I'm Through Chasing After What I Want...
How Can I Attract Good Things and Good People Into My Life?
Date: 6/17/2007 12:38:24 PM ( 14 y ) ... viewed 2147 times
Thanks, Carol Look, for your latest ATTRACTING ABUNDANCE, Issue #40 newsletter. It was timely. Here is an excerpt below:
Stop Chasing and Start Allowing...
What's the difference between these two attitudes? The difference is between being stuck and manifesting...between scarcity and abundance...between failure and success. Many people think the way to attract abundance is through chasing it. This is the vibration they communicate to the Universe...which of course blocks abundance. After following Law of Attraction materials, I hope you recognize that this concept of "chasing" doesn't work! If you chase abundance, it will certainly elude you. Once you turn your energy towards allowing abundance, successes of all kinds will come into your life.
Think of the energetic difference between these two positions. No one chases abundance unless they feel desperate and insecure about money, wealth or other signs of success. When you feel secure and trusting, your vibration will allow abundance into your life through a variety of channels. Check to see and feel where your energy is on this topic. If you feel the need to chase abundance, you will be able to clear this energy easily with EFT, and then raise your vibration so that you allow abundance in rather than chase abundance out!
I really resonate with the above message not so much because I have been chasing after abundance, per se, but I certainly have been guilty of chasing after relationships, more specifically, friendships. Well, that has certainly backfired. For years I haven't been able to attract a tried and true friend if my life depended on it. That was because I was so lonely and so needy and so desperate. It was always the same old story. I meet someone who I instantly connect with, bend over backwards in my attempts at forging a new friendship, only to meet with disappointment yet again. The only type of person I could attract into my life was the one who never had enough time for me, and always waited until I initiated contact with them. The relationship would inevitably wind up being one-sided, with me putting in 90% of the effort. This always made me feel so low - like I need to grovel and prove myself worthy before someone would consider gracing me with their presence.
Of course I now realize that I could only attract what I was putting out to the Universe. Relationships are such great mirrors, aren't they? These past few years have been an exercise in learning to be my own best friend. No one can fill the void for me. No one can make me feel good about myself. It wasn't fair to put that onus on anyone. I know that feeling the need to prove myself worthy of someone's friendship stems from this insidious shame that I have been working so diligently to release. I know that my life is about to change dramatically for the better...I am already seeing the signs. YESSSS!!!
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