Awhile ago I shared the idea of being “still worthy” no matter what, an idea no doubt inspired by seeing Abraham around that time. Every time I remind myself that “I’m still worthy,” I chuckle and I think, of course I’m still worthy! Always was, always will be!
Yet I appreciate the reminder.
Recently I have been realizing that any thoughts of unworthiness, for example, just like any other negativity, are not based in any reality whatsoever, but are inventions of the mind (!). Abraham is very clear that whatever emotional state we are in will tend to manifest in our experience. If you are angry and frustrated, and if you dwell in that state for any length of time, you are likely to attract more to be angry and frustrated about. Alas.
Similarly, if you feel guilty or unworthy, that is a headspace which will have creative power in your life. While in that state, you will attract evidence of the “reality” of your guilt or unworthiness. Yet it is not real in any sense, except that you empowered that state with your thoughts.
Hard as it may be to swallow, our mood–whether high-flying or miserable– is ultimately a choice.
The funny part about “still worthy” is that it implies that there can be anything other than worthy. But we are always worthy. There is no other reality. However, it is possible for us to keep ourselves in lower emotional states such as guilt or unworthiness. If we do this chronically, we may start to believe that this is “just the way it is.” In other words, we will forget that we are doing it to ourselves.
When you study the principles of the Law of Attraction, it is hard to avoid the truth that our reality–as an outgrowth of our chronic moods or vibrational states–is what me make of it.