The process of learning about the Law of Attraction is also the process of learning more about life. The two go hand in hand, always together, always reflecting each other. For many individuals, the Law of Attraction may seem to mean one thing–only. They may assume that everyone desires mansions, money, fancy automobiles, fame, family, and worldwide travel. This, however, is a fallacy that’s scripted in many cultures, whether or not it has anything to do with our personal reality.
The script of life–at least for people raised in Western-type cultures is often thus: grade school, high school, date, fall in love, get educated, get married, get a house, and raise a family–all while advancing in an absolutely fabulous career that ultimately leads to retirement near a golf course. This is not explicitly voiced, but the implicit message is often whispered through what we witness. Those of us who don’t live by such a script may feel left out, somehow wrong, or–worse–failures.
Through the Law of Attraction, we create according to our habitual thoughts and feelings. Such will be what moves us forward in our lives. For individuals who do not have the lifestyle described above–and who may be feeling somewhat sad that they don’t–I offer this question: Do you think it’s possible that we never–ever–truly wished to live in the manner I described? Think: Look back to when we were children, daydreaming about our future. Was there ever a mansion in our wildest dreams? Fancy cars? A wife? Husband? Children? The answers may surprise. Or…
Have we always embraced different dreams that are equally valid? To be free of the bondage of trying to live other people’s dreams, which may be neither relevant nor important to us? My point? This: Is it possible that we’re already living the life of our dreams? To realize that–and know it fully–we have only to awaken.
Dare to dream.
With heartfelt regards,
Copyright © – 2017 – R. Arthur Russell
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