On the weekend I was lucky enough to be in the hot seat for an Abraham Hicks session. Anyone who studies the Law of Attraction knows that this is a big deal, like a REALLY big deal! I'll admit that because the sessions are streamed online it isn't quite as amazing as being in the room with Esther Hicks, but it was still so amazing and I was fan-girling all over the place.
My question to Abraham Hicks was "Is the reason I desire something, because I am destined to it?" I asked this question because it feels like my desire (To launch Destiny Drive and get my Manifestation Journal into as many hands as possible) came out of nowhere. It's crazy to me that I can feel so passionate about a desire that did not even cross my mind a year ago.
Abraham Hicks answered this question using a metaphor about the Magic Eye images. You remember those images that were big in the 90s? They look like an abstract blur until you unfocus your eyes and then a 3D image appears. They explained that your inner being (aka source) always sees the 3D image (i.e. your destiny), but often you cannot see it as you are not looking at it in the same way.
The moment they looked at the camera and said "Yes, you are destined to it" gave me chills. I have always thought that we each have different desires because we each have different destinies and it was so amazing to get that clarity. They did say though that the destiny has not been chosen for me, it has come from within. My inner being can see the 3D picture and is guiding me to be able to see it too. So while the idea might have felt like it came out of nowhere, it's been a desire within me that I just could not see clearly, like the Magic Eye.
I never used to be able to see the Magic Eye images, I would pull it close to my face and move it away slowly but it just never worked for me. Esther Hicks said she saw the picture in a frame, and for her to see the image she focused on the reflection of the glass rather than the image itself and that trick worked for me. I was so excited to finally see the 3D image. Try it yourself, rather than looking at the image try to see the reflection on the screen:
Can you see the 3D image? Comment below!