by Kathy W
(Houston, Texas USA)
R: Abraham-Hicks critic:
Box-dwellers! OMG how perfect! As usual, you have nailed it on the head! How anyone could miss this well taken analogy is beyond me, but I fear that David, if he does read this, will not see himself in that light even as brilliantly as this was put to him.
I fear he will live out the rest of his physical life as the box-dweller, reveling in his right to be angry and joyless. After all, he must have read some of the Abraham-Hicks books to feel he has a right to accuse them as he does,and yet he managed to miss their premise entirely. unfortunately, I can't imagine even this excellent analogy cracking the awareness of David.
I was not as fortunate as you in knowing from childhood what I know now. I always had that leaning but never had the confidence in myself to really trust the feelings, but when I read Ask and it is Given, by Abraham-Hicks it all rang so true for me and seemed to be such a natural flow to how I really felt inside.
This seemed to be the validation I wanted in order to be able to actually depend on and use it to live my life. I wish I hadn't needed the validation, but I did.
As a child though, and all through my life, I always wondered about people referring to Jesus as God. I never got that because I always felt that Jesus was just like me and everyone else, and the only difference was that he knew something we didn't know; he knew how to be the best he could be while on this Earth in his physical body.
When I was little I always felt that he just did it better than we did...and He did. I realize now that He truly is God, but so are we all.