Quoting Henry Ford

Cheryl:     I got scolded this morning. Here it is…..

Higgins:     “Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t–you’re right.”
~Henry Ford~

Each of you has Spirit Guides that assist you in achieving your goals. They do so by inspiring interest within. Subsequently, you are guided by your emotions as to whether you are moving in the right direction or the wrong direction….sort of like a game of Hot and Cold.

You all receive the impulses just fine. You all receive the guiding emotions just fine. You simply do not follow them to the letter. Then you complain because life isn’t the way you want it to be. Our response is as Yoda said, “Do or do not. There is no try.”

Romans 8:28 King James Version ~ And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are called according to his purpose.

Each of you is “called” by inspiration and inclination to a “purpose” (thing that will bring you happiness when you do it, develop skill to do it well, and do it with heart). “Loving God” means loving yourself, trusting yourself enough to follow your call with all your heart, mind and soul. We tell you absolutely that if you do this, the Universe will move for you. “All things working together for good to them that love God” is the Universe moving to accommodate your needs and desires as the reflection of God that you are.

Envision a picture of a magnificent snowy mountain reflected in a still lake.  God is the beautiful snowy mountain. The Earth realm is the still lake. You are the reflection of the mountain in the lake. The more you love God (as defined in the previous paragraph) the clearer, purer your reflection in the lake.

You are loved and respected. Hold love and respect for yourself. Then act accordingly.

Do not quaver. Do not flinch. Just do it and do it with kindness.

Received December 26, 2014 at Lake Goodwin, Washington  USA


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4 Responses to Quoting Henry Ford

  1. Lune says:

    Sounds more like a pep talk than a scolding. Thanks for sharing. Just the words I needed for inspiration.

    • That’s good. I do edit a little…. The start went something like this, “Give me a clue what’s next with Higgins?”
      Long Silence.
      “We give you clues all the time. You don’t follow them. What more can we do?”

  2. Brilliant. I have learned that our emotions are our compass. How we feel about something will tell us far more than rationalizing about it. One day when I was going back and forth on a decision, a friend asked me how it felt in my heart. In that moment, the answer was a complete no-brainer (literally). As soon as a dropped into my heart and felt the answer, it was as easy as pie, and quite obvious which way to go.

    The message sounds like a reminder to trust.

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