Here are some basic stories to serve as reminders of LoA at work.
LoA and Someone Else’s Work
My Mom wanted a change and ended up going to a convention for several days. She took a trip to a beautiful town on the coast, a famous tourist spot, where the convention is being held as we speak. A friend of hers and two other women she likes are also attending and this change, even though work related, will allow her a bit of a breather. She’s been working hard and this change will serve her well. One can find desired change at work just like anywhere else.
LoA and Weather
I lived in a country where rain was almost a daily occurrence for eleven years. I love rain and I loved living in it. However, over the past two years, I realized the sun was starting to agree with me. Having endured extremely hot summers throughout my youth, I had become fed up with it but now, I see the appeal. Even though I still love the seasons, I hoped that the weather would brighten up in my current location.
This week, three out of four days were sunny. Even the one rainy day that had come along was interrupted by outbursts of sunshine. I never asked for sun and warmth 24/7, just most of the time in the past few days. This may sound odd to some but think about it – when you are used to living in specific weather, you see even more of it. It becomes your daily environment. I believe we collectively attract weather conditions we are used to living in.
LoA is limitless.
Right now, it started to rain but tomorrow, an entirely sunny day is expected which is perfect.
LoA and Work
Last week, I wanted to manifest a new professional gig but for some reason, I wasn’t sure if I would do so as fast as I wanted to. I was tired and not thinking clearly. However, I always know that if I let go entirely, I can manifest anything right now. So, I asked and let go. I made myself let go.
I said to myself, “I can do this,” and I let it go.
I manifested two gigs, not one.
Even an iota of belief works!
LoA and Panic
Last weekend, my Mom and I met our close friends, also mother and daughter, for dinner. Driving out of the parking garage afterwards, we were caught in the middle of an emergency. The garage was suddenly being evacuated due to the carbon monoxide emission reaching toxic levels due to too many cars in a poorly ventilated public space on a Saturday night. Everyone was instructed to turn off their engine and leave the garage while the sirens were blaring away but I decided to exit instead. I drove through the garage faster than ever, realizing that the exit ramp was in full function regardless of the emergency. While opening a window to run my parking card, I told the other three to hold their breath. We got out safe for the most part – I ended up with a headache.
With an unsettling situation around me, I was calm. Everyone was startled as this was unexpected. It was nothing terrifying but it was enough to confuse the surprised drivers suddenly being asked to leave their cars. Mothers got scared and wanted to get their children out of the garage fast which we can all understand. I decided we were to get out and remained calm. My Mom wanted me to be cautious but I believed we could get out instead of leaving the car. Even while driving fast, I did so because I saw us driving out successfully and was happy to reach that point.
Now, translate this instance into any panicking situation. Even if it takes more work, one can stay focused on their end goal.