Don’t forget your part of your contract with the universe

The team of you and the universe is a third-dimensional, duality-driven organization. You are the head honcho and chief executive officer of your organization, and the universe is your working partner.

by Sherry Anshara — 

With all the current discussion and speculation about the law of attraction, the concept can sometimes become confusing if you are unsure of what you are asking the universe to do for you. Remember, a contract is a two-way agreement. First you must be absolutely clear about what you expect the universe to provide for you. Most importantly though, you must understand your part of the bargain. Don’t forget that you are part of the deal.

What happens when you “think” the universe is not fulfilling its end of the bargain? Do you really think the universe would not provide whatever you ask of it? Is it possible that you misunderstood or forgot your part of the transaction? You must be clear that the contract is always in accordance with what you asked.

Realize with “real eyes” that you must step up to the plate and fulfill your part of the transaction. And it is definitely a transaction, an exchange of energy. You can do all the intending, all the wishing and wanting, all the hoping and praying, and think you have lived up to your part of the contract — only to find that you have not.

The team of you and the universe is a third-dimensional, duality-driven organization. You are the head honcho and chief executive officer of your organization, and the universe is your working partner.

The clue here is working, which means that you have to do the “work.” You are the one who must remain focused and clear about your business plan in order to accomplish your job, institute your promotions and keep the revenue flowing to support your plan. The universe is your operations director, awaiting your clear directions. Your director puts the puzzle pieces together for you, but you have to show up for work.

Wishing, wanting, hoping and needing are not clear directives. Sitting back and waiting for the universe to move you forward is not an effective method for activating the power of your operations director. It is only when you are conscious and your energy is focused and clear that the contract is effective. If you are confused and “wanty-needy,” your low frequency and vibration of consciousness will make a significant difference in what you manifest through your partnership with the universe.

This third dimensional world requires co-participation. This is a two-way contract, requiring your action to implement the plan. You can hope, wish and want all day long, waiting for something more to happen or change; however, you must remember that the universe has incredible patience and will always outlast you in the waiting process. Take note of that reincarnation clause in your contract!

Why not make this the lifetime you get your business plan in order and forget the busy-ness plan that diverts you from achieving your dreams, goals and objectives? Stay out of the trauma-dramas, and do not waste your valuable time. In a continuous continuing continuum, you incarnated here to consciously create an effective, prosperous life, whatever that looks like to you. You are the earth plane, manifesting the physical half of the contract.

Forget the past; it is only a reference point for what you have already learned from this contracts process. You have learned where your life did not work — now move on. Where it did work, expand upon it. Stop waiting, get moving and take action now. Be the take-charge chief executive officer who provides clear directives. The universe is ready and waiting for your command.

 

Sherry Anshara, founder of the QuantumPathic Center of Consciousness and creator of QuantumPathic Cellular Therapy, has a medical intuitive practice in Scottsdale, Ariz. Author of The Age of Inheritance: The Activation of the 13 Chakras, she hosts “Conscious Healing” on achieveradio.com. 480-609-0874, www.quantumpathic.com or sherryanshara@quantumpathic.com.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 26, Number 3, June/July 2007.

 

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