There's a code the law of attraction and to how we create our reality. Once you crack it, you can attract anything you've ever wanted.
You can't control everything that happens in your life, not in the moment anyway. By looking for the adventure of it, by asking "what wonderful experience is this going to lead me to?", you're putting yourself into a place of positive expectation and that's a mighty high vibration. Stay...
If you're one of the people for whom affirmations haven't worked thus far, this post is for you.
There's clearly a basic misunderstanding of the "Ask and it is given" principle, which states that no action of any kind is required. Hard work is not required, but action is and the two are very different.
So, you’re working on this Law of Attraction stuff. You accept that you create your reality, theoretically at least, you meditate and visualize and you’ve even noticed that things in your life are getting better. You’re feeling lighter and happier
We, as a people, love to suffer. Oh sure, we say we don’t like pain, that we try our best to avoid it, but many of us will create immense suffering in our lives before we are willing to make
A few weeks ago, I was asked a poignant question: “Why don’t we remember this Law of Attraction stuff from birth? Why do we have to relearn it? If it’s so important, why isn’t it hard-wired into our brains?” I
In the article How to Visualize – The Secret to What Visualization Really Is, I explain that visualization is really just a way to test out your vibration before you let it create your reality. When you visualize your perfect
I had an interesting experience last night that caused me to take a look at my money vibration. More to the point, I had to make a decision whether or not to spend a rather large amount of money (large
What you see around you isn't what "is". It's what "was". You're literally looking at your vibrational past. But by insisting that what you're perceiving is how it is NOW, you keep creating the same reality over and over again.