Welcome to Love Your Life + Law of Attraction.
Today we’re going to talk about whether you’re focused on the problem or the solution.
Here’s my question to you: Do you act as if talking about the problem is necessary to solving the problem? I want to change that—because you can’t stay in the problem and solve the problem.
This episode is perfect for anyone who wants to learn…
- What happens when we get stuck by labeling something a problem and then sitting with it, studying it, and speaking about it
- Why Abraham says “You can’t be in the middle of a life problem without at the same time being in the middle of a life solution.”
- Three tips you can use to focus on the solution, not the problem
- What making peace with your problem has to do with solving it
- Why thinking about your problem a lot—worrying, ruminating, analyzing, overthinking—is not really “working” on your problem
- How to use your emotions if you are unsure whether you’re focused on the problem or the solution
- The big difference between noticing something that you want to be different in your life versus making that something a problem
- Why getting in the same frequency as the solution is the only way to solve problems
“You can’t be in the middle of a life problem without at the same time being in the middle of a life solution.” —Abraham
“The realization that something is not as you want it to be is an important first step, but once you have identified that, the faster you are able to turn your attention in the direction of a solution, the better, because a continuing exploration of the problem will prevent you from finding the solution. The problem is a different vibrational frequency than the solution—and all thoughts (or vibrations) are affected by (or managed by) the Law of Attraction.” —Money, and the Law of Attraction
“If we truly embraced the notion that our thoughts produce tangible effects in our lives, wouldn’t we strive to never let one thought slip by us that we didn’t want to experience? And wouldn’t we focus our attention on what we want, instead of continually obsessing about our problems.” —Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself
“Align your focus with the solution and not with the problem.” —Abraham
“Make peace with your problem by just letting it sit where it is, and in doing so, the solution must show up. But if you keep examining the problem, talking about the problem, measuring the problem, speaking of the problem—you hold yourself in defiance to the solution that would be there if you weren’t doing that.” —Abraham
“Do you know that when you finally let the problem go, the Vortex will take you in and show you the solution? That’s how it works.” —Abraham
“The only way to solve a problem is to look toward the solution. And, when you are looking in the direction of the solution, you always feel an improvement in your emotions.” —Abraham
Don’t look for the solution. Look for the alignment. It will bring the solution.” —Abraham
“Focusing upon a solution brings you positive emotion; focusing upon a problem brings you negative emotion. While the differences are subtle, they are very important, for when you are feeling positive emotion, you are attracting into your experiences that which you want. When you are feeling negative emotions, you are in the process of attracting that which you do not want.” —The Law of Attraction Cards
“Be less intensely focused on the problem or the question, and feel more anticipation of the solution and the answer.” —Abraham
“I am learning that all problems resolve themselves. When you have a problem, a desire exudes forth from you, and Source hears it and answers immediately. Once you remove your attention from the problem, you then allow the solution. Give birth to the question and let it go—and allow the answer to flow.” —The Teachings of Abraham Well-Being Cards
“When you find the solution and line up with it, the problem disappears. —Abraham
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