Hustling for Worthiness – Lessons from Abraham Hicks
hustling for worthiness

This is the second part of our 3-part series of Lessons from Abraham Hicks.  Last week, we looked at how negative emotions can actually be a blessing

Today, we will look at worthiness and feeling worthy of either the things you desire or the things that you have. This has been something I’ve been working on over the past couple of months. I have an amazing life. I have the life I have designed for myself. Yet, I often found myself feeling like I had to prove that I was worthy of all that I have. 

I grew up in a small town in Rhode Island. My mom was a single mom, working several jobs, and we almost never had enough money. Now, I’m married to an amazing man and we have built an amazing life for ourselves. Sometimes I still have in my mind that I’m that girl with not enough money and that I need to explain myself to people. I also get into the habit where I feel like I’ve got to work really hard to prove that I’ve earned things. 

A lot of this comes from my childhood, but it also comes from our culture. We admire people that work really hard. We admire people that have a really hard work ethic. If they work harder than the rest of us, somehow they’re better than us. Now, I’m not saying we shouldn’t be in on our goals. I’m saying if you’re struggling and doing it to prove you’re worthy instead of doing it because it lights you up and gets you excited then you’re doing it the hard way.


Lessons on Worthiness 

Here are some lessons I learned when it comes to worthiness:

1. As a society, we have been trained to calibrate ourselves against each other, when our job is to calibrate with our inner source and our inner selves. The reason why we often don’t feel worthy is because we are comparing ourselves to each other. Sometimes when you see something that someone else has, it launches a rocket of desire for something that you want. The problem is we spend a lot of time comparing ourselves to each other when our only job is to get into alignment with what we really desire. That requires getting quiet and listening to ourselves. 

2. Are you letting it in? Oftentimes when we desire something we tell ourselves a bunch of stories that are getting in the way of our desire. When you are questioning your worth, you are pinching off the opportunity, because you’re not letting it in. The reason you’re not letting it in are stories that you’ve been telling yourself, that are based on our society and how everyone measures success. So in a way, you are literally getting in your own way of what you want. Those stories are between you and what you desire. You need to get in touch with that voice inside of you that is telling the truth. Once you start to get rid of these noises, you’ll see that there is a wise soul inside you that knows the truth. You are already worthy of everything you desire. There’s nothing that you need to do to prove it. Do you need to step into activities that bring you what you want? Yes. The whole point of expansion is saying: I want this! Then the path appears in front of you and you bravely fight to go forward, because you know you’re worth it. 


The stories of proving your worth and worthiness are a bunch of malarkey. You don’t have to. The only way to get what you want is to know you’re already worth it. There’s no race, there’s no timeline. When you get into alignment, it will come fast and with ease. Trust that it is all there for you, and you don’t have to prove anything. The faster you believe that your job on this planet is to have fun, expand and see what your potential is, the faster it’s going to come to you. You’re already worth it. You’re worthy because you’re here! 

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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