Welcome to Love Your Life + Law of Attraction.
Today we’re going to talk about an easy-to-use process to raise your vibration.
This episode is perfect for anyone who wants to learn…
- About something I’m doing these days to get in alignment
- How you can easily know if you are looking for a solution or looking at a problem
- A way to soften your focus on what you want, which then allows the things you have been asking for
- A personal example of me using this process to raise my vibration and release resistance
- How this LoA technique could apply to wanting to reduce your body weight
“When you say ‘I want this thing to happen that hasn’t yet,’ you are not only activating the vibration of your desire, but you are also activating a vibration of the absence of your desire—so nothing changes for you. And often, even when you do not speak the second part of the sentence and you say only, ‘I want this to happen,’ there is an unspoken vibration within you that continues to hold you in a state of not allowing your desire. But when you say, ‘Wouldn’t it be nice if this desire would come to me?’ you achieve a different sort of expectation that is much less resistant in nature. Your question to yourself naturally elicits from you a more positive, expectant response.” —Ask and It Is Given
“Expectation is a focus with a vibration that permits the receiving of what you’re focused upon—and you expect things, both wanted and unwanted.” —Abraham
“The Universe has to give you what you expect and always does, but you have to train yourself into positive expectation.” —Abraham
“Whatever the subject of your desire, there is an orchestration that is being taken care of in response to the Wouldn’t it be nice if…? game that you are playing. So whenever you play this game and you trust that everything else will come into alignment—it will.” —Ask and It Is Given
“Eventually, everything that you want will get to you. The question is, how long is it going to take for you to chill out and just start expecting good things to come?” —Abraham
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