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For those who don’t yet know about the Law of Attraction, it is a universal law. Like the Law of Gravity, it is working whether you know of or understand it or not. The basic premise is this: what you give your focus and attention to, you attract more of. Many people do this unconsciously: they don’t realise how giving their attention to negative things attracts more negativity into their life. But when you do know this, it is possible to change your focus and see amazing results materialise.

How to use LOAHow To Use The Law Of Attraction- The One Minute Guide To Happiness [Kindle Edition]
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Everyone seems to over look this very important step when it comes to the Law Of Attraction.

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Stormy weather – got my dancing shoes on!

Well I have certainly been going through a few storms recently.

I’ve been hesitant to write because I wanted my blog to be full of positive vibes. But I thought, isn’t that being a bit fake? How can I write about life being so wonderful all the time when sometimes it just isn’t?

The purpose of my writing is not about how perfect life always is: it’s about how I handle those tough times. How I recognise when my frequency moves up and down the emotional scales. What I attract into my life by how I focus. And what do I do to adjust myself back into balance. Back into a more positive frame of mind and better-feeling thoughts and emotions.

Over the past few weeks, I think I took on a lot of physical activity that my body hasn’t been used to for a long time. I forget that although my head wants to dance and play and run a marathon, my legs just don’t, and they make it known when I try to overrule them.

Then I received news about some hospital tests I had being less than favourable. I started worrying of course. The worry took me to a place of panic. And then to add to it, my house got burgled.

I really felt that I was stuck in a downward spiral that was sucking me down faster and faster. My relaxation and meditation strategies took a back seat. I let life get too busy. I become overwhelmed. And after the burglary happened I spiralled down further into anger, an emotion I really haven’t felt for a long time.

Of course I recognised the pattern, as I described earlier in Emotion Devotion, and knew I had to stop this decline.

meditate20minsI tried to listen to some of my usual guided meditations on my ipod, but found it difficult to switch off the worrying thoughts in my head. Then the sun came out after several weeks of rainy weather, so I took myself out into the garden with my Kindle to read. However, I got very little reading done. I found myself distracted. I looked up to the clear blue sky and noticed the patterns the trail of the aeroplanes had made across the sky. Two of them formed a X shape and I imagined this was a sign from the Universe giving me a kiss and saying ‘Everything is OK’. I thought about all the planes passing overhead (luckily too high up for me to be disturbed by engine noise), and appreciated how easy it is for me to be on one of them flying away to some glorious holiday. I listened to the beautiful birdsong, and enjoyed watching the birds flying to and from the feeders I had filled up with food. I noticed the new buds on the young fruit trees I had planted last year. I appreciated the warmth of the sun on my face and arms, and appreciated how the sun and the slight breeze were drying the laundry I had hung out. I enjoyed listening to my neighbour’s little granddaughter singing and laughing. I spent more than an hour just basking and noticing everything wonderful around me.

I became completely mindful of how, right there, right at that very moment, life was perfect. I had more than I needed and everything I wanted. I know that when I am mindful and ‘in the moment’, everything is always working out ok. I have no worry or stress, just peace and calm.

When you become mindful and calm, your brain naturally goes into an alpha state, which is the state you are aiming to achieve in meditation. I realised that, for me, at that time, doing a specific meditation exercise felt like I was trying too hard. It felt like I was saying “C’mon inner peace, I haven’t got all day!”. However, by getting myself out in nature, and becoming mindful of the beauty around me and everything around me to appreciate, this just naturally took me into alpha, there was no effort required, no resistance to push against.

Many people think of meditation as it used to be defined: sitting cross-legged, eyes closed, chanting ‘om’. However, meditation can now be defined as anything that calms your mind, and enable you to stop or change your thought patterns. It can be the traditional Buddhism-style meditation if you wish. It can also be focussing on your favourite soft music, or watching children or animals playing. It can be becoming lost in the creation of art. Whatever you can give your full attention and feels good, whatever recharges your batteries.

When I thought later on about those things I had been worrying about, I could do it from a different perspective. It felt like the high charge had been removed. I have to go for further appointments at the hospital, but I am appreciating that I have access to an excellent Health Service that will help take care of my body. On the subject of the burglary, I am thankful that I was safe (as I was in bed asleep during it). While they took my purse and jewellery, a few bits of which were precious to me, there were lots of my possessions around which they did not take. I felt that as my energy frequency is quite high as a rule, but just experiencing a minor dip, the loss was not as bad as it could have been. I even thought about my earlier post about two travelling angels, and considered how I would rather it happen to me than perhaps one of my elderly neighbours, who may be less able to cope emotionally.

