This month I have once again embraced the Law of Attraction way of life, and I am living the results right now. It is truly a most amazing feeling, and something that I cannot properly put into words, although I will try. I had spent many years reading about Law of Attraction, watching web seminars and YouTube videos, and training myself to follow the path. My difficulty seemed to be that while I told myself I was open to receiving all the good things that I wanted, and I am brilliant at visualizing my dreams, I was still struggling to allow the results that I craved.
Now, finally, I am beginning to understand how to allow my life to unfold in the way that I want. It is still a challenge, I’ll be honest. I am only human, after all. I am a mother of preschool aged children, I live in close contact with people who battle severe stress and anxiety disorders. I have close family members with serious health problems. It is enough to send anyone a little bit doolally! Using all of these experiences, I have finally begun to work out how to redirect my thoughts and my intentions, so that I can receive what I truly want, and allow those positive experiences to reflect and rub off on the people around me.
This month I have enjoyed every moment with my young daughters, even the tantrums and squabbling that inevitably occurs. I sit gazing at them sometimes, and my four year-old will often ask me what I am doing. They are wonderful girls, intelligent and warmhearted, and I am proud to be their mother. Time with my husband is also beginning to work out again, which has been something of a challenge during the past eighteen months or so. And then there are all the other areas of my life. It is all falling into place: love, relationships, career etc.
And while I am in this place of happiness and joy, I have to share some news about my wonderful sister-in-law, firefighter Helen Green. She was part of the large rescue team that attended the Smiler rollercoaster crash at Alton Towers recently. She never really talks about her work at home, preferring to live life joyously in the face of her often unpleasant experiences. Her attitude alone is worthy of praise, since she never lets her job get the better of her. Now she is being honoured, along with her colleagues, and I take great pride in sharing her story in our local newspaper, and her interview with BBC news.
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