A Buffer of Time

This is always true: What I think and how I feel, and what manifests, is always a vibrational match. But here’s the big kicker: What manifests isn’t manifesting instantaneously. So, you’ve got all this buffer of time leeway that makes you sloppy… If you thought a negative thought and a brick would instantly fall on your head every time, you’d clean up your thinking. But you’re not here to be punished about your thinking. You’re here to use your thinking—and your focus—to create.

Abraham Hicks
Wednesday, January 11, 2012


Why is there this buffer of time?  As I wrote in a recent column called: Is God Delaying Something time doesn’t exist in the spiritual realm as it does in the physical realm.  There is no time in the spiritual realm.  It is also true that what we think DOES manifest in the physical realm.  We don’t want everything we think to materialize immediately  As the quote above states:
If you thought a negative thought and a brick would instantly fall on your head every time, you’d clean up your thinking. But you’re not here to be punished about your thinking.

That’s true, no one is here to be punished.
God doesn’t punish.
God NEVER DID punish.

That was simply a story made up to get people to behave.

God is Love!
And Love doesn’t punish.

Nothing can manifest in an instant.  Then there REALLY would be no need to do the work and without doing the work to get what we want, there would be no reward.  Getting what we want is all about the journey.  If the journey was taken out of the equation, life would cease to be positive, because we all know everything is about the experience getting to where we want to go.  It’s about achieving the goal, it’s about getting there.

So see?  There are mechanisms in place to prevent instant gratification and they were put in place for the specific reason to let us experience joy, to let us feel what it’s like to take the journey.  I don’t know about you, but I certainly wouldn’t want to skip over the experience.

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.

Chris

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3 responses to “A Buffer of Time

  1. Wow! Good, good, good. I never would have thought of that. Thank you!

  2. Oh, give me the journey any day! That’s what makes life worth living.
    Blessings, Chris!

  3. Great post. I certainly wouldn’t want to skip over the experience either…that’s the place where we learn the most!

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