I think there are a couple messages in this song.
First, whether you believe it or not, the Universe wants you to be happy and wants you to have everything you want. Actually, the Universe wants you to have more.
The trick, though, is figuring out what you want.
We had a caller on one of our shows recently, who said she didn't understand why she felt depressed - she had a job (and she worked hard at it), she had a family she loved (who also loved her) and she had a home. Why wasn't she happy?
A couple of questions proved that, while she did have all those things, she wasn't doing what she wanted. She was doing everything that everyone else expected her to do.
I suggested that she take time, however much she can spare whenever she can spare it, and start to make a list. This can be on a legal pad or in a notebook, or even in a Word doc. And it should be a list of everything she wanted.
This could include a new car, new clothes, new everything. A better job. Healthier food. More free time. More disposable income.
And then keep going with that list. Are you hungry? Add a Whopper to the list. Are you tired? More sleep. It should be as extensive as possible.
When the list is complete, let it sit for a day or two. Then, go back over it. And cross out the things that aren't that important. Then, take a look at what's left. Pick a few of those that are the most important. And then make a plan to get them.
These things probably won't be something you can get right away. But the act of making some kind of progress shifts how you feel. Try to make steps towards each of these as often as possible, ideally every day. And after a month, even if you don't have any of them, yet, you'll feel like you're making progress. You're actively pursuing what you want.
And that makes such a difference.
The other part of this is gratitude.
Before you go to sleep each night, think about what you're grateful for. I come up with eleven things each night, and I try to make them be things that I'm grateful for from that day. Some days, it's very easy. And some days, it's very difficult.
Your grateful list is unique to you. It can be full of big things or small things. Or a mix. People that are close to you. A safe place to live. A job that pays when it's supposed to pay. Food. Clothes. Whatever makes you feel grateful.
Doing this at first might seem like so much homework. But keep at it. And before long, you'll find that you're easily coming up with more things for which you are grateful. And you will feel grateful.
And that's the key.
Feeling grateful for what you have opens you up to attracting and receiving more. And you'll find that it no longer matters if you have everything, or even anything, on your long list, because you are so happy, so filled with joy, so grateful for every thing (and every one) that you do have.
I've posted Andrea's original video of this song below. I hope you'll give it a listen. I often find listening to the music helps clarify the messages.
This song comes from my Psychic Jukebox, which has over twenty thousand songs in it. I set it to play randomly, and ask my guides and angels to give me the song that was the message that was needed.
I also use my Psychic Jukebox in the readings on Psychic Tapestry's Love Show, heard on Blog Talk Radio Fridays and on our new Spiritual Tune Up Show, which is on Blog Talk Radio every Wednesday. And I use it in my readings at Myztic Isle on Mondays (12:00pm to 5:00pm) and Saturdays (1:00pm to 6:00pm)! You can get directions or make an appointment by visiting Myztic Isle's website RIGHT HERE!