Values are what bring distinction to your life. You don't find them, you choose them. And when you do, you're on the path to fulfillment.
Thank you for taking the time to read the article and make a thoughtful comment.
I've been through the training, read all of the reasons from many different authors and coaches as to why it is so difficult to invoke and manifest. My question for you is now that you've learned how to "get rid of any limiting belief and can attract what you want" what is it that you truly want?
Some personal questions that you don't have to answer on this site but to think about. Is your house paid off? If you have children, are all of their college tuitions completely paid for? Are you still working at a job? If so, is that because you'd rather be working there than on a long vacation to your favorite places? Are you driving a brand new (fill in the name of your favorite car here)? Are all your hopes, dreams, and wishes coming true?
Since a dollar and a million dollars are the same to the universe, would it be correct to assume that you have an abundance of wealth? This is what the founders of the law of attraction said was the most important thing to attract.
I appreciate that you have unlocked the key to success and have everything that you have ever dreamed of. You are wealthy beyond belief and live in a house so big that the servant staff and cooking staff get lost trying to find you.
Or, like most people who claim to have found the way to manifest things through the LOA, is it that you truly don't want big things, new things, nice cars, paid off mansions, kids' schools paid for, permanent paid vacations, etc. If you wanted them, you know you could manifest them, you are just not that interested in those things right now. That's the typical response.
I do not claim to have all of those things either. However, I do have most of the things that I described and I managed to attain them through my value-based goals, plans, process-visualizations, and inspired action. I didn't ask the universe for it, you might say that the universe knew, but I was driven to get these things. I didn't act or pretend like I already had them.
College students looking for a job are more likely to get hired faster and get better paying jobs if they visualize how and where they will apply (Farber's Key to Achieve Principles) as compared to visualizing having the perfect job (LOA). Obese women lose weight using process visualization and gain weight using LOA visualization.
In the end, if you are happy believing in a LOA, I am happy for you. If you have convinced yourself that you currently have everything that you want, congratulations! You have arrived. If not, please check out my book, Throw Away Your Vision Board.
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