You may find yourself surrounded by loving friends and family, living in your ideal home with your ideal partner, doing work that you love and most importantly feeling happy, joyful and blissful. If you do happen to have a bad day, it doesn’t last long. You’re glad you had it though because it made you realise more of what you want and less of what you don’t want. You’re living in the moment.
You may find yourself surrounded by gossiping, backstabbing, ‘pain in my bum’ family and friends, living in a home you can’t stand with a partner you don’t like and doing the nine to five grind and loathing it. Most of your days may be bad with the occasional ‘happy’ moment, although you’re so down in the dumps you don’t want to admit it. You blame everyone else for everything that’s wrong in your life. It’s either your parents, your siblings, your partner, your ex, your family, your friends, your boss, your colleagues, your job, your debts, your addictions, your health, your disease, your crappy car, your situation, your past………but never do you blame yourself. If you do happen to have that light bulb moment you beat yourself up about it and the cycle starts again. You’re living in the past or waiting for your future…..not realising that the only important moment is right now.
Both of these scenarios are perfect examples of the Law of Attraction working in perfect harmony. The Law of Attraction isn’t only about attracting rainbows, unicorns and houses made of candy………if anyone does happen to attract these things, you really should let the world know….well maybe just let the world know about the unicorn and house made of candy. It’s just about attracting what you put your attention on.
The Law of Attraction is working constantly.
“It works every time, like a math principle or a law of physics. Two plus two always equals four. Balls dropped off roofs always fall. Your every thought always affects physical reality.” – Pam Grout, Author E Squared and E Cubed
So, want to prove it? Care to take an 18 week journey using Pam Grout’s work? There are nine experiments in E Squared and nine experiments in E Cubed. One experiment every week for eighteen weeks.
The journey will be available on this blog, on Facebook and via email. It will run for 18 weeks. Each week will discuss my personal experience with the experiment and anyone else who wishes to share can let everyone know about their own experiences via the comment section, on Facebook or send me an email and I will upload your comments. Each week will also list a new experiment to be completed by everyone during the following week. So grab your copies of E-Squared and E-Cubed and let’s begin!!