Even now, a day rarely goes by without one of my Facebook friends reporting the results of “Which member of the Beatles they are” or “Which Oprah quote should be their mantra.”
These quizzes are all in good fun and since good, delightful fun is one of my mantras (I didn’t even need Oprah to help figure that out), I’ve come up with the world’s first Law of Attractions Quiz.
To find out how adept you are at using this all-powerful law of the universe, answer these four questions:
1. Do you believe your thoughts create your reality?
2. Which of the following statements best matches your opening thought most mornings:
3. Which of the following most accurately describes your take on life:
4. The universe is:
Check your score here:
If most of your answers were “A”: You are a powerful creator, constantly using the law of attraction.
If most of your answers were “B”: You are a powerful creator, constantly using the law of attraction.
If most of your answers were “C”: You are a powerful creator, constantly using the law of attraction.
If most of your answers were “D”: You are a powerful creator, constantly using the law of attraction.
If you didn’t even take the quiz: You are a powerful creator, constantly using the law of attraction.
Okay, so it was a trick quiz. And I could have just told you going in: You can’t NOT use the law of attraction. To question whether or not you do is like questioning whether or not you use gravity.
So here are three questions I actually like better:
1. Given the fact that your thoughts, beliefs and expectations play the starring role in your life experience, did you get up this morning and consciously create your day?
2. Did you get up this morning and purposely decide what kind of day you were going to have?
3. If not, what’s stopping you?
Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the just-released sequel, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is Your Full Time Gig.
Enjoy this delightful and inspiring guest post from Pam:
“Defenses are but foolish guardians of mad illusions.”— A Course in Miracles
I have four main intentions: peace of mind, surety of purpose, clear, unmistakable guidance and unceasing joy. I used to keep that last intention to myself. People tended to think it was foolhardy and not at all possible.