🙋🏻♀️ I couldn’t get The Law of Attraction to work for me until I learned this…
Just a few months ago I was living a sort of “double life.” I was posting on social media about going out with friends, exploring my spirituality, and spreading positive energy and gratitude…
But, that wasn’t even close to the truth.
In reality, I was always tired, depending on lots of coffee, and I lacked the body confidence I once used to have years ago.
My husband wasn't looking at me the way he used to, and our income was quickly being devoured by bills, medical invoices, and an ever-growing list of expenses.
It felt like the Universe was totally against me!
I had read the books and blogs about The Law of Attraction, but I always felt like something was missing. Most of them said the same thing over and over, about thinking "positive thoughts” and saying affirmations. Long story short, I never had my “AHA” moment.
I wanted more happiness, a better relationship, and make more money so that I could live the abundant life that I saw others living.
No matter how hard I tried, I always found myself right back to square one - until about 3 weeks ago. 💰🤗 I learned about "energy orbiting" that was the missing link between my reality now, and my dream life - no wonder.
Now my family and friends keep asking what I'm up to.. Well here it is, Click the link in my bio to find out! (P.S. There are no accidents in this Universe, and it’s no accident that we crossed paths today!) 😇💙
I read an article recently that said most of us are constantly focusing on the headwinds in our lives, or things that bring us down. If we are able to focus on the things that are in favor, our outlook changes instantly. It’s so simple yet so true.
So today my internal narrative focused on all things positive:
1. Incredible family
2. 13 weeks to go until I meet my SON! (<—- holy shit)
3. Supportive, loving, K I N D network of friends that uplift, push and make me a better version of me! The ones who you can call and vent and ramble on and they listen, sometimes laugh, but take the time out of their day for you.
It worked for me today 🔮
4. Mindful Listening
This exercise is designed to open your ears to sound in a non-judgmental way, and indeed to train your mind to be less swayed by the influence of past experiences and preconception.
So much of what we “feel” is influenced by past experience. For example, we may dislike a song because it reminds of us of a breakup or another period of life when things felt negative.
So the idea of this exercise is to listen to some music from a neutral standpoint, with a present awareness that is unhindered by preconception.
Select a piece of music you have never heard before. You may have something in your own collection that you have never listened to, or you might choose to turn the radio dial until something catches your ear.
Close your eyes and put on your headphones.
Try not to get drawn into judging the music by its genre, title or artist name before it has begun. Instead, ignore any labels and neutrally allow yourself to get lost in the journey of sound for the duration of the song.
Allow yourself to explore every aspect of track. Even if the music isn’t to your liking at first, let go of your dislike and give your awareness full permission to climb inside the track and dance among the sound waves.
Explore the song by listening to the dynamics of each instrument. Separate each sound in your mind and analyze each one by one.
Hone in on the vocals: the sound of the voice, its range and tones. If there is more than one voice, separate them out as you did in step 4.
The idea is to listen intently, to become fully entwined with the composition without preconception or judgment of the genre, artist, lyrics or instrumentation. Don't think, hear.