In November, I had a rough month. Things in which I completely trusted did not turn out the way I expected them to (but perhaps I did; still working that out) and it was very hard for me to stay positive. This is partly because I was working 24/7 and had little time for rest and self-reflection, which are exactly the things I need to get myself back on the happy horse.
I got into watching Abraham Hicks movies and reading LOA (Law of Attraction) books, one of my favorites being “The Magic” by Rhonda Byrne, but more on that later. You probably have heard of Abraham Hicks and if not, please go and look her up in Google or Bing or any other search engine.
Her message, in short, is don’t tell it like it is, tell it how you want it to be. Thus, create your reality by living it before it is there and it will go exactly like you want it.
Law of Attraction, or LOA, is exactly the same and states that you can have anything you want if you set your heart and mind to it.
And that is where the fun begins, the fun of discovering how many limiting beliefs you have. Well, I can only speak for myself, so let’s just say I discovered I still have a lot of limiting beliefs.
I started slow and easy by first, watching many Abraham Hicks movies, learning something new with each one. And after a while I was up for something different. By coincidence (or maybe not), I found out about the book “The Magic” by Rhonda Byrne.
Like Roald Dahl says: “And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it.”
I was immediately drawn to the book. I love magic and really believe in it. I had to contain myself not to read it all in one go because the book made me so happy and curious for more.
So what is it about? Well, I’m not going to reproduce the whole book, of course, and I recommend this book to anyone who can do with more magic in their life.
The one thing that I found very appealing was this:
Be grateful for everything in your life, even if it doesn’t seem positive at first glance. This gratefulness should even include bills.
Come again? Yes, be grateful for bills because a bill means you have been served or received something that you had the pleasure of using. If it was a speeding ticket, yes I can imagine you think differently, but still you had the pleasure of being photographed by the police. And of course I’m pulling your ear a little here, but really think about bills. They are there because you had the pleasure of using something.
And this practice – further and much better explained by Miss Byrne – also works splendidly for attracting money into your life. I did this, by doing exactly what I was supposed to do according to the book. Bills are money, just as a positive balance is money. Restore your relationship with money and the sky will be the limit for your bank account.
Another one of my favorite books is “E-Squared” by Pam Grout. “E-Squared” has nine do-it-yourself experiments that prove to you that LOA works, thus stating that you have the ability to manifest anything and everything in your life just by shifting your attention.
No, Pam and I did not go to school together, but she writes so extremely funny and from her heart that it feels like we did. This book is very good at breaking down the LOA principle to a few very nice experiments.
I haven’t done them all yet. I need all of my manifesting energy for something else at the moment, but the ones that I have done were a lot of fun and have proven her right.
So to make a long story short, believe in magic and believe that you can have anything you want. All you need is a positive mind and belief that you can do it. You can be it. You can have it. Anything and everything. Because that, my love, is your, my, our birthright.
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