Using Law of Attraction to Rid Cellulite?
Forget world peace and planetary health, let’s use our creative power where it really counts: on those thighs!
I get a lot of emailed questions, but I liked this one in particular.
Partly because I’ve been running into a similar obstacle with something I’ve been trying to get rid of lately.
Which is the recurring thought: “What’s wrong with people?!”
I don’t remember where it started – probably a conversation with someone in animal rescue. (I get tripped up on that subject sometimes.)
And now it’s popping up in all sorts of conversations.
- Senator Weiner tweets inappropriate photos, or
- Arnold cheats on Maria, or
- my brother tells me about his lawn mower appropriated by his ex-wife, or
- Bachelorette Ashley falls for the jerk …
… and there’s that thought again.
Which isn’t a surprise, since that’s how law of attraction works. I held the thought with strong emotion at some point, revisited it a time or two, and now Universe has it on my playlist. “What’s wrong with people?”
(not my proudest manifestation)
I don’t like it and I don’t want any more of it.
Kind of like how many of us feel about cellulite, right?
It’s easy to see where I’m going wrong with my “what’s wrong with people” mantra. Whether we’re battling cellulite or cancer or the IRS or exes with illegally obtained lawn mowers – it’s all the same.
When I resist it, it persists.
I create more cellulite (or other things to dislike about my body) when I loathe it. And when I push against a thought I don’t want, it replicates like rabbits in my mind.
So does that mean I should embrace my love for all that is wrong with people? Well, that would be an improvement to what I’ve been doing – which is trying not to think it.
It’s finally gotten to the point where I burst out laughing when I say it now. (Which is also a step up the vibrational scale – laughter!)
Because “trying” is no match against law of attraction.
If you want something to be gone, whether it’s cellulite or stupid people – here’s what works better:
- make some peace with it
- and then focus on the opposite (or at least something alternative)
I’m practicing this by not beating myself up when I hear myself repeating my “What’s wrong with people” mantra, and then consciously noticing what’s right with folks.
If it’s cellulite you want law of attraction to take away – start by stop making it such a problem.
Soften your thinking about it; let it be a smaller deal.
And then notice what’s RIGHT. With your body, your life, the world, whatever – get your attention on what’s easier to appreciate.
That’s the kind of vibration Universe can deliver you something good with.
Because anytime we do battle with something – whether it’s cellulite or thoughts or drugs or cancer or terrorists or true loves – we lose. And we deliberate creators know too much to play it that way.