On the Abraham-Hicks email group on Yahoogroups, a story about Esther and Jerry Hicks getting impatient waiting in a line was shared as an example of contrast and how they as humans applied the processes they teach. Now, these two individuals live an amazing life. They are thriving in every sense of the word. As master teachers, many of their students see and feel what they have and want it for themselves.
Yet, sometimes those who are still “wanting” and searching for emotional freedom can feel shocked and even lose hope if they perceive that their teachers are not perfect. Why should they ever feel impatient or ANY negative emotion if this stuff “really works?”
The question itself misses the fact that no matter how high-performance a life we have, we will always be making corrections in our course. As we come vibrationally up to speed, we are travelling faster in a more and more powerful vehicle. Someone who is crawling can veer all over the road with little impact to self or othres. A racecar driver moving at 200+ mph, on the other hand, is expected to be more focused. For example, she will feel and notice a new sound in the back end of her vehicle and give IMMEDIATE attention to the negative vibration. She will do that because she has been so tuned to the OPTIMAL operation of the vehicle that small signs of imbalance—she knows from experience—can cause significant distress if not paid attention to.
So, Esther and Jerry start feeling impatience. I suspect no one AROUND them would begin to know that. It probably was something that might look to others like no big deal. Yet, inside, they needed to fork, they needed to get back into the flow, they needed to re-perceive and connect with Source. And no doubt they did so quickly.
See, most people spend so much of their day being in resistance and emotional pain, something like impatience might even be RELIEF! Impatience might be them half way up the emotional scale from depression and despair. They feel connected to others in the line… they all have something in common that they are griping about. There is nothing quite like a mutual GripeFest to help give relief when we’re feelign powerless.
For those of us who are thriving as a daily experience, who are moving fast and with focus, the gap between thought and manifestation is smaller. We are, literally, more powerful Co-Creators than your average bear. (It will be the same for you as you practice EFT and the intentional use of the Law of Attraction.)
And with these powerful energies come all the same sensitivities you would want from a jet fighter pilot or racecar driver. A small distraction will produce feedback and then correction. Skilled correction. Practiced correction. Correction that your average person would not even notice if the Teacher did not raise it to your awareness.
It is important for those travelling through life at high vibrations, who also choose to be teachers, to be confident letting others know that perfection is not the order of the day. The practices we teach involve noticing and re-focusing. Noticing and re-focusing in ways that are ever more pleasing to us.
It is not that we as teachers will never end up in the metaphorical ditch. It is that if we do, the first reaction is, “Okay, I’m in a ditch. I know what to do: Go within. Breathe. Connect to Source. And let my emotional guidance system and intuition take me from where I am to where I’d prefer to be.”