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Friday, August 6, 2010

Julia Rogers Hamrick & "Easy World"!

WOOF's guest is visionary author Julia Rogers Hamrick!

As a fabulous over-fifty woman, have you wondered, as the decades have passed and you've still not totally achieved the peace, prosperity and fulfillment you've been diligently seeking and sometimes, even chasing, "What am I missing?"

If you're like the wonderful, passionate women I know, you've studied, you've practiced, you've worked hard, you've sacrificed, you've accomplished a lot, you've been very, very "good"—and still, you haven't quite managed to get everything lined up so that you feel you've attained what you've been after.

Here is a startling thought: What if the problem is that you've been looking for life's treasures—Love, joy, peace, abundance, fulfillment—in a reality where they simply do not exist?

That's what most, if not all, of us have been doing! We've been looking for our heart's desires in what I've dubbed "Difficult World" when, instead, they can only be found in "Easy World"! The happy news is that they absolutely can be found in Easy World and it's time for us to find them there.

Easy World. Let that in. Breathe deeply of it. Feel the energy behind the words. Doesn't it feel familiar? And right?

If you've ever had the sense that your life is unnecessarily complicated, and more than a little frustrating at times, it's because you've been spending the bulk of your time in Difficult World. Instead of explaining what Difficult World is, I'm going to tell you about Easy World—I suspect you already have a high degree of familiarity with Difficult World!

Easy World is the original reality matrix provided by the "Divine Designer" (and no, I'm NOT talking about Candice Olson, as amazing as she is!) in which universal forces are always working together to support your total well-being. Your origins are there, though the amnesia brought on by being in Difficult World may have caused you to forget it.

In Easy World, everything you could possibly need and desire is supplied for you, freely and effortlessly. All you have to do to claim it is to be there.

Naturally, this begs the question, "How do I get to Easy World?" The loving intelligence that maintains Easy World has shown me the way and has asked me to show you. So here's what you do: You say the magic words "I choose to live in Easy World where everything is easy," and then you take some very simple actions: you breathe…relax…allow…and enjoy. And then watch the magic unfold!

That's really all there is to entering the reality where you were designed to thrive and where all life's treasures are awaiting you. But in order for you to experience your needs being taken care of and that which you desire manifesting, you need to remain in the relaxed, allowing state and therein lies rub: How do you do that? Helping you understand and master that—with ease—is my mission.

For an abundance of free Easy World information, please visit my web site devoted to teaching you about Easy World, http://www.iliveineasyworld.com/. To learn about my new book, Choosing Easy World: A Guide to Opting Out of Struggle and Strife and Living in the Amazing Realm Where Everything is Easy, visit http://www.choosingeasyworld.com/.

I'll be looking for your fabulous, radiant, fulfilled Self in Easy World!

-- Julia Rogers Hamrick


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5 comments:

pmrussell said...

I'm in the same group and know how great life can be. You finally get to a point in your life where you can relax and live happily and easily. I steer away from the ones who focus on being old. I love living in Easy World and will never leave it! Julia's book is a wonderful guide to those who love to live without the negativity. Live the dream!

jstone said...

I've experienced that harmony, joy, and success definitely don't show up in Difficult World. I know I'm there when fear is the dominant emotion.

When my heart is open and full of love and joy, things start happening ... whether or not I'm thinking about them or working on them!

Mary Cunningham said...

I agree! I just don't get women over fifty who say they're bored. This is such an interesting, fulfilling time of life.

Eileen Williams said...

What a spectacular idea! I think so many of us make things hard on ourselves and, by making even small shifts in our attitude, so much angst and strife can be avoided. Julia is truly on to something. Thanks to the ladies of WOOF for making the introduction!

Diana Black said...

"Joy" has been my word for several years. I even keep a Christmas "JOY" carving up in the den all year as a reminder. Can't count the number of little "joy" symbols in my home office. Julia has nailed, in my opinion, one of the secrets to getting the best out of life at any age!

But naturally WOOFers joyfully "howl" it up better than most!

Thanks to all who left comments! And to Julia for a great post...

Diana