When Expectations Don’t Match Results?
As in, you totally expected to get the job, but didn’t.
Or you didn’t think that anything good would happen on that date, but it was amazing!
Sometimes what we expect and what we get don’t seem to match up.
But how can that be if our reality is unfolding according to our thoughts?
I usually attribute it to misconceptions about what we’re really vibrating or to the buffer of time, but does that always explain it?
Play along for a second, please, because I’d love your opinion about this …
Yesterday a friend shared about how she was looking at a particular “fad” diet she felt major skepticism about, but after all the rave reviews eventually got curious enough to try it.
She’s now experiencing amazing results, reporting “no way” is this just about her vibration. This very LOA savvy creator insists there has to be more to the story – chemical or biochemical – because it isn’t just about the emotions.
I just chalked her experience up to lack of awareness about what her energetic focus really is, because it’s always about the vibration. No exceptions.
But then I thought about this subject again today when I wondered whether I needed to tell my two exes what to expect with the new crystals I gave them.
I myself have amazing results from playing with these crystals – but would they, too, if they didn’t expect to?
Did I get great results because I knew what the crystals were supposed to do? Or would they still work for someone who doesn’t know what the rocks do?
This is why the FDA requires double blind tests on new drugs before they go to market, right? Because drug makers have to prove there really is something happening above and beyond the placebo effect.
And yet, I’ve played with enough crystals to know that even when I didn’t know what they “did,” I got results. So how could it be my “knowing” what would happen when I didn’t actually know?
The power does not exist in those objects or rituals – no real effect comes from them. We understand of course that in physical reality when something is crystallized in a physical way of course it has its own attributes. Such things as crystals are obviously representative of certain kinds of energy patterns, yes.
But nevertheless the point is that regardless what attribute the object, idea, tool or technique may have inherently … it still doesn’t really create any effect within you or do anything for you unless you choose to match the frequency of the idea it symbolizes for you.
So you are generating the effect yourself out of your own energy but what you are doing is relying on your belief system (which sometimes can be unconscious) to attract to you the symbol that best reflects the vibration within you, that will allow you permission to be yourself.
Does that mean my friends don’t have to consciously know what the crystals offer in order to be affected by them?
Or maybe that those rocks can sit in their pockets all week long and not have a single solitary effect on them if they weren’t already lined up with something good happening.
In my fad diet friend’s example, I could say that her vibration obviously shifted when her skepticism turned to wonder, and that’s what allowed good results.
But I’ve had a couple dramatic experiences myself when I was just playing with an LOA exercise that I didn’t really think would do anything (I was just doing it so I could say I did) – and yet it totally rocked my world. In those situations, I suspect it was my lightness and lack of attachment that allowed positive change.
Curious to hear your thoughts on the topic …
Have you ever had the experience of getting results different than you expected? If so, how’d you explain that as a deliberate creator?