made to order to test every single area of your endurance
I took him to the vet, my least liked vet after calling about 5 others who were out of town (these circumstances seem made to order to test every single area of your endurance) and he said there was nothing he could do really unless I wanted to put him under to clean him up and see what exactly there was to work with. I didn’t want to traumatize Sunny any further so I just took him home and prayed. I was still seeing him well and whole.
He couldn’t eat or drink at all and the next morning he was curled up in the corner of the closet dieing. I emailed my entire dolphin pod (the AC’ers/healers I went swimming with dolphins with – story in Best Friend Best Teacher) with an urgent call for healing.
TWO HOURS LATTER Sunny was out of the closet and drinking water. The next day he was able to eat. Not much later I noticed he had a nose again! Where it came from I will never know!!! And 2 weeks later you would never know that he had ever had any problem at all.
Where are the “before” pics when you need them!!! If I had really believed in miracles I would have taken them and got written documentation from the vet, but WHO KNEW!
So, in short, I want to encourage you all to see with your desire rather than your eyes and get comfortable with this pretending thing.