That’s (Not So) Weird
It turned out to be a possum making its way to her bed, but before I’d read that far I was interrupted with a distinctively odd thump-thump-thump from upstairs. Loud enough that all three dogs jumped to silent attention, each one staring in a different direction. Russ and I turned to each other with raised eyebrows: “What was that?”
We never found out, but as I returned to my book to pick up the story of Tammy’s strange noise in her house – realizing we both had strange noises – I thought, “Huh, that’s weird.”
Except it’s not weird.
It’s law of attraction.
Abraham invites us to notice how quickly our “thoughtways” manifest. (Thoughts being actual construction material that is building your reality.)
Like when highly focused on a story about a very strange noise in the house, and seconds later there’s a strange noise in my house.
Or when I’m wondering about a client I haven’t heard from in months, and she emails an hour later.
Or when I’m on the way to meet dad for lunch at Bajio’s and think I’d rather eat at Paradise Cafe (even though I’m the one who suggested Mexican) … and when I get there Bajio’s is closed for remodeling and dad suggests Paradise Cafe instead.
It’s all evidence of our creative powers. Doesn’t it make you want to pick a really good thought right now?!
At the very least, next time you hear yourself saying “That’s weird” because of some “coincidence” that just happened, give credit where it’s properly due – your amazing manifesting mind.
Remember, your thoughts create your reality, but it’s only deliberate creation if you choose those thoughts on purpose.
And I’m sure I can do way better than creating strange noises in the house. 😉
I’d love to hear stories of your immediate thought manifestations as you notice them happening!