Dancing with Law of Attraction
appreciating what is
focusing on what’s next.
We’re told to learn stronger focusing skills, so that we’re looking less at our physical reality and more at what’s in our vortex (vibrational reality).
We’re encouraged to visualize the end result regularly, pivot when we’re thinking contrary thoughts, and to develop a strong familiarity with our “dream come true.”
At the same time we’re told that resisting our current reality is a perfect way to stay stuck in it. So making peace with it, or better yet – learning to appreciate current reality – is a key component of vibrational alignment.
Someone asked me the other day if those weren’t contradictory instructions.
It can sure seem that way sometimes, huh?!
I’ve felt it myself – when it seems like I’ve spent an inordinate amount of time loving my life just as is, that I start to feel a little irresponsible in not giving more attention to the big “vision.”
I can also sense that focusing exclusively on how fabulous life will be when that vision unfolds shortchanges my enjoyment of all the wonderful things in life right now.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Rather than seeing it as a paradox, I see it as a dance:
A dance between loving life now and looking forward to what’s next.
Abraham describes it as “satisfied with what is and eager for more.”
I know from personal experience that practicing even one of these manifesting principles results in more good things. But when we can embrace both – that’s powerful alignment!
Do you have any tips to share about how to love what is while still keeping an eye towards what’s next?
We’d love to hear them!