The art of letting it in says, “Well-being abounds, and I’m a worthy receiver of it. And when I think that thought, I don’t let it in. When I think that thought, I let it in a little more. And when I think that thought, I really let it in. I choose that thought.” Do I choose that thought because it is reality? Do I choose that thought because my parents agree with it? No, but I choose that thought because it lets it in.
Do I choose that thought because statistics say it’s the truth? Do I choose that thought because a lot of wise people choose that thought and therefore it must be a good thought? No, I choose that thought for only one reason: in choosing that thought, I feel better. This thought feels better than that thought. This thought feels better than that thought.
The Art of Choosing Thoughts That Feel Better
So, “I’m a good person. I have so much to learn.” Did one statement feel better than the other? “I am incomplete. I’m an eternal being.” One thought feel better than the other? “There is sickness in my body. My body’s ever-changing.” “There is sickness in my body. The Universe yields to my vibration.” “I don’t have enough money. The Manager is lining things up.” “I don’t know where to go. I will find the way.” “No one really understands me. It’s not their job.” “I don’t like the way you treat me. Law of Attraction is matching us up.” “I can’t be happy if you do that. I’m the creator of my own experience.”
It is not difficult for you to tell which thought feels better, is it? Those were similar vibrations, and yet you were able to discern a marked difference in the way they felt. You are students of Deliberate Creation. You are in an advanced arena. You are doing enormously well. Have fun with all of this. Be easy about it. There are no trials. You cannot get it wrong, and you will never get it done.
Make a decision that in this moment, in this one, “I’m going to look for an excuse to let it in.”