Come on get happy.

For the past couple of weeks, probably since the first of the new year, my daily Abraham-Hicks quotes have been really long. Like three or four paragraphs long. They’ve been going in to a bit of detail about how the Law of Attraction works. Like they’re really trying to get us to understand the concept. Don’t get me wrong, the quotes have been great, just really long. Then, the other day, I wake up and see the quote of the day and it’s this:


“Appreciation is the magic formula you’ve been seeking.” –Abraham


And I actually laughed out loud. I laughed because that one line says it all. And I laughed because for most of us, something that simple and straight forward just isn’t enough.

As humans, we crave detailed instruction. We need to know EXACTLY how to do something. We need to see an ‘a.’ then a ‘b.’ then a ‘c.’ It’s the same when we start to study the Law of Attraction. We need to know EXACTLY how to make the Law of Attraction work for us. We need to know what to say, what to think, and how to act in order to make the things we want appear. We say, “Tell me what I need to do to manifest the things I want.” And we get out a pad of paper and a pen and get ready to take notes. Because we KNOW that the steps we need to go through in order to ‘get our stuff’ are going to be big, and hard, and detailed, and extensive.

Based on the quotes from the past couple of weeks Abraham-Hicks gets that we need direction. But obviously, at least in my opinion, they also have a sense of humor. For the past couple of weeks, we’ve been reading and re-reading those long involved quotes trying to break down all the things within them that we need to do. What a relief it was to be reminded that we really don’t.

Today’s quote from them? “When you are comfortable on your path, it doesn’t matter where it leads.” Yep, laughing out loud again. The other day a friend posted on FB the beginning musical sequence to an old show we all used to watch…at least those in my age group did….and I’ve been singing the song ever since. So here you go:

a. “Hello world there’s a song that we’re singin’, Come on get happy!”

That’s it.


In Munay…