Jesus said "Turn the other cheek"


“Train yourself so well to not cause a wobble that as you even see a wobble you become unwilling to look at it. It really is looking away. Jesus said ”turn the other cheek”. It really is looking at only what you want to see. Today, no matter where I’m going, no matter what I’m doing, no matter who I’m doing it with, it is my dominant intent to look for what I want to see, to look for wobble free things. And what happens, is little by little those who wobble, wobble their way right out of your experience, in one of two ways: either they are as you described them to be, sort of set on something that doesn’t match what you want, but you’re no longer holding them in your experience by your attention to them. That’s so big…you are no longer holding them in your experience by your attention to all that they are, you are finely tuning your looking at them and you are only seeing the parts of them that they really want to be and the parts that you want to interface with. So one of two things will happen: either their wobble will become less and less or they will wobble right out of your experience altogether. “
Abraham Hicks, Stamford CT, 05/24/2014

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