If you’ve been reading the posts on the blog, you’ll know that about 4 years ago due to certain incidents, I decided to change and be a better person. We all know change isn’t easy, but to me, it was the only option at the time.
I used to be extremely rigid, headstrong, opinionated, and a judgemental jerk of a person.
I give most of the credit for my personal growth to my mom, but there were a lot of flaws and obstacles that I never thought I would be able to handle.
Except, not only did I handle them, I kicked their ass, and this was all because I channeled the power of unflinching faith. I built a picture of the kind of person I wanted to be and decided to accept it into my reality. Basically, I acted as if the change had already happened.
Here’s what I love about the law of attraction, it draws its power from two of my favourite things – Hope and Faith.
When I read all the books and heard the interviews, I knew what I had to do, but the problem was implementing it day in and day out regardless of all that’s going on in my life.
I have always had a mind open to energy, guardian angels, and personal vibes. I came to know about the law 5 years ago, but I did absolutely nothing about it.
The two instances I shared were me tapping into the power unconsciously, but consciously I had no awareness of it. I watched the movie. It left no impression on me.
I think there is a right time for things like these and it is always when the universe considers you ready for the power.
In the first two months of 2017, my health suffered a lot. I was constantly sick and just generally, low on energy.
Those two months made me realise that I had to step-up my self-care routine, and I had to fix things on the inside. I started reading books on self-care and, I came across The Secret once again. After my first read, I tried using it to manifest my idea of a healthy life but, sadly nothing worked. I kept at it, but I got no results.
Now, the mistake I made was trying to do everything at once. I was actively forcing myself to be positive even in moments of distress. When the results wouldn’t show up, I would get really upset and for the next few days, I would give up on the whole thing.
So, after a lot of back and forth, I decided to do things slowly and with better understanding. I have become more realistic about the process. I took into account my busy schedule and drafted a list of practices that were doable.