Like the power of witchcraft a spell of deathly silence befell upon this darkened room as the guest of honour prepared to speak. This was a meeting about the belief in creative energy. During a meeting about the universal energies, all manner of belief in creative energy were invited to be brought forward, including witchcraft. But as each person spoke in turn, I soon realised that there are some people who are absolutely cowardly or lazy. They can be downright insulting too like placing curses upon the ones in this coven like place.
Ask And It Shall Be Given
Many of us were surprised at the audacity of these few whom I had thought of as good business people. When it came their turn to speak, they put everyone “in their place” by belittling each. In turn, they extolled the virtues of their own studies that all use of mental ability and desires were witchcraft. It was unfair and dangerous to use in this world we live in. Everyone should use only hard work to get where they want to. They call themselves consulting experts in finding suitable jobs and businesses for clients.
I have already developed an unshakeable belief in creative energy and I said so. I was immediately accused of the belief in witchcraft! Well, these were people I once thought of as friendly acquaintances. But after our recent meeting, I feel that these insulting experts are best left to their own rigid mental boxes. But what is the purpose of mentioning them here?
You see, they began a story that they will not soon forget or doubt the existence of a universal energy far beyond the comprehension of the human mental capacity, especially the ones kept in boxes. An Abraham Hicks proponent reminded everyone that when we experience something we dislike, we have the choice to vibrate a very different desire we love. Ask and it shall be given is a two edged sword. This was an understatement as connective desires can resonate to something far more than the sum of its parts. A powerful mastermind amongst us formed.
Belief And The Creative Energy
Yes, each of us have already developed strong belief that the universal creative energy exists and works to the nth degree, except for the doubting ones of course. We put a smile upon our faces and continued our discussions about the stories of our successes and the use of each of our separate disciplines to achieve our desires. Now, as a matter of course, the doubting guests were as usual critical. And this is when the fun began. From here on there was extreme mirth being restricted but later I’ll tell you what happened.
If you’ve been following this story, you’d be expecting the next series of events. Call it witchcraft or otherwise, we were mostly in cahoots. The second commenter immediately chocked and spewed her mouthful of coffee onto her compatriot. An accident? After another speaker told of her positive experience as a Wiccan priestess, One dissenter stood up and spoke as his fly was prominently displayed on the fully open position. He did cover up his embarrassment in perfect silence. A few speakers later, the third and very coffee soaked commenter decided to promptly drag her own mug of coffee upon her skirt. Another coincidence? By the way, it was hot.
And so it went on. One strange thing led to another stranger one. Of course, by this time, most of us could no longer hold our mirth any longer and spontaneous laughter followed by stifled coughs began to erupt. As we, the mastermind and they, the dissenters were building our respective energies to greater heights. We want more fun and they are trying to push it away in anger. And what was it that Abraham Hicks talked about with the law of attraction? What we love or hate deeply gets attracted far more quickly, with more intensity and more frequency.
Witchcraft Or Curse?
Was this a curse that someone brought upon them? Or were we after all being accused of witchcraft caused this all to happen? Frankly, our collective beliefs attracted the situation. Four people finally decided to make a very hasty retreat and excused themselves from this rather amusing meeting. But the best for last as their sheer anger could be felt as they ran into the parking lot to their very red car. Except it was now inexplicably s(h)at on and surrounded by more than a dozen birds of various kinds. Seagulls, Crows and Starlings were making a very noisy conversation. They had a difficult decision to open the doors or not. Most of the car was a billboard for bird pooh.
The rest of us took a mirth break. And since we were in such a wonderful mastermind, we decided to offer peace and abundance to our fellow denizens who share this earth with us all. Our love for this planet, as we each spoke was plain. Selfishness begets the same and that was clearly demonstrated.
Now, didn’t someone say never to curse a witch? It may happen to you if you’re not careful. But then, this true story may simply convince you to take this law of attraction far more seriously in your lives.