April Meditation - The Law of Assumption

New discoveries show us that we are limited only by the way we think of ourselves … our knowing that we are never more than a belief away from our greatest love, deepest healing and our most profound miracles.
— Gregg Braden, The Spontaneous Healing of Belief


A balanced approached to understanding the events that occur within our lives is to know we do not have control over everything that happens to us. Events happen in our lives, such as loss, natural disasters, and other challenges among our paths. However, we do have the capacity to attract both good and bad outcomes in some areas of our lives through our beliefs. For example, if your childhood conditioning tells you that you are to put everyone first, then you may not have gone to the doctor in a timely fashion because home and work were pressing. This belief may have caused the presentation of disease in an advance stage. Your beliefs, in this regard, contributed to the outcome.


To learn more about your beliefs, please answer the three questions and engage in the five-minute free writing session:

1.  Do you believe in luck, good or bad?

2.  Have you had an accident of any kind within the last two weeks? For example, have you tripped, stubbed your toe, had a car accident, cut your finger, etc.?

3.  Is there a negative person in your life that you are uncomfortable being around? It can be a former partner, a boss, a sibling, a friend, a casual acquaintance, etc.


Even if you feel like you are making it up, write for five minutes or so about how you may have attracted luck (good or bad) if you so believe, any type of accident, or a negative person into your space. Think about what was happening emotionally in your life at the time, and any childhood conditioning that may have influenced the event or outcome.


We tend to know when we have brought about certain outcomes and when they are out of our control. To understand your part in outcomes through awareness of your beliefs can powerfully and proactively move you toward a more self-loving and self-aware way of living.