Lawsuits & the Law of Attraction
Today a reader asked whether lawsuits and the law of attraction go together.
Meaning, if we’re conscious about our vibe and know that what we send out is what we get back, is it appropriate to sue somebody?
I liked this question a lot.
Is it possible to file a lawsuit in the vortex? Can you attract good things when you engage a legal battle?
I’d love a simple yes or no answer, but the truth is it depends.
It depends on your vibration and how you feel about that action. It depends on what you’re focused on as you do it.
I believe it’s possible to feel fabulous about taking someone to court, but I would also suggest that’s not how many folks do it.
If suing someone feels good to you, you’re headed in the right direction. (Strange as that may sound.)
If you’re considering legal action, my suggestion is that you take this step first:
Get strongly dialed in on what you want.
On what you REALLY want.
(Hint: it’s always to feel some sort of better.)
Second step: repeat step one.
Then, when you are strongly connected to the idea/vision of what you want, and feeling the feelings that will offer you, it’ll be more clear as to whether a lawsuit is the way to go or not.
If legal action is appropriate, it’ll feel inspired. It’ll feel fabulous. The thought of it will raise your vibe a couple notches.
If it feels like a hassle, a headache, a big fat fight or something that makes you want to sigh and go back to bed, that’s a sign it’s not the best course. For now, anyway.
Because if it doesn’t feel good, it can’t lead to good.
And having said that, I believe there are circumstances under which suing someone could feel really good.
Like, if you were an abused spouse who once and for all takes a stand for him/herself, it’s not hard to imagine that filing for divorce could feel liberating and empowering. I’m just imagining, but I think that’s a realistic possibility.
Or if my county shelter was euthanizing animals illegally and inhumanely, and I believed that all it would take is some public legal action to change things, I think I might possibly be able to sue someone from the vortex. Maybe.
(I am stretching my imagination on that, but it seems possible. I would definitely retain a good LOA coach for the occasion. ha – did you think I was going to say lawyer? Actually, it’d be fab to pick up high vibing legal aid, too.)
If I were focused on animals being treated humanely; people doing their jobs properly; people who cared about what was happening in their community and with our earthling companions – I think I could do it with a good vibe.
Shoot, I broke up in the vortex. Certainly I could go to court in the vortex!
But I also suspect things would get resolved in another way, before it came to that, after I’d done my work of focusing on what I want first.
Let’s hear it from where it matters – the real world. Any of you ever take legal action with a high vibe?
Would love some real life examples and stories if you have any! (Theoretical musings also appreciated.)