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Only Two Ways to Roll

Which one will you choose?
Pam  Grout
Jun 29, 2013 at 10:00 AM

“The universe always dreams bigger for you than you would for yourself.”

--Amy B. Scher

There are a grand total of two ways to do things.

Whether you’re looking for a job or having a conversation with your BFF, whether you’re making a smoothie or plans for a European vacation, you either do what you’re doing with the resources of Door Number 1 or Door Number 2.

Door  Number 1, the drug of choice for most of us, means doing your life, your daily activities with the power of your own resources. You make decisions based on the thoughts within your own head, with what you know so far, with what you’ve learned from your parents, from school, from the news. In a nutshell, it’s using the resources of the past.

Door  Number 2, the only other choice, means conducting your life hooked to your Source or what I call the F.P., the field of potentiality.

For me, it’s a no-brainer. When I depend on my limited resources (Door #1), I’m like a toaster that’s not plugged in. I can press the button a million times, but if it’s not plugged in, there’s not going to be any toast on which to apply butter and jam. I can eat the bread, of course, but it’s not toast.

You’ve probably heard the expression, “All men have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God.” Sin, rather than a judgment call, merely means separation from your Source. It means your toaster’s not plugged in. There’s no condemnation involved. You don’t damn your toaster all to hell. If you’re smart, you simply grab the cord and plug it back in to its source.

For the sake of clarity, let’s stretch the toaster metaphor. Let’s say you really, really, really want toast. You can plead and beg and pray all you want, but until you connect the toaster back to the wall, “Sorry Charlie, you’re S.O.L.”

You can throw the toaster in the dumpster, but there’s nothing wrong with it. It’s just not connected.

That’s what we’ve done. We’ve thrown our toasters (the days and the hours of our lives) away.

Your Source (Again, call it what you like—God, the F.P., Divine Intelligence) doesn’t  judge anymore than electricity judges. It’s completely 100 percent non-biased. If has no opinions on whether you choose to employ its power or not. It’s just there, waiting for you to plug yourself back in.

Some of us don’t plug in to our Source because we feel guilt. Or we don’t feel we’ve worked hard enough. Or we bought this crazy notion that It doesn’t want us.

But that’s as ridiculous as saying electricity doesn’t want (or won’t work) for a thief. Electricity doesn’t judge. It works equally well for everyone.

In fact, it’s OUR judgments, our grudges, our preconceived notions that block the flow.  Source is always there, patiently waiting for us to lay down our judgments and plug ourselves back in.

About Author
Pam  Grout
Pam Grout is the author of 16 books, three plays, a television series, and two iPhone apps. She writes for People magazine, Cnngo.com, Huffington Post, and her travel blog, www.georgeclooneyslepthere.com. Find out more about Pam and Continue reading