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Living the rest of my life as one long holiday, all on the house/universe! lol
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 Posted: Mon Apr 12th, 2010 09:13 pm
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Awesome post, another just what I needed to make my day flow even more

Truly insprational

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 Posted: Tue Apr 13th, 2010 11:16 pm
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John, you are SUCH an inspiration, and your new thread is INCREDIBLE.

John, another request--Would you please post the story about visiting your parents soon after you made this choice to quit your job?  What your financial situation was then, and what your mood was?  And about your father's response three months later?

YOU ARE AMAZING. I'm so glad to know you!

And Dina--your story is another wonderful example, thank you for sharing it here!

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 Posted: Tue Apr 13th, 2010 11:38 pm
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The frog in the well -- yes, yes please!

RR

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 Posted: Wed Apr 14th, 2010 01:09 am
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dina13 wrote: Thank you so much for sharing your experience, AppreciateNow. My husband and I have been living like this for the past five years - without steady or reliable income - working as full time artists, and never knowing what will happen next month.  Out of these five years four really felt like a struggle. But in the past year, I became really aware of how my attitude matters, and I started changing it. And in the past year, I had more miracles and manifestations than in the previous years put together.
Your post confirmed what I know deep inside - things NATURALLY work out, and I can relax and enjoy them. I don't have to do what I hate to make ends meet. I can as well enjoy myself and not worry about tomorrow, it will take care of itself.



I can really, really relate to this, and I thank both you and AppreciateNow for these thoughts. One year ago, my husband got laid off from a well-paying career he'd been at for many years. I hadn't had a "real" job in a long time and got panicky. In fact, the last job I had was self-employment of the type where I felt retired because it was so much fun and didn't take much time or effort. Since going back to that work wasn't an option, I got my old, moldy resume updated and applied for jobs I didn't want.

Fortunately, I didn't get any of them. Getting into Abe has made a BIG difference. We're cruising along doing okay and not working too hard. We've got money. Both of us are happier.

Whenever I do what I want, things work out. Whenever I repress my desires in order to be "responsible," I suffer. I love pleasure! I love having fun! I'm such a total hedonist at heart and always have been and can barely cobble together six months of "responsible" behavior before going insane.

For my own sanity, I choose to live it up and enjoy life. To tell that new story. To turn downstream. To feel good! 

I'm really excited to see others taking the leap of faith that the Universe will support you. I'm right behind you!

Thank you! I love you!

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 Posted: Wed Apr 14th, 2010 11:01 am
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 Posted: Tue May 11th, 2010 12:57 pm
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AppreciateNow wrote:

Living in inner Sydney, I love the vibrant city life as much as I enjoy quiet retreats in nature.

I am sliding into this abundant life of luxury, ease & joy, meeting amazing people in beautiful places between Sydney & USA and soon traveling the world, all without having to first 'work for it'! All I can say is YOOOOHOOOO! ::LOL


Great to hear.... I'm moving to Sydney in 2 weeks from Ireland, so excited!!!

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 Posted: Wed May 12th, 2010 07:02 am
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Joyous john.(.weve renamed you)..lol. Thank you for posting your story..mine is similar. I have to say this chosen unemployment has been the most amazing gift of focus for me. I have literally spent a year now just totally engrossed into abe's teachings and becoming a vibrational match to my desires. I too have been doing alot of the work you described. I feel rather joyously spoiled.

My days consist of deciding what i want to do. Every day is my choice and the feeling of freedom is amazing...its utterly delicious. I dont miss interacting with people from work..i dont miss living around a schedule..i dont miss having to ask for vacation time..i mean i control it all. And in that experience i know that i have allowed great abundance beyond the $$ that pays our rent, utilities etc. etc.

So the other day i was sitting on my pansy filled patio under the cover..it was a monday and my son was playing with his dump trucks in the grass. And i could hear the cars wizing by on the highway behind our neighborhood and i began to appreciate the fact that there are people who work by choice..that they appreciate the steady abundance they earn..and i also thought how wonderful it is that iv'e found a place carved out in my neck of the universe where dollars flow endlessly to me whether i work or not. And i had this instant recognition that how i am living is the essesnse of how we all could live..if we chose. We could all be lottery winners in a sense and wake up and choose our day as we please. And i must say im quite happy . I have some amazing offers on the table for a career that manifested reciently..but honestly the other day when i "got it "about how free my life already is ..i just decided to make my career out of living happily ever after...i know the $$$ will show up to prolong this feeling.

Enjoy your journey..glad to see a post that embodies the essesnce of what im living too..joy joy and nothing but utter JOY to you..miss jenn::hearts::woohoo

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 Posted: Sun Jul 25th, 2010 11:33 pm
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Hi(gh) All!

Sorry I have not been on the forum for over 3 months!
So much has taken place in that time,::woohoo including being joyfully homeless, having more money than I've ever had after the sale of my apartment,::money loving the Alaskan cruise in July and really enjoying my stay with my partner in San Diego (away for Sydney's winter).

I am loving my freedom to play and will be going to Stockholm, Sweden from 1 - 19 August before returning to SD. It would be so much fun if you could recommend any fun things or Abe connections there?::grapevine

I've just posted my silly story "tips on getting into the hot seat" in case if you feel like some light-hearted fun:

http://www.theabeforum.com/view_topic.php?id=18526&forum_id=9


En-JOY!

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 Posted: Sun Jul 25th, 2010 11:45 pm
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Hey Miss Jenn,

What a wonderful story you have too!? Yoohoo!

I was just in the hot seat on Saturday (24 July) in San Fran chatting to Abraham about celebrating my two years of early retirement. They put me and the audience straight (when they cheered for my achievement) on the topic of retirement. They said retirement for most of us is a push against something unwanted. What I really want is to retire from resistance!:) I actually asked them if they're sure they weren't too harsh on me, especially considering the incredible expansion I've experienced in the last two years!::LOL

I agree that it would be so much fun to "work" again... and that work might be blogging or writing or whatever I love doing. I always knew I'd be doing something, whether it's next week or in 4 years' time... and I'd continue to trust my intuitive guidance.

Thanks for sharing! Feeling my joy mixing with yours! 


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 Posted: Mon Jul 26th, 2010 03:04 am
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AppreciateNow wrote: I actually asked them if they're sure they weren't too harsh on me, especially considering the incredible expansion I've experienced in the last two years!::LOL




I think they were directing their answer at the audience mostly, who cheered on the idea of retirement so much that Abe had to stop and address this. You took the heat for all of us. Thanks!

Of course, having been retired for many years myself, and even before that only working a little and loving my job immensely, I understand where you're coming from and totally love what you've done and how you're looking forward to the next thing. I'm actually working some myself these days, helping my husband with his business when I feel like it, and writing my book. And it's all fun!

So good to see you and Mark yesterday.

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 Posted: Wed Jul 28th, 2010 03:53 am
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I just need to clear up something here.  I was NOT cheering for retirement.  I was cheering for John!  I don't know about the rest of the audience.  I actually love working, and I love not working during the summer too. 


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