044 21 June 2017
We are all here to live every situation you can imagine, good or bad; right or wrong; positive or negative. Why? So we can learn from the experience as part of the adventure of life. Murray Kibblewhite
CASE STUDY – THERE ARE NO COINCIDENCES
In the “10th Insight” by James Redfield and Carol Adrienne in the last chapter, “Holding the Vision” page 324 they quote Elizabeth Jenkins who said:-
“This is how I receive messages and keep going forward,” said Jenkins. “I was following the symbols that had the energy for me. That led me to the next point in my story. I then knew what I had to do. I was able to go to the next people I had to meet. The literal meaning of something doesn’t matter as much as seeing the signs and symbols as messages. You flow with the energy pattern. The form is unimportant and shouldn’t take precedence over the energy flow.”
Recently I experienced this situation for myself when I interviewed eight clients over two successive days, who I was to help them prepare their Business Plans.
At this stage of my business life, I could feel important changes were likely to happen so I was mentally prepared for an increase in business activity. The issue for me was my ability to handle the extra workload.
For years I had always had a Personal Assistant to help me and now I sensed I would need help again.
Therefore, with this mindset, I was very interested when one of my new clients had been the PA for the CEO of a major Local Government organisation and had left to start up her own business offering mobile beauty services.
Could she also offer mobile Secretarial Services as well?
Today we met for the second time over a coffee and she said, ‘Yes I can help you!”
Is this coincidence or like attracted like?
My learning was to flow with the energy pattern and be ready for opportunities that arose.
Likewise, her learning was to be aware of opportunities as they appeared and take them rather than investigate, be critical of and dismiss the event.
All life’s experiences are opportunities to learn. The challenge is to decide, what are the real lessons to be learnt?