Discovering the Law of Attraction can be life-changing, but it can also be frustrating. Keeping up your spirits can be hard, especially when things aren’t quite coming into our reality as fast as we’d like, and especially in the face of all those naysayers in our lives…
Have you ever tried to explain to your boss that you work with the Law of Attraction and Allowing and the way he or she wanted you to do things just didn’t fit? I don’t think it’s even worth trying…
And I just came across an article that captures that sense of temporary discouragement perfectly and made me feel soooo much better.
Ann-Marie Caffrey on her Smart-Attractor Blog has a brilliant post up right now:
Of course it all comes back to that sometimes elusive “allowing,” that is necessary for the Law of Attraction to be able to work properly.
After slacking off for quite a while, I’ve recommitted myself to my daily practice of meditation, but not just any meditation — no, I’m doing the Quantum Touch Body/Mind/Spirit Integration Meditation (described in the Super-Charging book).
And the coolest thing…
As I wrote in an article quite a while ago, miraculous things started happening as soon as I started meditating (okay, within a few days of that), and now too, things start picking up after a few days of getting back to basics.
And as I read through my Supercharging book the other day, I finally understand just why this is so powerful (must have forgotten — I now remember that they did mention that during the workshop, but at the time manifestation and allowing were concepts I didn’t really understand too well and thought they were a bit beyond my capabilities).
Not so. In fact, here’s an article I wrote more than a year ago:
I wrote it after realizing the significance of that breakthrough in “getting” meditation, thanks to a comment on an Abraham-Hicks CD.
I used to think meditation was boring and didn’t have any use for it, but no more. And the Quantum Touch Supercharging touch really, uhm, supercharges its effectiveness.
But it all comes down to allowing, which I finally understand much better, even though it’s still a challenge. I have found, like Ann-Marie says in her article, that once I allow and don’t try to force it, no matter what it is I’m trying to get or accomplish, that things work out better, and sometimes come together almost miraculously.
Last year, around this time, I came across a saying, Miraculate in 2008. Now it’s 2009, and I need to figure out something to rhyme with “9″ and so I’ve been thinking of things like, Prosperity is mine in 2009 (and yeah, I’m all for that), but here’s one that just popped into my head:
All will be fine in 2009!
Letting go and trusting that, yes, all will be fine if we just let it be.
Which reminds me of Mary Oliver’s poem “The Wild Geese” that goes something like…
You don’t have to be good…. you only have to let the soft animal of your body love what it loves.
Here’s a link for a version of that poem set to music: