Littlefinger Knows Manifesting
But I also propose that if you haven’t yet watched the season 6 finale, you’re not that big a fan and are safe to keep reading.
And for anyone who doesn’t watch the show, I propose you’ll still get conscious creation inspiration from one of the most interesting players of the game …
Peter Baelish (aka Littlefinger) is the sort of character that’s easy to have mixed feelings about.
His response, though, when his love interest asks what he wants is straight from the law of attraction playbook.
Littlefinger tells Sansa that she already knows what he wants, and continues to explain:
Every time I’m faced with a decision I close my eyes and see the same picture.
Whenever I consider an action I ask myself, “Will this action help to make this picture a reality? Pull it out of my mind and into the world?”
And I only act if the answer is yes. A picture of me on the Iron Throne and you by my side.
Now that is a guy who is speaking our language!
Talk about commitment to the vision! Every time he’s faced with a decision he mentally conjures visions of his ultimate outcome. That in itself is a powerful LOA practice.
And then he considers which choice will help further that desired end result. Which just enhances his belief in getting there.
That’s aligned decision-making!
(Whether he uses intuition or mental machinations to decide, we don’t know for sure. But either way – he’s doing a great job of working the belief angle!)
And can I just say – single-minded focus!
When I asked myself what my life would look like if I used his same approach, my first thought was, “But which dream to focus on?” Because I’m working a few at the same time!
He’s got ONE purpose. ONE mission.
That is a focus to admire.
Even if you don’t like Game of Thrones, and even if you don’t like Littlefinger, if you’re a conscious creator you gotta take your hat off to this guy’s approach to making his big dream come true.
And hello, he sure looks good doing it! (So handsome!)
It’s almost enough to make you root for the guy. 🙂
For those who prefer audio, you can hear me rave about Peter at the podcast here. I’d love to hear your thoughts about Peter or Sansa or anything Game of Thrones or LOA in the comments. 🙂