A Course in Miracles Experiment (by Pam Grout) Day 8

When we focus on our past experiences, we bring our minds into resonance with the things that led to those experiences.

But, if you’re resonating at B-flat, you can’t also resonate at C-sharp.

And if B-flat is where you were, and C-sharp is where you want to be, you have to keep turning that tuning peg to tighten that string.

So, four times today, I commit to tuning that one string back to C-sharp.  Four times today I will stop whatever I’m thinking about, and re-tune those thoughts to my goals.

Pam says in her book that you don’t have to “believe” in these experiments .  But you do have to do them.  Unless you don’t want to change anything in your life.  In which case, you’re good to go!

I’m going to focus on where I want to be, not where I was.

Because I have seen miracles happen in my life, and I’m ready for more.

Just a note here.

If the swan started thinking about all the bad things that could happen, would she be able to not only lay those eggs, but actually incubate them for the 32 to 37 days it takes for those chicks to develop inside the eggs?

She doesn’t worry about what might happen.  She just knows she has to keep setting, turning those eggs, keeping them warm.  Her mate keeps her company, defends her against all comers, and generally just hangs around.

They don’t keep talking about how that last bunch of cygnets were so ungrateful.  They don’t worry about how one might be an ugly duckling.  They just do the job at hand.

That’s the attitude we need!

Just do this job.  Don’t keep worrying about how it might not work.  Don’t fret about which eggs might hatch, and which might not.  Just do this job.

And let the Universe, full of every good and beautiful thing, provide.  After all, that’s its job!

Go out and enjoy this day.  After all, it’s all we really have, right now, with everything we need.

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