Politician Armed with The Teachings of Abraham

There is hope…
I love that a politician gets that there is another way to do the best work of politicians.

However, for us we can apply this, wherever we are, doing whatever we do.

Here is an excerpt from the Youtube posting of this video clip by Esther Hicks:

Published on 29 May 2013
A politician asks, “How do I enter this world of pushing against without losing myself. How do I apply, or adhere to the Teachings of Abraham and the laws of the universe, when my desire is to help write the laws of man?”

“You cannot be one who is pushing against and be in the state of allowing at the same time.”

“We are certainly not teaching inaction, but we are teaching getting into the Vortex or becoming a vibrational equivalent to the Vortex, so that the action is inspired action.”

“We, like you, see Congress primarily in a place of acting without inspiration. They are not acting from their alignment. They’re acting from their defensiveness. They’re acting from their worry. They’re acting from their shortage consciousness.”

“You’ve got to accept them as they are, not condemn them as they are, not push against them as they are, but understand them as they are. And understand that within every wonderful forum are opposing points of view. And those opposing points of view are the strength and balance, because diversity is what puts everything that is wonderful in this vibrational reality. It’s all necessary before anything can come about.”

“We want you to understand, you all can do as much from outside that body as you can from inside that body. In fact, you are more likely to receive the inspiration from outside.”

“There is always a path of least resistance, and that’s what really good politicians find.”

Excerpted from the Orlando Florida workshop of 3/9/13.

All things Abraham: www.abraham-hicks.com


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Cora is a coach with an unique ability to help you access your intuition and inner wisdom. She coaches small business owners, government executives, executive directors and not-for-profit administrators to name a few.
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