When you’re in the manifesting game it’s amazing! You meditate daily, write in your journal and visualise your desired outcome whenever you can. You even begin to see the signs that the Law of Attraction is working for you as you align with keeping the faith.
But.. things may not happen as quickly as you had wanted and there are times when you feel like nothing is happening at all. This is when keeping the faith becomes energetically challenging and our brain brings up all sorts of negative, fear-based and egoistic thinking on the Law of Attraction.
As Deepak Chopra says “Language creates reality. Words have power”. So what reality are you creating with the words you speak?
Communication through words is a never ending and vital part of our lives. The words we use shape our reality whether we are conscious of it or not. Ever heard of the phrase “Be careful what you wish for?“. The power behind the use of words can be used with great intention along side the Law of Attraction and once you know how to master the art of using words to your advantage, you can start to speak your dreams into existence!
How do people flawlessly manifest the things they desire and quickly too?! I mean manifesting can be difficult in itself, especially if you find it hard to let things go and trust in divine timing, but manifesting AND getting what you want in miraculous speed, now theres got to be a secret behind that right?!
Well, In some respect there is, and a vital part not many people touch on when they talk about The Law of Attraction is the power behind practicing gratitude! Instant manifestation can only happen when we own our happiness and completely surrender to where we are in the present moment.
It was Thursday 28th September when I received the dreaded text from my Mum – My gut instantly churned and I was at work so I couldn’t see for myself. I replied to her with the attitude that she was doing something wrong. Did she have the charger plugged in? Was she turning it on correctly? Anything to believe that my Mac Book Pro hadn’t just DIED on me.
I recently handed in my notice to focus on blogging and this was the ONLY computer in our household – it just couldn’t be happening. I brushed it off and told her to wait until I got home, I was going to fix it and everything was GOING to be okay.