Where to Buy a Good Vibe?
If you’ve heard me on any GVU calls lately, you’ve probably caught a whiff of my recent technology challenges.
It’s been one ridiculous thing after another, in particular with my laptop and PC.
(I’ll refrain from elaborating since I’m working on a new story.)
The other day someone asked why I didn’t just get a new computer. I could easily afford it, so why don’t I just solve the problem by investing in new equipment?
If only it were that simple.
If money could buy a better vibration, oh my … what kind of world would that be?! I would love to go shopping at the good vibrations store!
I would pick out a “love my body” vibe, as well as a “technology works fabulous for me” story. I think I might also pick up a “cooperative cats” frequency. And I’d love a “plenty of time” thought pattern to take home.
But the truth is money can’t buy a good vibration.
(Which may be a good thing, since it puts everyone a level playing field.)
No, the only way to get a new vibration is to find it yourself. Money can’t fix it for you.
I have to earn it by focusing on it. I have to choose to give it attention. (Can you believe I think it’s easier to buy it than to simply change my mind?)
But that’s how it is with thought patterns – changing them takes effort. It requires an investment of conscious energy – including choice, commitment and repetition. (I wish I could just buy it from someone!)
That isn’t to say that spending money doesn’t sometimes inspire us to a new vibration (and thus new results). But it’s our vibration that makes the difference – not the money.
Here’s how I know: I already tried buying my way out of this bad vibe. (insert sheepish look here) Last year I bought a new computer to fix my problem, and get this – the new one is even more frustrating than the old one.
A girl might be perplexed about that if she didn’t understand this is just law of attraction at work.
Makes total sense when you think about the energy that was flowing, though. I invested so much energy in my “I hate this computer” story – that of course I couldn’t possibly bring home anything other than something that matches my story. I undoubtedly turned a perfectly good computer into a … well, I won’t call it any names because we’re working on a new relationship now … but my vibration is responsible for what’s happening here. Not Hewlett Packard.
I should have gone through the instant vibe wash machine before I went shopping. That’s the other thing we should have – a vibe wash on every corner. Well, some might argue that we do – they’re called parks, and churches, and gyms, and bookstores. I’m digressing though …
My point is: spending the money doesn’t guarantee you’ll flow a new vibration. Yes, sometimes it gives us a reason to believe things will be different – and that belief can switch things up. But it’s the belief that makes the difference. Not the money.
I think it’s Abraham who says, “Wherever you go, you take your vibration with you.”
It’s worth remembering next time you try to buy your way out of a bad vibe.
What new vibration are you giving yourself today?