You get the essence of what you think about – whether you want it or not – because Law of Attraction is unerringly consistent. Therefore, you are never only telling the story of ‘how it is now.’ You are also telling the future experience that you are creating right now.” ~Abraham
For those of you who are not yet well versed in the Law of Attraction, you may have read that quote a few times in a futile attempt to grasp it. Even those of us who have been on this path for some time can forget the power of its truth. What is showing up in your life today is the result of past thoughts, feelings and actions. It’s the story you’ve been telling for days, weeks, months, years and possibly decades. Want to change the story? Stop telling it “like it is.”
If you’re in debt, you’re not going to get out of it by telling your sob story of scarcity to anyone who will listen. If you feel hurt by someone’s actions, you’re not going to create a better relationship with that person by telling your friends what he or she “did to you.” If you want a new, exciting job, you’re not going to attract it while complaining about the one you have now.
“Nothing is impossible when we follow our inner guidance, even when its direction may threaten us by reversing our usual logic.” ~Gerald Jampolsky
While watching the sunrise at Airport Mesa, I realized this was my first visit to a Sedona “vortex” in well over a decade, when my entire trip had been based around exploring the alleged centers of energy. That was an entirely different Sedona, when new age shops and restaurants were spread about, dirt roads led to the rocks and canyons, and the thought of pink jeep tours was absolutely unfathomable.
“As we become more present and aware of our thoughts, we can start to know what we are thinking and change it at any time.” ~Sky Sheridan
My last post was titled “Hold out for Right Opportunities.” The byline should have read “And never, ever write about what you don’t want, lest you want to convert a right opportunity into a wrong one.”
“Nance. I have a job for you if you’re interested. It’s a bit of a doozy.” If Rick’s initial words did not serve as a deterrent, his following ones did. Drive to a town I’ve never heard of in Connecticut to pick up a client. Drive back to New York with said client. Fly to Memphis.
I’ve learned to listen to the offers on my voicemail, rather than call back the moment I see one of the wanted names in my missed call log. It’s easier to say no once I’ve processed the details on my own. As I’ve never actually said no, this was only a theory.
“Gratitude is riches. Complaint is poverty.” ~Doris Day
Nancy, I’ve read your recent posts and while they were interesting and insightful, I have no idea how to apply any of what you wrote about to my financial situation. What does the weather, a dietary change or feeling under the weather have to do with money? If you need some help connecting the dots, or want to learn about the most basic form of prosperity generating resistance that many of us encounter, here we go.