Where Is Your Corner of Happiness?
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Where Is Your Corner of Happiness?Understanding the Law of Attraction.
Most people believe, or want to believe, that everything in the Universe responds to their words in the same way that other people around them can sometimes be trained to behave. When you tell someone, “Yes, come to me,” you expect them to come. When you say, “No, go away from me,” you expect them to go. But you live in an attraction-based Universe (an inclusion-based Universe), which simply means there is no such thing as no.
When you give your attention to something wanted and you say, “Yes, come to me,” you include it in your vibration, and the Law of Attraction begins the process of bringing it. But when you look at something unwanted and you say “No, I do not want you—go away!” the Universe brings that, also.
Your attention to it, and therefore your vibrational alignment with it, is what is causing the response—not your words.
And so, as you say, “Perfect health, I seek you… I want you—I bask in the idea of perfect health,” you are attracting health. But as you say, “Sickness, I do not want you,” you are attracting sickness. As you say, “No, no, no,” it is coming closer, closer, closer, because the more you struggle against something that you do not want, the more engulfed in it you become.
People often believe that once they find their perfect mate, or achieve their perfect body weight, or accumulate enough money, then, once and for all, they will also find the happiness that they seek… but nowhere is there a little corner of something where only positive aspects exist. The perfect balance of the Universe says that positive and negative (wanted and unwanted) exists in all particles of the Universe. When you, as the creator, the chooser, the definer, the decider, look for the positive aspect, that becomes what you live—in all aspects of your life. You do not have to wait around for that perfect thing to show itself to you so that you can then have a positive response to it. Instead, you positively train your thoughts and vibrations, and then you become the attractor of it, or the creator of it.
We would encourage you to begin each day with the statement:
Today—no matter where I go, no matter what I am doing, and no matter who I am doing it with—it is my dominant intent to look for what I am wanting to see.
Remember, when you awaken in the morning, you are reborn. While you have slumbered, all attraction has stopped. That sequestering away for a few hours of sleep—where your Consciousness is no longer attracting—gives you a refreshing new beginning. And so, unless you wake up in the morning and begin regurgitating what troubled you the day before, it will not trouble you in your new day, in your new birth, in your new beginning.