Welcome to Love Your Life + Law of Attraction.
Today we’re going to talk about how your attention creates momentum—but not always in the direction you intend.
This episode is perfect for anyone who wants to learn…
- What happens when you try to fix things
- A personal example of carving out more not-working paths
- One of the best pieces of advice you could ever receive
- What happens when you focus on something that bothers you
- Why Abraham says you don’t create what you want
- A question you don’t want to gloss past or over that could change everything
“Give your attention to the things that are working, and the things that aren’t working will begin working. When you try to fix the things that aren’t working, you just carve out more not-working paths. It’s just momentum.” —Abraham
“You can’t focus upon something that bothers you and something that doesn’t bother you at the same time, and in the moment you withdraw your attention from what’s bothering you, your vibration is going to rise.” —Abraham
“Give your attention to what makes you feel good, thereby releasing your attention for what makes you feel bad.” —Abraham
“Continued attention to a problem attracts it into your experience. To remove it from your experience, you must remove your attention from it.” —Abraham
“Don’t try to fix things that feel broken, just focus upon things that give you lightheartedness and joy and ease until you make that your vibrational lifestyle and then see what happens to every relationship in your life experience.” —Abraham
“You don’t create things that you want. You create things that you give your attention to, whether you want them or not.” —Abraham
“You are not here to fix anything, because nothing is broken, but everything is continually changing and expanding. Release your struggle, and seek joy and fun, and in doing so, you will align with the fantastic expanding rhythm of the Universe.” —Abraham
“Savor more; fix less. Laugh more; cry less. Anticipate positively more; anticipate negatively less. Just practice that and watch what happens.” —Abraham
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