During an interview, a journalist was shocked at my belief that I attract and create everything that happens to me. He thought he was going to “get me” by throwing out circumstances that do not affect anyone directly. Of course, he was acting as a journalist should, but what he didn’t realize is that he was actually learning something – and so would his readers.
We attract and create everything, and I do mean EVERYTHING, that happens to us. If what happens to us is something positive or even a miracle, we create and attract it by being positive and by doing positive things for others. When we do something nice for someone (especially when we do it anonymously), we attract that same kind of energy to ourselves. We get what we give.
If what has come into our lives is a person, we attracted that person through an aspect of ourselves. For instance, let’s say Julie meets Greg and he seems to be the perfect mate for her. Everything is perfect about him, but especially his charity work. As it turns out, he is an individual who gives his time, his energy, and his money to his passion.
Julie has attracted him for one of several reasons:
In other words, Greg is a student, a teacher, a peer, or any of the above. The main idea is that there is a core theme here, whether it’s passions, giving, or self-care. They attracted each other because of the theme.
Now, let’s say Julie had attracted something else, like a terrible accident that left her with several broken bones and a few months in the hospital. Why did this happen to her? Well, let’s look at what the theme might be here.
We attract and create everything in our lives through what we do, what we say (to others and to ourselves), what we think, how we feel, and what we need to learn. This is why it’s always a good idea to go within and figure out what we need to learn, so we don’t have to learn it the hard way. The Universe will fill in what’s missing!
My challenge to you is to figure out what’s missing. Ask yourself these questions:
What do I want in my life?
What do I need to learn?
What questions do I have?
What am I telling myself?
What am I telling others?
What am I feeling today? Is it positive or negative?
What positive things can I do for others?
Once you have the answers to these questions, you will have a map for how to proceed with creating and attracting what you want. (Tip: The more you do this, the faster you create and attract anything – positive or negative. ) The big thing here is you have to BELIEVE you can do this or it won’t work. How do you come to believe in a thing like this? By practicing. Start with little things that don’t matter and work your way up from there.
Believe me, this works.
Wendi Moore-Buysse is a professional speaker who works with businesses that want to market to women. She speaks professionally to, coaches, teaches, and consults with women who want to develop problem-solving skills and leadership skills using intuition, self-talk, and the belief system. Her books from the Life’s Little Cheat Sheets™ Series, including “Shifting Gears: Get Moving in the Right Direction”, are available through her website and events. “Shifting Gears” includes ways to shift your focus from what you don’t want to what you do want. Visit http://www.wendimoore.com for more information and to read her Life's Little Cheat Sheets™ blog.