When Nothing’s Happening

stoplight.jpgWith lots of new deliberate creators on the scene now (thanks to the Secret, Oprah, etc.), some are finding the Law of Attraction sounds good, but wonder why it doesn’t seem to work for them.

After all, they’re thinking about what they want, made their vision board, repeat their affirmations, and yet nothing happens.

Whereas some people pick this LOA stuff up easily to create quick success, others scratch their heads wondering what’s gone wrong.

For those wondering why nothing’s happening, or if you’re just stuck in one particular area, here are a few tips:

1. Stop wondering what you’re doing wrong. Don’t ask why it’s not working. As you say that, you create that. That question is why it’s not working. That’s your manifesting in action! Can you see it? We’re so powerful that we can create “not working” or “nothing happening” if we choose. Choose something else, huh?

2. “Fine, Jeannette,” you think. “But how do I stop thinking it’s not working when it’s the truth? I mean, nothing’s happening!” Sweeties, stop arguing for nothing happening. Seriously, stop affirming that. It closes the door on the action. You have to ignore reality for a while. As long as you are addicted to seeing and saying “what is,” you cannot create anything other than what already is. Reality is overrated anyway.

3. Start saying “Hey, I’m getting the hang of this.” Or “This is easier than I was making it out to be” or “Things are in the works now.” It doesn’t matter if it doesn’t feel true at first; start speaking the words that give the Universe something to work with. If you repeat this as often as you repeat “It’s not working,” your door is at least half open. And Universe will squeeze something good through that crack. ; )

4. You’ve got to feel good. Good things can’t happen when you feel bad. You know how that vibrational alignment thing works, right? Feel good now – and then good things can swoosh in. Yes, I’m talking about your relationship, your work, your financial situation, your health – whatever might be dragging your “feel good” away. Anything that’s bringing you down is a potential show-stopper. Find a way to feel good now. If you need help, get it (mastermind group, coach, manifesting buddy, etc.).

5. Inspired action is a good idea, too. But it isn’t necessarily what you might think. It’s action that feels good. (See above tip.) It could be a nap, a chat with a friend, brainstorming brilliant ideas in the middle of the night or quitting your job. It isn’t anything that feels like a “supposed to,” “should,” or “have to.”

PS – things really are happening. Maybe you don’t see them yet, but they are. All the right players, resources and opportunities are lining up behind the scenes to give you exactly what you want. As you believe that, you open your door even more. Have a little faith, and that will go a long way toward letting the goods in.

  • July 1, 2007
  • LèVlogüe :) says:

    What. Do. we. Have. Here. another splendid composition belted out by the powers of the Energess. I haven’t read the post yet and I ‘m already getting a good vibe. Power packed and pumping. Reminds me of words like: don’t try to chase me cuz I aint runnin’. If you catch me no problem, but try to take me any where else and yOu’ll have to carry mE!.

  • Good Vibe Coach says:

    Glad it helped, Christy. I’m also glad to hear your attention is squarely on “several exciting things happening”! That’ll just usher in all the more.

    Also nice to hear you’re asking questions of the Universe and letting the answers in. Sounds like you’re up to good stuff!

    Good job, girlfriend!

  • Christy says:

    Great post!
    I am manifesting money and abundance in my life and have had several exciting things happen. This post is very helpful, in fact it is an answer to a question I put out the Universe last night.
    You are are a messenger! Thanks a bunch!!
    Blessings to you!!

  • Good Vibe Coach says:

    It could be. You’ll want to check in on how that “feels” to you. I tend to shy away from “how” questions as well as “making it happen” since I know things work better when I leave that to Universe. But every once in a while it’s exactly that question that spurs me into a better vibe.

    Great question, John. Thanks!

  • Peregrine John says:

    Would a valid (non-detrimental) question along the lines of those listed as unhelpful in #1 and #2 be, “How can I make this happen?”

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