Everything is working out for me mindset – Lessons from Abraham Hicks
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This is the third part of our 3-part series of Lessons from Abraham Hicks. In part one with looked at The blessing of negative emotions and in part two, we covered Hustling for Worthiness. Today I am sharing with you the mindset “everything is working out for me.”

I want you to say that to yourself right now. Inhale. Exhale. And say: “Everything works out for me.”

Do you believe in that or does it not feel to be true? Be honest with yourself. 

I had a moment last week where it really locked in for me that everything works out for me. The difference is understanding that that doesn’t mean that things won’t go wrong, that things won’t go sideways, and that life won’t be challenging. It means that everything works out for me – eventually. There’s a great quote from Lewis Howes, who says: 

“It all works out in the end and if it hasn’t worked out yet, you’re not at the end yet.”  

Setbacks, failure, disappointment, rejection, that is all feedback. It is critically important for you to know which direction you desire the most. Without it, we don’t grow. We need the down moments; we need the frustration to move us in the direction we’re supposed to be going in.

So, when things don’t feel good, it reminds us that we need to get back to our inner source. If it doesn’t feel good for our soul, we know we’re out of alignment. This is really the easiest measure of whether or not you are in a place where you need to be. 

I have learned to appreciate the lessons of frustrations, disappointments, and of embarrassments because they taught me a lot. When I look back on my life, there are moments where I messed up at work, where I didn’t handle things well but in the long arm of my career, it’s all worked out for me. It’s okay to make some mistakes because mistakes teach you what you want to do. Without them, how would you know?


Trust the Journey

I want you to trust the journey, trust that it’s all working out for you. Here are some things that might get in the way of this:

1. Regret. As Peter Crone likes to say: “The past couldn’t have happened any other way. Because it didn’t.” The past is gone, and if you look back and think you should have done something differently, that is a colossal waste of energy. What is a good use of your energy is to come to peace with what happened in the past, and forgive. A lot of the work that I did last fall was all about digging back into my past and letting go of things that were triggering me and causing friction in my life. If you can go back and go through a process where you forgive and let it go, then those painful memories become wisdom. You can either be hanging on to old memories as regret, or you can do the work and look back on all of those as lessons and wisdom. When you look at the things that happened as wisdom, and teachers, everything shifts. That’s when you know that everything works out for you.

2. Your current set of limiting beliefs. If you can get the limiting beliefs out of your way and if you just decide to trust yourself, you will get to where you need to be. A belief is simply a story you’ve been telling yourself long enough. Your belief is what dictates your actions and your actions dictate your outcomes. If you’ve got some self-limiting beliefs, this is what you need to work on. 


You Need to Believe It to See It mindset

Believing everything works out for you only becomes a true belief, when you believe that the things that happened in the past happened for you. I know there are really terrible things that happen to people and I’m not minimizing them. I’m saying if you can get to a place where you can figure out what the lesson is, and how you can grow from that, that’s when your life takes another direction. If you look around, you see people that have overcome what would break many of us, and they are here to tell the story, and to be an inspiration to others. So, I know it’s possible. I know it’s possible when I see people go through what I think is something that would break me and they come out the other side stronger. I know it’s possible. I encourage you to look for people who inspire you who maybe have walked the path that you’ve walked and have done this work.

When you believe that everything is working out for you, it will. That’s the key. You have to believe it to see it. You cannot wait to see it and to believe it. The best way to do this is to look back, not at the things you regret, but at the things that sent you in the direction where you are right now. Oftentimes, your best decisions are made because you were at a pain point where something had to change and that is when things start to change for the better.


Hopefully, this has sparked some curiosity in you and if you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch with me

In the meantime, remember, you are magnetic and people are waiting to hear what you have to say.





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