Wednesday, July 3, 2013


"For most, it's easier to appreciate others, because you've clogged your pipes up about
yourself. And so we usually don't encourage you to start with yourself, because you don't have
immediate success with that because you've practiced clogging up your pipes. 
So, appreciation is just - all it is - it's a matter of finding the easiest thing in the
world for you to appreciate and appreciating it until you've practiced yourself into the vibration
of appreciation. Because once you've practiced yourself into the momentum of appreciation,
then you are able to appreciate wherever you go. And then utterly, formerly, obviously,
unappreciatable beings become also easy to appreciate. Not because they have changed,
but because you have."
From the Abraham-Hicks workshop in Chicago, IL, 6/15/13