On Saturday I went to the Art of allowing workshop with Abraham Hicks. (Jerry and Esther were there too of course) 😆
It was a very powerful workshop, full of so much useful information, and insights into various aspects of life, intentions, manifesting and of course the art of allowing.
I definitely learned a lot but I also feel like I’m getting to a point that because of the amount of books I read, tapes I listen to and the seminars I attend that I feel as if I’m almost not learning anything new. That’s not a bad thing in itself as it’s good to hear repeated information as the more times you hear it the more likely it is to sink in.
What this does tell me though is that it’s time begin the art of practising. In many ways I feel flooded with information. Actually, let me change that word flooded to overflowing instead, and now all that’s left is simply putting it into practise on a day to day, moment to moment basis.
With every interaction there is an opportunity to practise. With every new event there is an opportunity to practise. Often the trick is remembering to practise and not letting old habits take the wheel so to speak. That is the battle, it’s an art of war against my old habits with my new ways of thinking.
Learn to practise what you learn on a regular basis. See every moment as an opportunity to practise and therefore slowly but surely grow happy and better prepared to make the most of life.
“Remember to put into practice that which you learn. Your real life is also your practice ground.”