A Great Week For Both – And

I realize we live in a world that’s filled with a lot of either/ors:  You can either be rich or spiritual. You can’t have your cake and eat it too. You can either be successful or have fun. You can either work or play.

So it’s always wonderful to see examples of Both/And.

This week, the juxtaposition of two seemingly contradictory events is, for me, a great example of the growing power of Both/And.

Today, and for the next three Thursdays, XM radio is broadcasting the meeting between Oprah, Esther and Jerry Hicks, AND the non-physical entity, Abraham, the “source” for many of the Law of Attraction teachings.

And tomorrow we’ll get to witness and take part in what is going to be one of the biggest online book launches ever with the release of Mark Joyner’s new book, Simpleology: The Simple Science of Getting What You Want.

On the one side we’re being encouraged to think, feel and vibrate our way into the manifestation of our desires. And on the other side we’re being encouraged to get our butts in gear and act our way into the creation of what we want.

And I find myself standing smack-dab in the middle saying “Yes!”

They don’t negate each other or cancel each other out. It’s BOTH/AND.

Go ahead and think, feel and vibrate your way into alignment with what you want, and then get your butt in gear and go out and make it happen!

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      1. lilit vehuni on March 31st, 2007 10:21 am

        i got on this website, because my niece told me to. five minutes later i am writing this comment, and this is a first for me. but i guess it has been a while since i wanted to share this particular thought: or/and being logical operators the era of ‘or’ is over and we are well within the era of ‘and’ ever since the early 20th century advances in the quantum theory.

      2. Edward Mills on March 31st, 2007 10:30 am

        Hi Lilit. Welcome to the site, and thanks to your niece for sending you this way!

        I never thought about it in quite those terms. But I believe you are correct that we are moving from the “or” era into the “and” era.

        It’s a great new perspective for viewing the huge shifts we’re seeing in the world at this time.

        I sure hope to hear more from you!

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