What's this about?
The fastest way from here to there is to not give a fig.
These figs, wonderfully tasty as they may be, do tend to get in the way of you having what you're intending to have.
Giving a fig is a highly reasonable approach.
Motivation says that you must give a fig.
Motivation says that you should never give up.
Motivation is concerned with where you've been and how you're going to get there.
Inspiration, however, is not concerned with any of this.
Inspiration knows that you are in the right place at the right time and that there is no exception to this.
When you decide to not give a fig, what you're doing is deciding for the magic of who you are in all of your creation.
It's quite amazing indeed.
In these seven delicious daily conversations, along with your powerful questions and the wondrous answers that arise in response, we invite you to truly relax into the amazingness that happens when you simply do not give a fig.
We know, since we don't give a fig ourselves, that this will be the very best of these conversations to date.
We invite you to not give a fig, however that may look to you.
August 13, 2016: Not giving a fig.
Special note for this event
Please note: The word "fig" is being used in this series title as a stand-in for the actual word that will be used in the conversations that rhymes with the word "duck." Quack!
Here's what happened in this event
Saturday: August 13, 2016
|Conversation #1: Not giving a fig.||10:57|
|Question #1: I don't want to hear that I have all this choice.||8:50|
|Question #2: I don't want to give a fig even though I do.||5:27|
|Question #3: But I don't see the cash in the bank.||9:32|
Sunday: August 14, 2016
|Conversation #2: Giving a fig blocks your intuition.||11:46|
|Question #4: Did I have the big release?||7:00|
|Question #5: I want to change my name.||3:42|
|Question #6: I feel threatened by what he said.||12:34|
Monday: August 15, 2016
|Conversation #3: When you are working hard and managing things, it doesn't work well.||12:53|
|Question #7: I'm really excited about not giving a fig.||3:43|
|Question #8: How do I have preferences and keep giving a fig?||11:31|
Tuesday: August 16, 2016
|Conversation #4: Why you give a fig.||9:07|
|Question #10: Did I give a fig about going back to work?||4:23|
|Question #11: I wish I'd never started giving a fig about this.||8:14|
Wednesday: August 17, 2016
|Conversation #5: Giving a fig about how the universe delivers.||15:30|
|Question #12: Why did I sign up for this?||12:10|
|Question #13: I want to stand up for myself.||8:05|
|Question #14: More about painting the house bright cherry red.||8:20|
|Question #15: Experiencing the manifestation as being the result of what I want.||4:18|
Thursday: August 18, 2016
|Conversation #6: You give a fig because you think you're disconnected from your source.||10:20|
|Question #16: I want my relationships to be better.||13:01|
|Question #17: A rabbi said he wants to see me married.||3:52|
|Question #18: More about thinking the thought and going down the rabbit hole.||7:05|
Friday: August 19, 2016
|Conversation #7: Letting your desire flow by not giving a fig.||9:49|
|Question #19: I don't understand how to not give a fig.||7:51|
|Question #21: Is it really OK that I'm focused on the mundane?||9:29|
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