I have already been working with the law of attraction for 3 years. I know it works, and it is incredible. However, there are things out of our control sometimes, that can interfere with the tune-in feeling, which can throw us out of balance, finding it hard to connect with the law of attraction again. I personally find it refreshing and reassuring to have good reads on the subject, just like this book, and be able to have an emotional reminder to connect with the law of attraction again. It is an easy read, that I found great to read in the morning to start my day in the best way possible.
Most of us have furniture, electronics, clothing, rugs, art, and/or other items lying around that we no longer use. And you know what happens when we hold onto things we don’t use? The energy of our life, our chi, gets stagnant. And so does our financial energy. Free up your financial energy by selling what you no longer use. It’s amazing how much value you have lying around that someone else would be thrilled to receive. When you really want to purchase something, look around for what you can let go of and sell, so you can welcome in the thing you really want in its place. This keeps you in the flow of giving and receiving rather than only in consumption mode.
Law Of Attraction Buddhism
When you want something so bad, whether it’s your own business, love, a better marriage, whatever it is, and you get so obsessed with wanting it that you won’t allow yourself to be happy unless you obtain it, you go through life in a desparate lower frequency state. This desperation throws you into a Pseudo Self. You start living outside in instead of inside out. Your gifts become dimmed which means you become less potent. You pack less punch in this world. You also become angry and resentful. So your state changes and your energy beomes low. You then start go through life crossing fingers and hoping. The longer this happens, the less you believe. And if you don’t believe, you won’t put any action behind building anything. Now you watch others build their dreams and become a spectator. Sound familiar? Basically, you give up. Then you hear about a fast easy concept that can save you. There’s a chance you can still get what you want! A vine to pull you out of your quicksand. Of course you’re going to jump on that train.
Clearly, this person doesn’t really believe the Universe is going to take care of them, or they wouldn’t be making a desperate plea, bargaining, and putting a timeframe on when they want their demands met. Its comes back to the scarcity mindset, in the idea that if I don’t have a date by So & So’s wedding, then there just isn’t someone out there for me! Whether that’s what someone intended to say or not, it doesn’t really matter because it’s the energy behind the words.