I realized as I was playing this child-oriented game (which I so love doing because Powerful Play Time is important for big people as well), I began noticing I was learning some very important life lessons, so I began writing them down.
It felt like it would be good to share them with you, so here they are:
☺ It is also good to stay on the lookout for opportunities to move forward one step at a time in other areas while, at the same time, I stay focused on my main goal.
☺ The tiniest movements can make all the difference in the world and in unexpected ways and places.
☺ Resisting a shift only prolongs the inevitable and makes things more difficult as I go along:
~ It’s good to take the initiative and change my
perspective on my own, BEFORE the game (or the
Cosmos) finds it necessary to do it for me BE-Cause
I’ll move forward a whole lot faster!
☺ Huge results can happen very quickly and unexpectedly by making one tiny move.
☺ Don’t expect praise for every success – keep moving forward and say “Thank you”, either inside your Self or verbally.
☺ A series of small, persistent moves can make all the difference in the world.
☺ It’s helpful to let my Self become aware of subtle opportunities as they arise, in order to find what I’m looking for.
☺ It’s good to keep my eye out for good stuff that will actually get me where I want to go, possibly even more rapidly, while at the same time staying focused on my path.
☺ The things that are trying to get my attention the most is not necessarily what I want, but sometimes it is, so it warrants at least a quick look-see while maintaining my original focus.
☺ One simple move will get me farther than I would think at first glance.
☺ BE willing to make a move just to see what will happen….
☺ Making a conscious and purposeful shift can make all the difference in the world.
☺ Eventually the right pieces will fall in to the right place – it’s only a matter of time – but I need to keep a move on!
☺ Keep moving forward!
☺ Things go better when I have a plan and then follow it consistently and in a focused way.
☺ It’s good to stay aware of my surroundings, so I keep moving forward to my goal instead of accidentally or inadvertently moving away from what I seek by following shiny stuff that looks really awesome, but is not leading me where I want to go.
☺ Quite often, things go so darn much better than I could have imagined!
☺ Look before I leap, it could save me a lot of trouble (Jack-Be-Nimble just came to my mind just now!).
☺ Quite often, fortune smiles upon me.
☺ If I remain observant, I meet with success more rapidly.
☺ Trusting my intuition is vitally crucial and carries me a long way forward.
☺ Play like a kid – often and regularly!
1. What is my next tiniest step to get me moving forward in this moment?
2. What’s the tiniest step I can take that will cause the greatest amount of movement toward success in my present moment?
3. What’s the smallest detail I can let my Self notice that will allow the greatest amount of awareness to appear in my sight, easily and naturally drawing my greatest good to me in my life?
4. What are some ways I can let my Self BE open, ready and willing to notice, receive and experience joy, delight, ease and grace in my life?
Things to Re-member About Quantum Questions:
When asking Quantum Questions, there is no need for your mind to go seeking the answers.
Merely pose the question and then allow the Cosmos to bring the answer to you.
You are a magnet for attracting all that is your good!
By staying in a state of BE-ingness that is open, willing and ready to notice and receive the answers when they arrive on the scene, we let ourselves BE a magnet which attracts to us that which we seek and is in our greatest and highest good.
Sometimes, it can end up BE-ing even more AWE-Some than we could have imagined on our own!
It's all about allowing, and then surrendering in to the moment and then letting is BE....
This opens the door for living life with ease, grace, joy and delight!
Lots of Love for You!
Live Your Truth! Love Your Life!
In Health, Harmony & Happiness!
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