Lately, I’ve spent a lot of time working very hard on different areas of my life. I want to do more, achieve more, experience more, become more… But one day, a quote popped into my head that caused me to question myself:

“Hard work is not the path to Well-Being. Feeling good is the path to Well-Being. You don’t create through action; you create through vibration. And then, your vibration calls action from you.” ~Abraham Hicks

Was I trying to do too much? Was I really out of alignment? Does my hard work contradict the freedom that I seek in my life?

I’m sure many of you have wondered about that and when I got the answer, I decided to share it with you.

1. Feeling Good is What Matters

What is good vibration? It is feeling good, and when you feel good, your vibrations are aligned with your goals. Therefore, I believe that hard work + good vibrations = success.

For me, pushing my own boundaries and stepping out of my comfort zone help create a sense of accomplishment, which makes me feel that I can achieve anything, so it very much forms part of the vibrational alignment process.

2. Immerse Yourself in the Moment

We always hear people say that we should live every moment to the fullest, but what does it really mean? For me, it is about not doing the least that is expected of you in every moment, but doing your very best and then a little bit more. Since everything is for our expansion, pushing a little further, doing a little more, will naturally bring bigger and better rewards.

3. Accept Your Path

If what you’re doing is making you happy (even when it’s hard work), you know that you’re on the right path. Let your bliss be your guide as your thoughts, feelings, and conversations gravitate towards that which makes you feel blissful.

I found that when I stopped thinking too much about the process, and instead started enjoying it, I worried less about what I was doing and how I was doing it. Instead, I found the bliss in the process, knowing that what I’m doing was making me a better, more fulfilled person. Giving it my all made me feel stimulated and content, knowing that the results were happening faster and that I was reaching a new level of achievement and happiness. I was becoming ever more free from the person I used to be and closer to the person I strive to be.