I also listened to several of the speakers in the Hay House Summit, which I wrote about earlier. So much inspiration to enjoy. I took lots of notes of some of them too, so will probably write about those in future posts.

When I want to feel better, I go to see the quacks!
When I want to feel better, I go to see the quacks!

Since then, for the last week or so, I have made a point of getting myself out to the local parks, and just sitting doing the same as I did in my garden. I have taken along a journal to write down my mindful thoughts and appreciations. I have enjoyed watching the baby ducks and cygnets getting bigger, healthier and stronger every day, being nurtured by their parents. I appreciate the people who stop to let me pet their dogs and have a lovely chat.

I can feel my energy increasing every day, and I am thankful for some challenges that make the getting back into balance feel sooooo delicious 😀

I’m hungry … but it’s not about the food

IamhungryI’m hungry for real love, not crumbs I try to call a meal.
I’m hungry for relationships where respect is the cornerstone of connection.
I’m hungry to be in relationships that don’t require me to dim my bright light in order to be offered a seat at the table.
I’m hungry to have my gift and talents truly appreciated by those I work with.
I’m hungry to not need to dumb myself down so that others feel smart.
I’m hungry to be beautiful and sexy and not a Barbie doll for a man.
I’m hungry to have a partner who doesn’t feel like a predator.
I’m hungry for passion and great sex that is worthy of my mind, body and spirit.
I’m hungry to not have to play small when my spirit and dreams are big.
I’m hungry to be brave and not let fear drive my life.
I’m hungry for an undivided self, soul, life, love and relationship.
I’m hungry to know that I am loved, and irrevocably a child of God.
I’m hungry to be ME.

This is an excerpt from Hungry: The Truth about Being Full by Dr Robin L. Smith. After suffering an horrendous series of life events, and then noticing she was beginning to develop an obsession with food, Dr Robin just had to pull over her car on her way to a party one night, and grabbed a pen and paper. These words just flowed out and birthed the book.

Then came the realisation that the food issue was not the underlying need: it was just what she thought would ‘fill her up’ when in reality it never could.

How many of us turn to other things to fill us up, or try to remove or numb the need? Food, alcohol, drugs (including prescribed medications). They will not solve our problems: only looking within to identify our real needs, and then taking steps to fulfill ourselves will help.

I felt I could really relate to Dr Robin when she spoke about how the events that led to her disabling conditions felt like she had been put in ‘time out’ because she wouldn’t do that for herself, wouldn’t slow down and listen to the lessons and messages of life. Too busy to take time to fulfill her own needs.

I had never heard of Dr Robin L. Smith before today. As I expected, the Hay House World Summit has provided me with a new treasure, a golden nugget, that will help me to finely tune my life into something even more magnificent. It’s not too late to register for the Hay House World Summit and hear Dr Robin’s full interview but be quick 😀

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FREE – The Hay House World Summit 2013

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It is FREE to register and listen to the audios online. There are 110 speakers over the course of 10 days, and audios are available for 24 hours. You can choose to purchase the series if you wish. However you will get so much from even a few free interviews that inspire you to choose to listen to them.

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Of course it kicks off with the great lady herself, Louise Hay. Louise Hay’s You Can Heal Your Life was one of my breakthrough resources at the beginning of my journey to wellness, and for that I will be eternally grateful.

Some of the amazing speakers during this event are:

Dr. Wayne W. Dyer – I Can See Clearly Now

Esther Hicks – The Evolution of the Law of Attraction

Anita Moorjani – The Healing Power of Unconditional Love

Christiane Northrup, M.D. – Emotions and Health: The Crucial Connection

Nick Ortner – The Tapping Solution: A Breakthrough Method for Personal Growth

Doreen Virtue – Listening to Your Angels

Ali Campbell – How to Make Big Changes in Your Life Fast

Arielle Ford – How to Embrace a More Playful Relationship

Jessica Ortner – Emotions, Tapping, and Weight Loss

David R. Hamilton, Ph.D. – How Your Mind Can Heal Your Body

Barbara Carrellas – Sex + Spirit = Ecstasy

Suze Orman – Your Relationship with Your Money Begins with Your Relationship with Yourself

davidji – Meditation and Mindfulness

Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. – How to Live in Heaven on Earth

Iyanla Vanzant – Faith, Forgiveness, and What It Means to Heal

Dawson Church, Ph.D. – The Effects of Childhood Emotional Trauma on Health

John Edward – Facts and Fiction of the Spirit World

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