40 Day Prosperity Plan: Day 13

40 Day Prosperity Plan: Day 13


40 Day Prosperity Plan
Day 13: I am conscious of the Inner Presence as my lavish Abundance. I am conscious of the constant activity of this Mind of infinite Prosperity. Therefore, my consciousness is filled with the Light of Truth.

Being the observer of thought is how to connect to the divine presence. It's how to BE the divine presence. If you are watching your thoughts, you are the silent watcher, the infinite, the unknown.

We sat for 15 minutes this afternoon. I asked, "What is it I need to know?" The answer: "You have to let go of things to make space for new things to come in. It's time to let go."

There are so many things taking up space in my life. If I let them go, there would be a lot of space for new things to come in. If could let go of my addictions and make space. I could let go of junk food and alcohol and weed and caffeine (mmm maybe not caffeine right away)*. There would be so much space without those things. I am afraid to be without them because I am afraid that nothing would fill those space. I understand my attachment to these things is fear. I understand that I cling to these things because I don't trust life to take care of me. Life won't comfort me, so I turn to these things to comfort me.

I am letting go of these false comforts and welcome the comfort of emptiness, of space, of the unknown, of being one with life.

If I let go of these comforts, I will receive comfort from life that is bigger and better than I could imagine. This is my new belief.

*Oh and not to mention the false comfort of Internet/social media/compulsive insta-gmail-twitter-fb. Baby steps.

Jessica Mullen
Living the magick life.
  • Mia Moore

    Oh gosh, I know what you mean about compulsively social media-ing. It’s such a bad habit for me! I can waste hours refreshing because I don’t want to take 10 minutes to feel what’s bothering me. Or sometimes I look to social media for approval. I try not to post just for the comfort of replies and likes – I try to post when I’m already in a good mood. But it’s a struggle. When you’re able to broadcast anything you want, and get instant feedback, it’s powerful!

    I think, for me, the solution lies in only doing those things sometimes and really monitoring why I want that.

  • jessica mullen

    Hey Mia! The hours refreshing, man it’s draining! I know that I check all the sites for that little ego/mood boost, and then when that stops working, I go back for entertainment. But I can feel it lowering my vibe and making me feel sick. Whenever I manage to stop checking social media/email for even 12 hours at a time, it starts getting fun again (and full of good manifestations again). But then something good happens and I let it be my reason for feeling good, so I keep checking back again and again, wanting that same “hit” of good feeling. Learning to be my own reason for feeling good definitely feels like being a rat in a cage sometimes – that reward bar is just sitting there, waiting for me to press it. This “feeling my inner body” thing has been helping a lot–makes me stop thinking and able to enjoy life for seconds, maybe even minutes at a time without a technological, emotional or physical reward.

    But I’m still grateful for social media and for your comment, it’s the conversations and dialog and new ideas and connected-ness that make it all worth it… just have to manage impulses. Sometimes I wish I had a manager who did my social media for me so I would never go online–seeing everyone’s opinions weakens my own. Like that thing Gala tweeted about (http://t.co/kSeg9RI9zG), where this podcast advice suggested unfollowing EVERYONE’s blog so you can be as much as your authentic, original self as possible.

    But what’s the fun in that?! Today I was wondering what I used to do when I had downtime before I had an iPhone… seriously wtf did I do?!

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