So what I've learned this week is by changing how I speak I can change my life, shifting my desires to reality.
So no more "wanting" cause that's telling the universe that it doesn't need to give me anything right now, and makes things take years longer.
So with that in mind, let me say to My Imaginary Husband (you know the one all those poems of Gratitude "Unopened Letters to an Imaginary Husband" are for that I've been writing the last year.) once again that I am grateful you are in my life now and that I'm having a blast with you now.
This also means no more nagging wrestlers. I know I know, I will have to find a positive way to talk about Mr. Sabin's hair and Mr. Shelley's... lack of a tummy.
It seems, what I have been doing with my "nagging" is telling the universe that I would not respect a man I was to be in a relationship with. I never thought of it that way till just now. Seriously, I saw the movie "You Can Heal Your Life" and it hit me like a ton of bricks.
The way I have been communicating with them, the way I have been trying to get their attention, so not helping with my love vibrations. I've had a drenny attitude about men and relationships because of my past experiences.
We repeat what we've been given. When we've been given nothing but negative, that's how we give back to the world. When we've been given positive, that's what we have learned to give back to the world.
Wow, that's heavy man.
Okay, I really need to get to bed as the pain pills are wearing off rapidly and my back feels like it's in a vice grip.
To My Imaginary Husband; I love you with all my soul and treasure every moment we have.
To Mr. Sabin; I am very happy you finally won the TNA tag team belts.
To Mr. Shelley; you have been someone who has inspired me greatly, more then even you could know.