Excerpts from the book ‘Ask and It’s Given’ By Esther and Jerry Hicks.

Where Are You,  

And where do you want to be? 

Have you seen the Global Positioning navigational systern that are available in vehicles today? An antenna on the roof of your vehicle sends a signal to satellites in the sky that identity your current location. Once you enter your desired destination into the keypad, the computer calculates the route between where you are and where you want to go. The monitor informs you of the distance you have to travel and recommends the best route to get there, and once you begin, the system will give you (by spoken word or by text) specific directions to lead you to your new destination.  

The navigational system never asks: “Where have you been?” lt does not ask: “Why have you been there so Iong?” Its only mission is to assist you in getting / rom where you are to where you want to be. Your emotions provide a similar guidance system for you, for their primary functions also to help you travel the distance from where you are to wherever you want to be.