Hi everyone, I have been a member of inward quest for over a year now but am using a different email address. Anyway, I have been practising L.O.A over a year now and when I first started I made the usual vision boards of all the things I wanted. I keep them in a basket and looking through the basket the other day made me realise that almost all of it has come true-my life or myself (even how i look) couldnt be more different than how it was even tho i didnt realise it. Now I know that abraham-hicks says that the worst thing you do is be complete but I still feel very unsettled, like i have more to do. Do you ever reach a point where you fell settled, like you have arrived and you can relax. Im very unsettled, like I still have more to change before im finished and its tiring sometimes!! Thanx xxx

asked 21 Nov '11, 12:02

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Red Shoes

I remember hearing Abraham say "you can never get it all done" that to me is one of the beauties of life.


answered 21 Nov '11, 13:15

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There will always be more to do in life, it's an endless game :) Life is a continual state of becoming that - which you imagine yourself to be in your perceived future. The more you allow yourself to understand this basic principle, the more you will relax and enjoy what's going on before your eyes right now.

By absolutely knowing that you'll never reach a final destination, by really getting it, you'll allow yourself to enjoy more and more of the eternal ride that is now :)

"A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving."
Lao-Tzu - 6th–4th centuries BCE (unknown).


answered 22 Nov '11, 08:40

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enjoying the journey is more important then the target.

(23 Nov '11, 02:29) white tiger

I believe you should try to focus in on the source of your discomfort. You say you are feel like you have more to change before you are 'finished'..

Do you feel like you are being rushed? Like there is an expiration date on a desire you have in your heart and if you do not act soon enough the opportunity may pass you by?

Or is it like there is something in your life that is unsettling you and you are trying to get yourself to change it? Or perhaps something different entirely?

I don't think you should ever feel 'finished', because life should never be 'finished'. There should always be something more you want out of life or yourself, even if it is merely an eternity more of what you already have.

To me the moment you lose your desires in life is the moment you stop being alive.

In regards to life being tiring: Slow down! Take a breather. Your body, mind, and spirit all need rest and time to relax and grow. Life isn't a race.

“There is no end. There is no beginning. There is only the passion of life.”

"There is no beginning or end.. Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift."

There is no reason to be in a hurry, you have all of eternity to find what you're searching for and more things to search for. Stop and look around, enjoy the colors, take in the scenery, hear the melodies of life.

Maybe your unsettled feeling isn't because you aren't doing enough, maybe it is because you have been doing too much and it is time to rest. You mention bringing so many things you desired into your life... Maybe it is time for you to sit back and enjoy your newly found sources of happiness.

All of the possibilities aside, only you know in your heart what is right for you. Silence your mind and body, and just listen to your spirit. Whatever decision you make is the correct one, as long as you are happy.

Good luck, you will find the answers you seek as long as you are willing to hear them. =)


answered 21 Nov '11, 12:42

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There is always an ebb and flow in life...Read this from The King James Bible (which is now 400 years old..It had its birthday last week...Nov 2011):

Ecclesiastes 3

1To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:

2A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted;

3A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up;

4A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance;

5A time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing;

6A time to get, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away;

7A time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak;

8A time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war, and a time of peace....

You may be familiar with these words, as they were the basis for the song, "Turn, Turn, Turn," written by Pete Seeger and sung by the Byrds.

I mention this writing because even Solomon knew about the ebb and flow of life. We all experience it...You are feeling this ebb and flow...We have peaks and valleys, ups and downs, times to be busy, and times to rest. This is a time for you to think, think, think. Consider all your blessings...and then ask for new ones. Make new Blueprints for New Stuff to come into your life.

Blessings, and Peace! Happy (early) Thanksgiving,



answered 22 Nov '11, 15:00

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everything happens when it is the time for it to happen.

(23 Nov '11, 02:32) white tiger

TY, WTiger...This is so true! All will come to those who wait! Peace, >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

(23 Nov '11, 02:56) Jaianniah
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