09 Oct Universal Laws – Manifesting For Some Peace
Consider the Universal Laws like this. Say for instance that you are a relatively low self esteemed person. You have very little faith in yourself and the things you’re able to accomplish. The same can be said for what you expect to get out of life versus what you actually want to get out of life.
The two can be completely different things. If you look at this mindset through the glasses of someone who follows the laws of attraction then it’s a simple matter of changing your perspective if you want to change your life.
The negative thoughts that fill a person who has low self esteem, or depression is enough to keep them down for a good long while. For some it even smothers them for their whole lives. They have medicines designed to change a person’s way of thinking. To influence the chemicals in their brains so that they suddenly become happier more productive members of society.
People work for that exact same thing every day of their lives. They drink, they dance, they laugh, they lie, and they do anything and everything to reach that mental standpoint where they can finally say, ‘This is it. This is what I’ve wanted and I’m happy now.’ The problem is that if you truly believe in what the Universal Laws can do for you then all of these desperate attempts to improve your lot in life have been pointless.
You could have gotten more out of the experience if you’d have just stood still for a moment and concentrated on something that you wanted. Not a superficial want either, but an encompassing one. Like the willpower to quite an addiction, or the strength to stay in a relationship, or even the strength to leave one. To ask for all of this, and then to believe and act as if it’s already happened, and finally to open yourself to receive its arrival or manifestation.
The Universal Laws aren’t about receiving replacements it’s about growing the roots needed to create an original piece. It’s the first step in changing your whole life and even if it may not be your cup of tea there’s no ham in looking into it. If anything you’ll get a new insight into the complex workings and concentration that goes into that sort of thing and there’s nothing bad about that. Especially if you’ve exhausted all other options.