Bobbing Corks

bobbing corks

“You cannot really disconnect yourself from the passionate, desirous being that you are. It was with enormous clarity that you came forth into this body, and that’s why when you try to hold your desire down, it keeps coming up…Your cork will always float unless you are holding it down.”

— Abraham

Excerpted from the workshop in Silver Spring, MD on Saturday, April 19th, 1997 #275

This is an excerpt from a transmission from Abraham who is the entity that speaks through Esther Hicks.  Abraham says so many wise and supportive things that help us sort out some of our thoughts, worries, and concerns.

I decided to highlight this quote because this week I have seen so many clients who are struggling with this issue.  They WANT to change, they WANT to seize their dream, but they are not doing so.  Because of fear?  Lack of self-esteem? Lack of support, direction or clarity?  Yes, yes, and yes.

But today I saw a client with whom I have worked for several years. A few years ago she slowly began to let go of those things that held her back.  She slowly began to lay aside the voice within that told her she was not worthy.  She slowly released relationships that did not serve her.  Today when she walked in, she was radiant.  RADIANT!  This from a woman who less than three years ago was ready to just sit down and give up.

What made the difference in this one woman?  She persevered in spite of her fears and doubts.  She held onto her vision of what life could be.  And what happened for her is that life became more than she had dared imagine!  Make no mistake: she has had challenges aplenty:  financial, marital, employment, familial….it goes on and on.  But one thing that kept her going was her spirit, that cork that Abraham mentions above in the quote.

Keeping that connection with our spirit, that “passionate, desirous being” that Abraham talks about, is what is so important.  If we loose that, we loose our liveliness, our radiance.  We become dull, lifeless, without passion.

If you or someone you know has lost that connection, it is important to find it again.  Without it life becomes joyless.  And God does not want that for us.  Sometimes small steps are what is needed to begin.

Begin by holding a vision for what a full life would look like to you.  Then take action. Continue to take small steps towards that vision.  When doubts arise, thank them for coming and ask them to go, for you no longer have time for them.  When challenges arise, strengthen your vision, hold onto it tightly and do not let it go in the face of problems.

At some point, you will find you are having more good days than bad.  You will find you have made progress and you are moving closer towards your goal.  Just keep going.  Keep going!  As long as you are following your dream, you will be supported by the Universe.  It takes courage, vision, steadfastness, determination, and will to reach your dream.  But then, like my client today, you will radiate life and light from the core of your being.

It can be done.  Start today.  Let your cork bob to the top!

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3 Responses to Bobbing Corks

  1. cj wright says:

    Beautiful, inspiring post, Diantha. This is so important: “She held onto her vision of what life could be.” Hope. Hope will always get us through.

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