I have walked many spiritual paths as my human journey has evolved. And I am grateful for each and every one of them, even those I no longer align with. As they taught me many valuable lessons while they were a part of my growth. I now follow the path of an earth based spiritual practitioner. And I feel more connected to this path than I ever have to any other. I am grateful for that. I am always seeking to understand the ways of Nature in an even more intricate way than I do now. And I am reverent of the fact that you would let me share some of those viewpoints with you! Thank you!
I’ve been an avid Law of Attraction (LOA) practitioner for about 8 years now.
I first learned of this universal truth 14 years ago. I dabbled with it a bit here and there for quite some time (well, 6 years if you do the math). But I didn’t develop a consistent application of it in my life until 2012. It was then that I realized I was spending endless hours studying LOA and not very much time applying it in my daily life.
We all work with (command) energy. Every single day. Every single one of us.
It can’t be avoided. We are made of energy. Everything that exists is made of energy. And energy is attracted to energy of the same frequency as itself. Therefore, we are perpetually manifesting our future.
Once we have a firm grasp on the reality of this situation, we begin to understand that we will fair better in life if we choose how we use our energy and the energies surrounding us.
Do we want to allow our thoughts and emotions to manifest physical people, situations, and objects in our life at the whim of our subconscious? Or would we rather discipline ourselves to consciously choose what manifests in our lives?
Everybody wants to live a better life. It really makes no difference who they are, what they do, or what circumstances they live with every day. They want to alter their lives in a way that meets their deeper needs. They want it to be better than it is.
They want to have stronger, more stable relationships. They want to be respected, appreciated, and admired. And they want to feel that the way they’re spending their time and energy is purposeful.
Attaining these goals can seem impossible. When faced with the task, many people simply shut down intellectually, physically, and spiritually.