I agree on the class. Sort of like in the movie when he says "well, I can do this, but I'd really hate that" - that's not the way. But yeah, if you really feel you have to take that class despite that then focus on the positives as much as you can.
Does anyone have a link to the new version of the Secret? I had watched about half of the new version with Lisa Nichols and then it got pulled and now they've replaced it with the Esther Hicks version. I've already seen the old one and was just curious about the new one.
Ok, my thought for the day - something happened and I was going to vent and then I thought of the LOA and realized venting would do nothing except get me "oh, you're so justified in being angry" replies which would just keep me at the point I was at. I'm not saying venting never has a place because it does, but I see online that most of the time venting threads do nothing except escalate the issue. Is that going to help me or change the situation? No. So instead I started focusing on all the good points of the people involved and am opening myself to some inspired action. Ok, I'm still waiting on the inspiration
but not an hour after I was so pissy I had managed to "work myself up" into such a nice, lovely mood, thinking about all the joy this particular situation has brought me and how trivial the "problem" really is. Quite a difference from what would have happened if I had vented on cyberspace instead.
Oh, and IRL a friend emailed me and mentioned she was reading Ask and It is Given and had I heard of it
We chatted. I sent her a link to The Secret online and I'm curious to see what she thinks of it