Once you really master the Law of Attraction, this is something you’ll be doing all day: finding your highest excitement.
What this means? Following your highest excitement is doing what you most feel like doing at any one moment. If right now you feel like pouring yourself a strong, hot coffee, go for it! If in five minutes you feel like getting up from your swivel chair and twerking, then shake that ass! And if
You’re Getting Signals All Day
The idea behind this is that your Higher Self knows what the shortest path is from where you are now, to everything your heart desires. Or, as Abraham-Hicks would say, to everything your Vortex contains.
Your Higher Self is actually guiding you all day with subtle nudges: do this, go there, don’t do that, etc. Many of us are trained to ignore these signals. Instead, we buckle down and focus on whats ‘needs to be done’.
Bashar, the entity channeled by Darryl Anka, has a wonderful discussion about this with a hotseater.
“It’s the excitement that tells you that’s the next thing you need to do,” says Bashar.
“It’s the excitement in the simple things that tells you what simple things are connected to the bigger things that excite you. They will get you there in what seems to be a roundabout manner, but it’s actually the shortest, fastest, straightest path.”
How to Follow Your Highest Excitement
“Every moment, if you simply choose the thing that excites you the most out of all the things that you have the ability to take action on, do it. When you can take action on that thing no further, look around for the next most exciting thing you have the greatest ability to take action on. Then do that, whatever it is. Even if it doesn’t seem connected to anything else, do it because the excitement tells you it is connected.”
“Once you start doing that, you will sensitize yourself to the idea of excitement. You will become a better sensor for the concept of what does excite you and what doesn’t, and you won’t create so many ‘things to consider’ before you will simply be willing to take action on your excitement.”
“Excitement is its own self-contained kit and its own driving engine. When you act on your highest excitement, you begin to experience synchronistically that the exciting thing you’re doing contains all of the things you need to consider. And what it doesn’t contain, you don’t have to consider.”