Sometimes, I think we should look at Law of Attraction as a lifestyle and other times, I don’t. Usually, I come to a conclusion that we should look at it as a lifestyle whenever it amuses us and when it doesn’t, we simply shouldn’t.
We want to look at LoA as a lifestyle but we don’t want to put pressure on ourselves. We want to enjoy manifestation but not feel pressured to manifest a million different things every single day. We should simply enjoy manifesting our goals.
However, I will implement a lifestyle category in this blog for future manifestation stories.
And now, let’s go back to a story I once posted but wanted to update with additional LoA lessons, as I understand even more now than I did back then.
I once manifested seeing a specific person on a specific night. I had seen and spoken to this person several times but wanted to get to know them better and one night, I decided to make it happen.
One Friday night seven years ago, I was on my way into town. I was going to a concert with several friends, listening to music on the way and suddenly decided that it was time for me to see this person that very same night. Then, I selected a song on my playlist that was my happy tune, one which reminded me that I can do anything if only I believed it.
Before and during the concert, many things just aligned. My concert buddies were at our meeting spot in time (and these individuals never valued punctuality, openly stating its uselessness often) and my view was relatively unobstructed through the venue crowd. Afterwards, I decided that I was going to run into the person I had chosen to see and at that point, I had been repeating it to myself continuously for about three hours. All of a sudden, I realized that all I had to do was have fun and go to the places I genuinely felt like going to after the concert, and our paths would cross.
I met up with friends at a bar I used to work at, to start. I had a great time for the most part, even though it included fending off one or two mildly annoying drunks. However, not every detail has to be perfect so one should not allow for that to derail them. I stayed at this bar for as long as I felt like it and then, proceeded to another bar owned by a close friend.
Upon walking in, I spotted a friend of the person I wanted to run into, one I have known for years. I said to myself, “This is a sign!” We sat together and joked together with my friend. Then, another friend of the person I wanted to meet walked in! All the while, I had been saying to myself, “I decided it’s going to happen so we’re seeing each other tonight!” My motivation was strong and whenever I felt like I could potentially waiver, I pulled myself back up. This person also joined the group for about fifteen minutes, and then…
Another friend of the person I wanted to meet walked in and walked up our group, saying, “Guess who’s downstairs?” It was the person I had decided to run into. The two of them were apparently hanging out at a friend’s house, were on their way home and then, ran into someone who persuaded them to go out instead.
And they showed up at the bar I was in.
All these years later, this story still gives me lessons. You can direct your passion and motivation into a manifestation or you can simply address it calmly, depending on the way that makes you feel good. I was thinking about my manifestation with immense motivation and desire but only because it had come to me naturally. Sometimes, I will say that I want something calmly and also manifest it on the same day – it’s all about enjoying the energy that makes you feel good.
Letting go is about feeling good – you either think about your desire or you don’t, whichever makes you feel good! In this case, I thought about seeing this person on that very night throughout the entire night because it was making me feel good and had given me comfort in my manifestation. Plenty of times in life, I will ask for something but feel good not thinking about it or forgetting all about it instead. It’s all about knowing what letting go truly means, and it means thinking about whatever it is that makes you happy, that being your desire or anything else. You don’t have to think about your desire all the time to manifest it – even just once is enough.
If you choose to not think about your desire, that doesn’t mean you won’t attract. You can live as if but then move on to thinking about other things in life, living as if whenever your desire comes to mind or simply doing so for a brief time and then letting it all go.
Another thing I had been thinking that entire night – “We both want to see each other very much.” I had decided it and stuck to it. I still use the same method today. By deciding that what you want is yours, mutual desire is implied so I would always recommend that you use this in every manifestation. Decide it and stick to it – whatever you decide is a done deal will be so and whatever you decide is false and powerless will be so as well.
This story is one of my favorite examples of the Law of Attraction lifestyle. What are yours?
Please share your own preferred manifestation methods in the comments!
And have a wonderful day.