Using LOA to Pass the Test

using law of attraction to pass the testThis is for those who want to know how to engage law of attraction to make sure they pass the big test.

Whether it’s a driver’s test, a citizenship test, an audition, a college entrance exam, a disease screening, a pregnancy check, school finals, a drug test, or whatever – savvy creators know to put law of attraction on their side when the results matter.

Here’s how to do that:

1. Practice feeling now how you would feel when you get the results you want. Feel the relief, the excitement, the pride or the accomplishment.

Whatever you would feel when you ace this test, activate those feelings now.

2. After that, do whatever feels best to you.

That might be to study or prep, it might be to reschedule, it might be to nap, it might be to go dancing.

Whatever your inspiration is once you line up with the experience of passing the test, your next step is to honor that inner guidance.

Easier than you thought, right? Law of attraction usually is.

For extra credit:

You can also shake off any attachment to results, which I know is easier said than done sometimes, but you can do it when you remember that your well being doesn’t hinge on this result. Really.

Don’t make it a big hairy deal. If your inner gremlin has worked you into a state of anxiety about the situation, just put things in proper perspective and remember that all is always well no matter what.

Also, remember that your worth isn’t dependent on this assessment. You are always complete, whole and perfect as you are. That’s helpful to know.

That’s it.

The reason this process works is because like attracts like. When you’re tense or worried about what might happen, you’re attracting the kind of results you’re not likely to enjoy.

When you practice relaxing beforehand, and listen to those inner whispers and nudges about what you should do next, it allows you a much better shot at getting what you want.

It’s the same process for whatever we want to create that feels important: feel it a done deal first, then honor inspiration.

Now go ace that test! šŸ™‚

  • March 17, 2015
  • Elle says:

    Thank you Jeannette! So, I will keep thinking of working at that great place after I pass the exam, because that is really the goal, the exam is a means to an end. In the meantime, I will learn all I can and HAVE FUN WITH IT AND ENJOY IT, because up until recently all I did was be afraid, complain, dread it and felt stupid, not good feelings at all!
    Feeling good is the prerequisite to manifestation because we are just continuing in that flow. I know, easier said than done, but that is only becasue we were conditioned otherwise, I think this is our true nature because my Inner Being knows it.

  • Jeannette says:

    Yes, lower the stakes by relaxing about the outcome – remember you’re fine no matter what.
    Enjoy the process as much as possible (or at least release anxiety as you’re able).
    And I LOVE the idea of interpreting jitters as excitement! That seems like it would work really well! And it goes perfectly with the wisdom that “fear is just excitement without the breath.”

  • Elle says:

    So, the main thing to do is to feel good throughout the entire process, before, during and after and the result will be good? We must align with the result, right? How to get through jitters? Or, shall we think of it more as excitement? Sounds good.

  • Jeannette says:

    Oh yes, spoken like a savvy creator! Love this, Frank: “… right from the start, I had in mind how it would feel to graduate.”
    Those are wise words to remember to plug in to the FEELING of success – whatever each of us imagines that to be.
    Thank you for adding that to this discussion, Frank! And congrats on completing your advanced degree!

  • Frank says:

    Hello Jeannette,
    Feeling what I want to happen works best for me. My feelings give me immediate feedback as on what thoughts Iā€™m choosing. Recently, I competed an advanced degree in Educational Technology. I began the process by mapping out how many classes I needed, how long it would take to complete, and how much time I would need each week to complete the coursework. All logical thinking but, right from the start, I had in mind how it would feel to graduate! Believe me, there were some late nights on a Friday (my classes met each Friday) after a long days work that it would have been easier to do anything other then go to school. The feeling of graduating and what that would mean to my future kept me on track and gave me a push when I needed it. Focusing on what I wanted to happen kept that vibration all around me and attracted other people into my life that shared the same purpose as me.

  • Jeannette says:

    Really good point, Sabeen! This power can be pointed in the past as well as the future!
    Thanks for chiming in to say so. šŸ™‚

  • Sabeen says:

    This works for after you’ve taken a test too and are waiting for your results! Even if you think you’ve messed it up, if you drop resistance to the results, you can be very pleasantly surprised. I’ve written exams before that I thought I bombed (made lots of mistakes, didn’t finish the whole thing) but after refusing to talk about or think about how I did afterwards, I’ve ended up acing those exams instead. Not just passing, but acing.

  • Jeannette says:

    I know, Janette – a lot of people might think it’s irresponsible to “goof off” when facing a big moment they “should” be prepping for – but anyone who understands the importance of alignment knows not to judge inspiration or the downstream journey.
    Thanks for reading and for commenting, my friend! šŸ™‚

  • Janette says:

    I love this! Especially the piece about dropping attachment to the results. That’s why sometimes a nap is the best possible next action to take.

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