Now, ‘The Law of Attraction’ is a huge thing right now. Books are filled with information on it, the internet is saturated with it on how we create our reality, from visualising, affirmations, gratitude lists, vision boards and much much more.
As some of you may know, I followed this path of thought for a fair few years and I was very determined and motivated by the Law of Attraction teachings (LOA). So much so that I left my last job with the strong feeling ‘I am going to travel the world and the resources will be there for me to do it.’ I faked it till I made it…
Well..I never made it, in that sense anyhow. 4 years later I am still here now. And the past 4 years have been AMAZING, not what I wanted, not what I had envisioned, and not what I had dreamed. But I know one thing: not getting what I wanted made me question my beliefs about the LOA.
Over the years I practised the LOA, I believed that I manifested:
- Parking spaces.
- My favourite seats in cafes.
- Money when our car broke down.
- A TV when the TV broke.
- A cooker when our cooker was falling apart.
- The money to visit my family up north.
- Prizes I won.
- Songs on the radio that matched my ‘vibration’ regarding my dreams of travelling to New Zealand.
The list just goes on.
But did I really manifest all of this? Did the Law Of Attraction bring all of this to me?
Have you ever questioned your own beliefs about the LOA and creating your reality?
What Came First The Chicken Or The Egg?
But, what if ‘surrendering’ to your own natural flow, where the mind doesn’t use tools or techniques to control the direction of the boat you’re in, where this natural flow takes you to the shore you desire all along? OR to the shore that gives you far greater growth and expansion than your mind and ego-desires could ever bring you. Would you be open to that
The emphasis here is everything you ‘NEED’; this does not necessarily mean everything you want. Wanting is the ego’s desires. Need is what is for your greatest growth and evolution. You could need a challenge or a blessing, as the outcome from receiving that need could be far reaching, in comparison to your human want.