Whenever I think about how much I love people, I get the most wonderful things in return.
When I recently visited this stir fry place great for a casual lunch, I was given a free drink and told I was a lovely regular. Later that same day, I was invited to skip the line at a bank.
Yesterday, I received shopping points on my loyalty card from the purchase made by customers ahead of me – they weren’t program members so the cashier scanned my card and said, “We can put those points on yours!” It was actually amazing, and she looked as happy as I felt.
Happy people attract other happy individuals.
When you choose to be happy by deciding what you love, life becomes much easier. These manifestations lead to you seeing even the desires people tend to deem “bigger” as normal to your life, attracted to you as easily as free drinks.
Decide that you love people, your specific romantic interest included, and you will attract the best out of everyone you meet. Your faith in others will skyrocket, and you will only have yourself to thank.
Also, I still remember receiving a load of gifts from this vegan cosmetics company that usually doesn’t give them out. I felt very honored and grateful.
I imagine myself abundant because it makes me feel good.
I see myself abundant in quality of life, luck, money, intelligence, beauty, charisma, finesse, respect, positive experiences, friendships and love. I see myself abundant by living in a world I appreciate simply because it makes me happy.
Seeing yourself abundant should make you feel great and then, Law of Attraction is going to work for you rapidly and magically.
Look back on every time you received something in life simply because you wanted it – didn’t it feel good and just easy? It did, because you liked the thought of having it. Now, use those same thoughts to imagine living your desires.
Letting go entails accepting life until your desire manifests into it; letting go can also be made easier when you realize that your desire is not perfect.
This is how the acceptance of your desire’s current imperfections can actually help you let go while you allow it to transform into everything you want it to be.
None of us are perfect and there is nothing wrong with that yet when it comes to manifesting our desires, we magnify our imperfections in our minds to the point of turning them into self-imposed issues. We look for reasons not to manifest our desires within ourselves, wondering if we deserve to have what we want while perceiving life and its circumstances bigger than they are. We fear change and are intimidated by others instead of accepting that no human being is more deserving than the other.
Instead of worrying about our own worth, we need to accept that we are as worthy as we make our desires to be in our minds. We must find all the meaning within ourselves that we assign to our desires every day.
I know that being yourself can be difficult at times. I understand the courage to be yourself can be difficult to come by. At the same time, I feel that most of our worries come from idealizing certain situations, people and relationships while underestimating ourselves but I guess we prefer to do so over realizing that none of it is perfect…because if we think that what we desire is actually perfect, we have an ideal to strive for. Continue reading “The Art of Letting Go – Beauty, Lightness and the Magnitude of Life”→
The other night, I was in a deep discussion with a friend as we were driving around the city at 2 a.m.. Sharing experiences of recent and not-so-recent encounters with men, her accurate grasp of relationships absolutely amazed me.
My entire approach to manifestation is based on being a positive person – it’s what I’m used to, it’s organic, it feels right. I love having unwavering faith that my desire is manifesting and since positive energy coming from within helps the Law of Attraction work without effort, it makes me feel connected to my desires and love from the Universe.
Having everything I want is what feels most natural to me. Whenever I thought that I could compromise what I wanted just to accomplish some other goal (without reason, because we can have everything), I ended up partially displeased – this was when I learned that I only accept having everything I want and nothing less. “Partially displeased” is not worth it.
I am only happy when I have everything I want and to get it, I assume that I have it already. Everything we feel is reflected in our realities.